A easy yarn bracelet How-To. I used Red Heart Kids yarn in Sherbert. Also a coat hanger with the metal clamps makes for an easy weaving tool!
Cut your string. You'll want 3 pieces a bit longer than you want the bracelet and one piece maybe 4-5 times longer. The 3 pieces I'll call the base strings. The other piece will be the weaving string.
Tie the base strings together at one end and make sure you leave a nice amount on the non-weaving side. You'll need it later down the road.
Take your weaving string and fold it in two. Take the looped end and make a knot in it.
Tie it to the bottom of the base string's knot.
Hook your bracelet into a hanger with clips. I find this the easier way to do it. Let the clip clamp onto the big knot.
I hook the hanger to my toe to weave. Take the base strings and hold them between your fingers. Use the other hand for the weaving string.
Weave the weaving string in and out through the base strings.
After so long push the weaved string to the top of the base strings.
Tighten the pushed string around the base strings.
Continue these weaving steps until you are at the end of the bracelet.
Knot the loose end.
You'll also want to knot the weaving string or else it's come undone. I like to do it at the base of the closing knot and triple knot it.
Now on one end you will take that extra yarn that's hanging and make a loop of it followed by a knot.
Pull the other end of loose strings through the loop and place it on your arm for measurement.
Knot up the loose ends to finish your bracelet. Trim off any extra yarn.