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Time:0h20
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Nice 'n' Simple
Crafts
Jewelry MakingYarn Craft

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Växjö, Kronoberg County, se
2010
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Cute bracelets

These bracelets are fast, easy and pretty fun to make :)

Instructions

  1. How to make a wrapped bangle. Bracelet - Step 1 1

    Start by measuring your wrist to decide how big you want to make your bracelet. Then cut off the piece of rope you need.

  2. How to make a wrapped bangle. Bracelet - Step 2 2

    Tie the yarn to one end of the rope.

  3. How to make a wrapped bangle. Bracelet - Step 3 3

    Then start wrapping the yarn around the rope.

  4. How to make a wrapped bangle. Bracelet - Step 4 4

    Continiue twisting the yarn 'til there are a couple of centimetres left of the rope. Put some glue on the top and wrap the rest of it.

  5. How to make a wrapped bangle. Bracelet - Step 5 5

    Now the end should look something like this.




  6. How to make a wrapped bangle. Bracelet - Step 6 6

    While the glue is drying for a moment you can make this little braid which will function as a piece of the "lock". I usually make mine about 3-4 centimetres.

  7. How to make a wrapped bangle. Bracelet - Step 7 7

    Then add some glue to the other end and place the braid in a loop on it. Then twist yarn around the top.

  8. How to make a wrapped bangle. Bracelet - Step 8 8

    Sew a button to the opposit end and...

  9. How to make a wrapped bangle. Bracelet - Step 9 9

    Voila, done :)

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Comments

wool
wool

love it tho it took me a while to realise it was a bracelet and not a choker lol.

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Francine M.
Francine M.

Ahhhh, I see the tutorial, very cool! Must try this soon! I am much more interested in fiber jewelry, as it doesn't hurt me so much as the metal seems to now.

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Francine M.
Francine M.

This is REALLY COOL! What did you use as a base? Cord? I am just really impressed with them, they are very simple and tribal.

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LEENA B.
LEENA B. · Kolkata, West Bengal, in

just love it

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Blue Teapot
Blue Teapot · Clonmel, Tipperary, ie

I really love the buttons you used :)

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Lisa <3
Lisa <3 · La Cañada Flintridge, California, us · 4 projects

Ouch, all the winding of the yarn made me dizzy, but totally worth it! Thanks for the awesome how-to!

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Victoria B.
Victoria B. · Nashville, Tennessee, us · 1 project

that is amazing! I love home made bracelets. They're so charming c:

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Alexandria B.
Alexandria B. · Gillette, Wyoming, us · 9 projects

Awesome :)

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Alexandria B.
Alexandria B. · Gillette, Wyoming, us · 9 projects

Awesome :)

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