Artisan Mrs. Violanta D’souza from Goa makes the two-strand bracelet using crisscrosses. Initially, seed beads are bought. The required length of thread for the bracelet is taken. Thread is inserted in the needle, and double strands of thread are taken for each side using a different needle. On one end of the bracelet, both side strands are tied together to the clasp. Later one by one, approximately ten beads are inserted through the needle on the left side of the bracelet (thread). Likewise, the other (right) side of the bracelet (thread) also follows the same pattern. When the strand set is ready, these strands are got together, and the beads are inserted in a crisscrossing manner. Thus, forming a pattern of a small circle. Further, the same pattern is carried throughout repeatedly. At the end of the bracelet is the hook tied. And in every small circular pattern that is formed in the bracelet is decorated with the artificial diamond by sticking them in-between the two strands of the bracelet or sometimes even they (diamonds) are tied to both the strands together. Thus, the bracelet making process gets completed, and the beaded bracelet is kept ready for sale.