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Colorful and trendy bracelets
Thread wrapped rope bracelets. Add some jump rings for a more modern and updated look!

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  • How to make a wrapped bangle. Thread Wrapped Bracelets - Step 1
    Step 1

    Start by cutting a 6″ piece of trim, or long enough to wrap around your wrist. Tape one end of embroidery thread to one end of the trim. Wrap the embroidery thread around the rope trim.

  • How to make a wrapped bangle. Thread Wrapped Bracelets - Step 2
    Step 2

    When you reach the end of the rope, tape the thread to the rope and cut off the excess thread. If you want to add a second color, tie a knot wherever you want that color to start. Wrap tightly around.

  • How to make a wrapped bangle. Thread Wrapped Bracelets - Step 3
    Step 3

    Check to make sure the second color is relatively even when you bend the bracelet in half. Tie a knot to finish the second color. Secure the knot with a dab of glue.

  • How to make a wrapped bangle. Thread Wrapped Bracelets - Step 4
    Step 4

    If your jump rings slide over your rope you can easily add them to your bracelet. If they don’t, open your jump rings and add them one by one.

  • How to make a wrapped bangle. Thread Wrapped Bracelets - Step 5
    Step 5

    Add as many or as few jump rings as you’d like.

  • How to make a wrapped bangle. Thread Wrapped Bracelets - Step 6
    Step 6

    Add a dab of glue to the insides of the end cap. Place one end cap on each end of the bracelet. On one end, add a jump ring and fastener.

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Karthika J.
Karthika J. · Tindivanam, Tamil Nadu, IN
where can get those materials?
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Karthika J.
Karthika J. · Tindivanam, Tamil Nadu, IN
where to get those materials
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