How to Make a Knotted Bracelet

This bracelet is quite simple once you've got the hang of it. I made several, each one with a different colour combination. Mix and match however you like. Hope you'll enjoy!

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How to Make a Knotted Bracelet
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Grab supplies

Grab supplies

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Measure your two colours of yarn and make sure they are, each, 2 feet long (One loop on a 12 inch ruler.)

Measure your two colours of yarn and make sure they are, each, 2 feet long (One loop on a 12 inch ruler.)

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Choose which colour is going to be on the outside. In my bracelet, the blue is going on the outside so I am measuring it at 3 feet (Two loops on a 1 foot ruler.) This is the base yarn.

Choose which colour is going to be on the outside. In my bracelet, the blue is going on the outside so I am measuring it at 3 feet (Two loops on a 1 foot ruler.) This is the base yarn.

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Tie your two (2ft Yarn Pieces) together.*Sorry for the blur!*

Tie your two (2ft Yarn Pieces) together.*Sorry for the blur!*

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Then dab some glue on the knot and let it dry.*Again sorry for the blur!*

Then dab some glue on the knot and let it dry.*Again sorry for the blur!*

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Fold your base (4ft) yarn in half. Tape the looped end down or attach it to your clipboard and then tape the other end down.

Fold your base (4ft) yarn in half. Tape the looped end down or attach it to your clipboard and then tape the other end down.

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Once your knotted yarn has dried, trim off the extra on the top. After that, put it in between your base yarn.

Once your knotted yarn has dried, trim off the extra on the top. After that, put it in between your base yarn.

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Green = Inside Portion(1)-Blue = Outside Portion(2). You will always be working with the inside yarn first. Loop 1 creating a C form.

Green = Inside Portion(1)-Blue = Outside Portion(2). You will always be working with the inside yarn first. Loop 1 creating a C form.

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Loop 2 in a C form, over lapping 1.

Loop 2 in a C form, over lapping 1.

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Here is the video on the next steps. If you cannot see what I'm doing, continue. I will have pictures showing you.

Here is the video on the next steps. If you cannot see what I'm doing, continue. I will have pictures showing you.

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Loop 1.*Remember, you're always starting with 1 first*

Loop 1.*Remember, you're always starting with 1 first*

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Loop 2

Loop 2

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Put 2 under the base yarn and into loop 1. Look closely. *Sorry for the blur*

Put 2 under the base yarn and into loop 1. Look closely. *Sorry for the blur*

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Pull both strings.

Pull both strings.

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You should get this knot. (This is actually 2 knots. The first knot I did in the video.)

You should get this knot. (This is actually 2 knots. The first knot I did in the video.)

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This is how 10 knots look.

This is how 10 knots look.

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Video of the process. You might be overwhelmed on how quick I'm doing it. Don't worry, it just takes practice. I failed the first time I made one of these.

Video of the process. You might be overwhelmed on how quick I'm doing it. Don't worry, it just takes practice. I failed the first time I made one of these.

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Once you have made it as long as you want it (Your wrist length) glue the last knot.

Once you have made it as long as you want it (Your wrist length) glue the last knot.

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Trim off the extra yarn and tie a knot in the remaining base yarn.

Trim off the extra yarn and tie a knot in the remaining base yarn.

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Glue that too.

Glue that too.

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Trim off that extra base yarn and this should be the final product. To attach to your wrist, pull the bottom notch/knot through the loop at the top.

Trim off that extra base yarn and this should be the final product. To attach to your wrist, pull the bottom notch/knot through the loop at the top.

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And that's it! You now have a bracelet you can show off to your friends :) Or make some more for them.

And that's it! You now have a bracelet you can show off to your friends :) Or make some more for them.

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