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  • jimmychakarji commented on jimmychakarji's instructable Double Rainbow Bracelet 1 year ago
    Double Rainbow Bracelet

    I'm glad you asked. I edited Step 3. Hope it helps. Thanks!

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  • jimmychakarji commented on jimmychakarji's instructable Double Rainbow Bracelet 1 year ago
    Double Rainbow Bracelet

    'm glad you asked. I edited this step. Hope this helps. Thanks!Once you have tied 2 bracelets, we are gonna add 6 colored cords (rainbow)By adding the 6 colored cords (rainbow) we are at the same time joining both 2 bracelets together, because rainbow colors go from one side of the left bracelet, throught the middle of both, to the other side of the right bracelet; I see it at bracelets that go from twins conjoined twins, from 2 to 1We are killing 2 birds in one shot so to speak lol, adding colored cords (rainbow) automatically joins both bracelets together (Hope this makes sense) We are using the same technique I used on my previous rainbow bracelet tutorial, but this time colored cords go through 2 bracelets not 1I've drawn an arrow to show you the direction the colored cords must goL...

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    'm glad you asked. I edited this step. Hope this helps. Thanks!Once you have tied 2 bracelets, we are gonna add 6 colored cords (rainbow)By adding the 6 colored cords (rainbow) we are at the same time joining both 2 bracelets together, because rainbow colors go from one side of the left bracelet, throught the middle of both, to the other side of the right bracelet; I see it at bracelets that go from twins conjoined twins, from 2 to 1We are killing 2 birds in one shot so to speak lol, adding colored cords (rainbow) automatically joins both bracelets together (Hope this makes sense) We are using the same technique I used on my previous rainbow bracelet tutorial, but this time colored cords go through 2 bracelets not 1I've drawn an arrow to show you the direction the colored cords must goLook at the images specially the one where I add the yellow cord Remember we have to follow rainbow natural color orderTop to bottom: Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Purple. Bottom to top: Purple, Blue, Green, Yellow, Orange, Red.I recommend starting with yellow which is the color that goes in the center of the bracelet. There are 6 colors. Yellow is number 3- middle. Work your way up and down. Use your tweezers to pull those colored cords

    'm glad you asked. re-edited this step. Hope this helps. Thanks!Once you have tied 2 bracelets, we are gonna add 6 colored cords (rainbow)By adding the 6 colored cords (rainbow) we are at the same time joining both 2 bracelets together, because rainbow colors go from one side of the left bracelet, throught the middle of both, to the other side of the right bracelet; I see them as bracelets that go from twins conjoined twins, from 2 to 1We are killing 2 birds in one shot so to speak lol, adding colored cords (rainbow) automatically joins both bracelets together (Hope this makes sense) We are using the same technique I used on my previous rainbow bracelet tutorial, but this time colored cords go through 2 bracelets not 1I've drawn an arrow to show you the direction the colored cords must ...

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    'm glad you asked. re-edited this step. Hope this helps. Thanks!Once you have tied 2 bracelets, we are gonna add 6 colored cords (rainbow)By adding the 6 colored cords (rainbow) we are at the same time joining both 2 bracelets together, because rainbow colors go from one side of the left bracelet, throught the middle of both, to the other side of the right bracelet; I see them as bracelets that go from twins conjoined twins, from 2 to 1We are killing 2 birds in one shot so to speak lol, adding colored cords (rainbow) automatically joins both bracelets together (Hope this makes sense) We are using the same technique I used on my previous rainbow bracelet tutorial, but this time colored cords go through 2 bracelets not 1I've drawn an arrow to show you the direction the colored cords must goLook at the images specially the one where I add the yellow cord Remember we have to follow rainbow natural color orderTop to bottom: Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Purple. Bottom to top: Purple, Blue, Green, Yellow, Orange, Red.I recommend starting with yellow which is the color that goes in the center of the bracelet. There are 6 colors. Yellow is number 3- middle. Work your way up and down. Use your tweezers to pull those colored cords

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