Thick Friendship Bracelet

comments (9) September 24th, 2012 in gallery     

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step 1: prepare the head end of friendship bracelet

There is double-knot friendship bracelet pattern which emphasizes the color scheme involved in this creation and lack novel designs; while the tutorial about how to make thick friendship bracelets brings about this kind of thick bracelets which have sufficient space for ideal weaving patterns.

For how to make thick friendship bracelets what do you need?

Thick flosses in rainbow colors, adhesive tape, scissors and a large Pandora bead

step 1: prepare the head end of friendship bracelet

First, snip sufficient lengths of flosses in your favorite colors, suppose you want 7 colors as rainbow shows, you should prepare 14 flosses, each two in one color and align them in order;

Second, make a round knot at top part of the flosses;

step 2: weave the thick friendship bracelet

First, loop 1 around 2 and pull 1 up out of the loop to finish the first stitch;

Second, continue the rest stitches from the leftist side to rightest side to finish the first row;

Third, repeat the row building, and weave the whole friendship bracelet;

step 3: end the thick friendship bracelet project

First, stop where you desire to, and tie a firm knot there;

Second, thread your large bead onto the tail and make an end knot.

So the tutorial how to make thick friendship bracelets has finished its mission and helped you to create a personalized friendship bracelet; similarly you can make some changes, like design the patterns to be V and W shapes.

Pattern or design used: My own design - Thick Friendship Bracelet
posted in: gallery, bracelet, wire, alternative

Comments (9)

paulmennon writes: Amazing Use of Colors
Posted: 1:07 am on October 18th
Robzikshi writes: Great one
Posted: 2:05 am on May 21st
FannieMay writes: Why bring back O-levels when dance still isn't a compulsory part of science! But how can we expect things to improve whilst China are still in Tibet!
Posted: 1:19 am on May 18th
shabbokamli writes: Mind Blowing
Posted: 2:10 am on April 30th
GThomson writes: Good One
Posted: 4:04 am on April 29th
emiliaPrager writes: wowwwwwwwwwwww
Posted: 1:42 am on April 27th
Marieeb writes: nice color combination
Posted: 3:06 am on April 25th
Christio writes: very awesome
Posted: 12:47 am on April 25th
Pocillovy writes: amazing work
Posted: 5:11 am on April 24th
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