Introduction: Pin Magnet
This is handy for someone that sews or the crafter a bracelet to keep your needles or pins handy. I don't have the bracelet done yet, but I will update this instructable once I have it finished.
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Step 1: Get a Magnet
Use a small round magnet. In this example I used a 1” in diameter magnet.
Step 2: Get Your Sugru Ready
Use Sugru to first cover the magnet. I chose red, but get creative by mixing some colors. Make it yours.
Step 3: Make Some Sugru Snakes
Then I fashioned some ‘loops’ by rolling out a ‘snake’ or rope of Sugru.
Step 4: Attach Loops
Attach it to one end of the magnet, and then make another one to attach to the other side. T
Step 5: Cover Sides
Cover the two sides with Sugru, by rolling it into a ball and then flattening it out.
Step 6: Attach It to a Bracelet
After it cures for 24 hours use some yarn, twine, or maybe even paracord to fashion a bracelet for the magnet. Again, get creative and make a nice bracelet. In an effort to save time I just used a slip knot to tie some yarn onto one end. Put the other end of the yarn through the other loop and tied a knot in the loose end. This way the knot would not slip through the hole when I placed on my wrist. Once on my wrist I pulled the string tight and tucked under yarn.