HoliDIYS: Friendship Bracelet

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Introduction: HoliDIYS: Friendship Bracelet

Hello! This will be the first tutorial in my HoliDIYS series. This is where I will show you DIY crafts until December 24. I hope you enjoy this series and let me know if there is anything in particular that you would like to see.

Step 1: Supplies

1.) yarn
2.) tape or clip
3.) a surface to work on.
4.) charm and jump ring (optional)

Step 2:

Tie two pieces of yarn together.

Step 3:

Tape the ends to something. a clipboard, the floor, or a chair are some of the things you can use.

Step 4:

Time to start the knot! Take the left string and make a "4" shape by crossing it over the other color and pulling it under. You will see a small knot form if you have done it correctly.

Step 5:

Now you will do almost the same thing. Take he string on the right and make a backwards four and pull it through the bottom. You will start to see this interesting design appear. Continue doing this and alternating right and left strands.

Step 6:

Keep going and it should look like this. If you do not want to add charms, you can stop right here.

Step 7:

Charm time! Add one.....or a ton! This is an optional step but I think it looks so cute when you add them

Step 8:

Enjoy your finished bracelet!!!

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    4 Discussions

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    mclare50
    mclare50

    7 years ago

    Thank you!! I just had foot surgery so I won't be on for a while but I will definitely make more xx

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    aqua 12
    aqua 12

    7 years ago

    Make more instructables! I love your ideas!;)

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    mclare50
    mclare50

    7 years ago

    Thanks so much!! Send me a pic when you do xx

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    aqua 12
    aqua 12

    7 years ago

    That's so pretty I'm gonna try this!;)

    -aqua12