You will need
- Leather suede cord (I used about 15-20 cm but my wrists are thin)
- A pair of scissors
- Glue (optional)
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Step 1: Length of Leather
Wrap a length of cord tightly around your wrist and hold the spot where it meets with the first end.
Step 2: Tying the Knot
First, loosely tie an overhand knot at the spot your fingers should be marking.
Then, take the right end (it should be the end you didn't measure around your wrist) and thread it underneath the loop.
Pull tight. With a bit of luck, it should look like that.
Step 3: Tie a Sliding Knot
You need to do this on both sides. If you don't get it, you can always do some research! (Google 'sliding knot', or you can search Instructables for instructions)
(This is the link to Fathom77's instructable: https://www.instructables.com/id/Reverse-Sliding-Knot-for-Bracelets/)
Step 4: Securing the Knots
You can use some glue to secure the knots, but with suede leather, there really is no need.
Tie it on your wrist, and you've finished!