Tuesday, March 5, 2013


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To make this bracelet, you will need:
-18 Gauge Wire
-Jewelry Tools
-String of any sort, embroidery, yarn, whatevs.
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Shape your wire into a heart.
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Twist the ends together and snip off the ends.
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Loop a piece of string (about 20 inches long) around one side of the heart.
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Take another piece of string (about 2 ft. long) and place it behind both strands.
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Make a knot with the string around the two strands.
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Tighten the knot and push it to the top.
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Make a four shape with the left string.
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Place the right string over top the left string and under the two strands, then back through the loop on the left side.
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Tighten the knot. Repeat in the other direction and then over and over again until you have about 2 inches of knots. You may need a longer strand, depending on your wrist size. Repeat on both sides of the heart.
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Shape the strands into a bracelet, placing the loose ends side by side. Take a loose string and tie it around the loose strands.
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Tie the same knots you did earlier back and forth 5 or 6 times. This allows for an adjustable bracelet.
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Tie knots in each set of two strings, then cut off the extra string. 
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Wear it!


  1. Replies
    1. exactly:) it's lovely


  2. LOVE this. I have been wanting to make bracelets with some random charms I have from old necklaces and can't figure how to do this whole knot thing. Thanks for the tutorial though.

  3. That's so cute! Instead of gauge wire, is it possible to use just regular, steel wire?

  4. It should work with anytype of wireee as long as its bendablee! :D
    Hopee i helped <3