Oh, THAT'S how that works!
How to make an adjustable knot (for bracelets, necklaces, etc)
flossy bangle (video)
DIY - Chevron friendship bracelet tutorial
ain link bracelets, with colorful threads woven through them, have been popping up here and there. We adore Aurèlie Bidermann‘s Do Brazil bracelets and thought it was about time we graduate to the ultimate “grown-up” friendship bracelet. With a curb chain bracelet and some embroidery thread, we’ll teach you how to make your own woven chain bracelet. And one for your bestie too, of course.
Friendship bracelets were a quintessential part of my childhood summers. Thinking of making one with all my extra embroidery thread for kicks.
I could do this! Well. No, I couldn't. I don't have any of those bracelets, a crochet hook that small or ... I'm guessing it's embroidery thread. But I have the skills to do this!
These 'dream catcher' bracelets are a colorful way to brighten any outfit. These are simple to duplicate; the band being a simple square 'macrame' knot, use circular object for 'catcher', and embroidery thread.
The Punch Bracelets are fun embroidery thread bracelets done up in fantastic wild colors. This bracelet is a *must have* addition to your arm party! This listing is for "The Ellie" - one large silver chain bracelet with braided embroidery thread detailing. The bracelet measures just over 7.0 inches long (not including the end tassels). The "Ellie" colors are a mix of neon yellow, cerulean blue, lavender, lime green, pink, purple, yellow, white, black, neon red, light lime
used this book to do a VERY fun craft with the teens. This necklace on the cover with hexagon nuts. and colored embroidery thread. Next time I think we're going to try hardware bracelets
To create, make two friendship bracelets out of embroidery thread or re-invent existing friendship bracelets using a needle and thread to sew onto a hoop earring.
pretty bracelets - plastic bottle string of cheap "pearls" found at any craft/fabric store Embroidery thread (I used the thick, 1 strand crewel thread) scissors tape
This is a fun and easy way to make bracelets from embroidery thread. AND it uses no batteries!
Chevron Friendship Bracelets with embroidery thread
Stylish Bracelets Made From Cardboard + Embroidery Thread
Tutorial, leather cord with color embroidery thread bracelets
Make your own simple color block bracelets with embroidery thread. No knotting required.
The Mayfair Bracelets are fun embroidery thread bracelets done up in gorgeous colors on thick mini chunky chain. This bracelet is a *must have* addition to your arm party! This listing is for "The Willow" - one mini chunky chain bracelet with braided craft thread detailing. The bracelet measures just over 7.0 inches long (not including the end tassels). The "Willow" colors are a mix of cerulean blue
Beautiful Multi-colored and teal bangle bracelets with embroidery thread wrapped around them. Adult size bangles. Great Quality!! This is the spring/summer fashion tread of the year! If you would prefer to have a pink or purple bangle instead of a teal one just message me and I can switch them out.$7.50+FREE SHIPPING
I was making bracelets last Saturday and needed to thread some crimping beads onto embroidery floss. I used a threader to help slide the crimps on but probably ended up wearing out the threader. How perfectly timed that instructions for making your own threader surface right when I need it!
DIY watch. no tutorial, but from the pictures it's easy to do. i used to make "friendship bracelets" all the time! all you need is some embroidery thread and an old (or new!) watch. make whatever design and color with the thread and tada, a funky DIY watch that no one else will have.
spread the love: heart pattern friendship bracelets June 21st, 2011 § 39 Comments Growing up, I spent countless hours making colorful friendship bracelets. Their resurgence prompted me to rediscover this summer pastime. Here are instructions for one of my favorite patterns – hearts! You will need embroidery thread in two colors. Measure the thread using twice the length of your arm (from your fingertips to your shoulder and then back to your fingertips) for each string. Cut it. Do t...