Friendship Bracelet

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Friendship Bracelet

What you need

Embroidery thread in various colors
Scissors
Piece of cardboard




Instructions

Using a piece of a cardboard box or the back of a notebook, make a board to hold your thread.

Cut half-inch slits along the bottom of the cardboard and one at the top of the cardboard in the middle.

Take 4 threads of equal length (about 18 inches) and tie them together at the top.

You can make your bracelet wider by using more threads.

Place the knot through the slit at the top of the cardboard and place each individual thread in the slits at the bottom of the cardboard.

The order that you line up your thread is the order in which they will appear in the bracelet.

Start with the thread furthest to the left, place it over the thread next to it in the shape of a “4”.

Then, bring it under that thread and pull it through. Do this twice.

Continue making the “4”-shaped knot over the rest of the threads until the thread that was originally on the left is now on the right.

Now repeat the steps above, always starting with the first string on the left.

Remember to leave enough extra thread so that you can tie it.

When you’re done, you can wear it around your wrist.

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Comments

  1. I have made these before and they come out awesome. I really recommend this project

  2. i love making these so much, but a pic would b helpful 4 people who’ve never done it before

  3. Instructions are confusing

  4. maxine@:D says:

    this is called ”the candy stripe” and is just diagonal stripes of coloures.

  5. coooolllllll!!!!!!

  6. nt cool .

  7. picture would be helpful

  8. soundss awesommme butt a picture of it wouldd be good so i dnt thinkk im gonna botha to do it but thanks anyway

  9. Lil' Miss Craftyness says:

    I love making these! thanks for sharing!

  10. Sounds really cool but i don’t get how to do it, lol… Can anyone explain in detail how to make the four knot thing over the thread to the right? Thanks :P

  11. It sound neat. I do like it when there are pictures though.

  12. I’d like to see some pics of the process, and not to mention the finished product lol… But overall looks awesome, think I’m gonna make them with the little girl that I mentor, think she’ll enjoy it as much as I am, haha.

  13. boo

  14. it it good

  15. This is a wicked idea if anyone who is reading this you r goin have haps of fun makin this braclet.

  16. cool and easy

  17. i would like to see some pictures so i know what they look like

  18. Is this also known as Friendship Band? Do you have picture instruction on how to make with beads in between?

  19. this braclet is call croshey. very easy to do and looks great! This is for beginners.

  20. this is the best craft like ever!

  21. silver fox says:

    It is cool….

  22. oh and i forgot to rate it lol.

  23. haha my friend taught me how to make this and she probably got it from here since i got this website from her. this made me laugh because im wearing one right now. they are great friendship braclets, easy to make as long as you know how lol.

  24. It really really needs pictures! I can not stress it enough! Other than that though, really good!

  25. needa pic badly….tho really cool

  26. liked it but difficult 2 understand.n plz put some pics 2 show the process.

  27. Love it!!!!!!!!!!!!

  28. needs a pic pplz. sounds cool tho

  29. i liked it, and i submitted it!

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