Step 1: What Do You Need
- three colours of yarn
- basic bangles
- a little bit of wire (5 cm/ 2inches will be more than enough)
Step 2: Cut the Yarn
Step 3: Knotting and Starting to Weave
Then, take the other bracelet and start weaving the yarn between the two bangles, going under and over and under and over (or look at the pictures)
Now there are two options:
- continue like this for a while and go to step five
- look at the other technique for this, explained in step four and THEN go to step five
Step 4: The Other Technique
Make sure the side of the yarn you are working with is turned up (You can turn the bangle)
Then, from the hand at the same side as the already woven part, take your thumb and put it under the yarn (or: put the yarn over your thumb)
Let the threads go between the two bangles, just make sure to keep them in the right order. Next, pull the yarn through the bangle and remove your thumb. Now you can pull it tight.
Step 5: Work Away the Beginning
First of all, remove the knot.
Then, weave the beginning like you did with the other side of the bracelet, but put glue underneath the thread.
For the last part, apply a large amount of glue, put the yarn in it and cut the yarn.
Step 6: Keep Weaving
When there are a few centimeters left, go to step 7.
Step 7: Glue. Again.
You may find it difficult to get the yarn through the bangles, since the space between there has become a bit smal.
Here is where the wire can help you. Take the piece and bend it into a U.
You can use it as shown in the picures.
At the last spot left of the bangles, put glue, a LOT of glue. Cut the yarn when it is at the inside of the bangle, just as with the beginning.
This will give the bangle a much better finished look.
Step 8: It's Finished :D
You have made your very own bangle, using two bangles (sounds pretty weird actually)
I hope you liked this project :)