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Learn to make friendship bracelets! Get different thread, tape, and a friend to give it to.
First, you'll need to choose your colors. Pick three. They should be cut to be wrapped around you wrist three times.
Tie another half knot. This is called a square knot.
Take the loop off your finger and tape it to a surface. This will keep it stable.
Pick which color you want first. Hold it in your right hand and the other two in your left hand.
Lay down the two and put the one over them. Then pull your chosen color between itself and the two.
Pull the loop all the way up to the tape/square knot.
Repeat steps 5 and 6 about 7 times.
Now pick your next color and do 5-7.
Do 5-8 until you have a half inch to an inch left on ALL strings.
Take off the tape now!
Now to make it a circle. Remember that loop? Well, tie a square knot with your loose string to that loop.
Now, give it to you friend! Easy, right?
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