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Step 1: Supplies

You need any chord of your choosing, I used braiding chord cause that what I had available and when ever I make a chorded bracelet, I always use braiding chord Lol
-But you need chord of your choosing
-And scissors

Step 2: Setup

When you chosen your chord, cut the chord to a good length, cause it's either be safe than sorry. So I cut my chord and separated them, only have to use 2 colors.
once done fold the string in half to find the middle and tie a simple knot at the top to hold them together.
Like so in the pictures above

If you found out how to use more than 2, HMU I'll be interested in other versions of this bracelet!

Step 3: Starting

When starting, setup the chord like how I did in the picture, with 2 in the middle and 1 on each side.
When that's done, start off with either side of your choosing, I started on my right hand side, which is the black and tied a simple knot around the 2 string I the middle like so in the picture, repeat it and do the same thing on the other side but opposite like so in the pictures and your knots should look like how I have mine in the picture.

Step 4: Continuing

Once you have that done, you basically work your way down the chord till you reach your desired length and it should look like mine as you work your way down.

Step 5: Ending

When you reach the end, or your desired length, you would want to tie a regular not like how you did at the top.
BUT!! If your stings ended up short like mine and to difficult to tie the knot, follow my pictures on how to tie it off.
What I basically did, is that I used the 2 middle string and tied that simple knot around the 2 stings on the side, like so in the picture.
When done, cut off the excess string that u tired around and make a ending knot, a knot pretty big to put through the top loop to hold it together when you wear it.

Step 6: COMPLETED!!

Now that your done, you can give it to your friends or wear it yourself!!

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Thanks for viewing my tutorial! That Ka and have a awesome day!!
<p>Nice, I made it!</p>
<p>Its cute dear......I like it.</p><p>I am starting to make it now.</p>
<p>I made it but its not as good as yours. I looking bad. :(</p>
<p>Adding this to my list.....I have a lot of time on my hands and this should help me keep my fingers flexible.</p>
That's great to hear!! I'm glad you like it!! I'll be posting more Braceletes in the future!!
<p>thanks so much for the tutorial! I love this simple knot because the bracelets look so good. My bracelet collection has doubled in size since I have discovered this knot lol</p>
Yea, it's a cobra weave, if you go on my profile, and go on my tutorials on how to make a pAracord bracelet, it's basically doing the same thing! But I'll still post a tutorial for yall!
<p>best</p>
I am definitely going to give this a go. how did you do the gray and white one in the last picture?
It's a cobra weave. You can find plenty of designs like it on Google.
Lol it used to be navy blue and white, it's just I had it one for a long time, I can make a tutorial about it in the future
it looks cool, would Def make that one too.
It still looks good so far, when I made the bracelete I didn't have anybody to give it to, so I'm wearing it Lol
I am using hemp and yarn for my bracelet. Sadly, I have no friends.

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