Okay, from left to right: I don’t know where I was going with this first one. The second is cool, as a toggle for a bar and toggle clasp, as the bar fits in the dents in the ends, and there’s also a dent for the attachment part of the bar. BUT, this deforms where you would attach it to the bracelet with very little pulling. It would work if I had beaded this over rigid metal, but the right angle weave isn’t stiff enough, even built up. The third is the bar — see how it would blend right in with the center of the double-ended arrows? The fourth is another attempt at a toggle. This one works, adding the cross-bracing makes it structurally sound enough. However, the attachment from the toggle to the bracelet has to be longer than half the length of the toggle. This means a looong gap between that side of the clasp and the bracelet. I could structure it somehow so that the toggle’s attachment is underneath the bracelet, but that would mean restructuring one of the double-ended arrows. The final one is a pocket for the tab above it; now I’m trying to blend the clasp in with the large acrylic beads. This doesn’t have enough structure either; the tab just comes out of that floppy pocket.
I think I have one that will work. I need to build another of the double-ended arrows, and then I’ll try attaching it.