This are the four questions.
What Did You Make?:
I made a Turk's Head Bracelet. It's is good for storing extra rope that is easy to reach. The only tools and materials I used were my hands and some rope.
How Did You Make It?:
It's a knot. To make it, you tie some rope. Once you get the hang of it, it's pretty easy. The reason I made this, was because some of my friends and I plan do a project for an arts fest this summer, and this one is perfect.
Where Did You Make It?:
I made the bracelet in my bedroom, on a comfy chair.
What Did You Learn?:
I learned that it is really easy to make bracelets, footlets (bracelets for ankles), etc with rope. Beforehand, whenever I tried to tie something, I ended up tied to a table or wrapped in a cocoon of rope (not a good experience). I also learned that I could make an instructable.
I want to give credit to Jan Brett and her webpage that originally taught me how to make the Turk's Head Bracelet.
Step 1: Gather Materials
6-7 Feet of Rope
1 Piece of Tape
A Plastic Bottle to Wrap the Rope around (preferably something similar to the size of your wrist)
Your Hands (Hopefully, this is obvious)