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Prepare the Materials: 8 mm Natural blue Chalcedony Bead X1 NO.72a 233 Green cords 0.5 meters NO.72a 523 Gold yellow cords 1 meters Others:Scissor, Measuring tapes ,lighter
Cut the 1 m yellow cord into equal piece. Then gather three cords together and tie an overhand knot from the middle place. Please note to put the ...
Thread the blue chalcedony bead on the green cord. Tie an overhand knot again. Pay attention to keep the pattern of two overhand knots the same.
Start to braid bracelet from one side by using the flat knot. Stop braiding when the length is approx half of your finger’s circumference. Then trim the excess ...
(Click here to see the flat knot instruction).
Take a cut yellow cord, gather the green cords together with flat knot. (As shown in the picture)
Pull the ends of green cords gently and then you get a round ring. Of course, the excess cords should be trim off, and the tails of cord ...
Author's Note: You can replace the cords and beads of the braided rings with any color and bead else as you wish, so that you can create many ...
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