DIY Braided Hex Nut Bracelet

We’re nuts for nuts. Is there a more versatile and inexpensive DIY component than a hex nut from the hardware store? You can imagine our excitement when we first discovered Philip Crangi’s Giles & Brother Hex Collection. Honestly, nuts braided into jewelry is WTF genius! With a few items that we always seem to have lying around, we tackled the technique and made our own spine-like braided hex nut wrap bracelet.

You’ll need:

Gather the 3 strands of twine and tie a knot at the top, leaving about 2 inches of slack. Start braiding. At about an inch of the way down, you’ll begin braiding in the nuts. Before you braid the far left strand over the middle strand, thread on a nut, push it against the base of the braid, and crossover. Depending on the thickness of the twine, you can wrap tape around the bottom tips to prevent the twine from fraying. (Click images to enlarge)

Keep your thumb at the base of the braid, holding the nut in its place. Before you braid the far right strand over the middle, thread on another nut, push it against the base of the braid and crossover. Again, hold your thumb tightly against the base of the braid, keeping the nuts in place. Thread another nut onto the far left piece and crossover.

Repeat the steps, by threading the rest of the nuts to the outer pieces of twine before they are crossed over. Thread, cross, thread, cross. Finish the bracelet with another inch of braided twine and a knot.

The bracelet should wrap around your wrist at least two or three times. Trim it to your liking.

Good luck!!

(top image from here, rest of images by Honestly…WTF)

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761 Comments

  1. wonderful!!! looks so chic!

    2.22.11
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  2. Nina Oliva wrote:

    Thanks fot your amazing DIYs! can’t wait to try this one!

    2.22.11
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  3. Jess wrote:

    Wow…that´s really cool! Thanx for sharing!!

    http://www.LIVINGandFASHION.blogspot.com

    2.22.11
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  4. Jessie wrote:

    what a great bracelet. does not seem like a hard task to make either!

    http://www.wordbyjessie.com

    http://www.bloglovin.com/en/blog/2039498/word-by-jessie

    xxjj

    2.22.11
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  5. geneva wrote:

    LOVVEEEEEE. so amazing! xxxx

    2.22.11
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  6. calla wrote:
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  7. Kaila wrote:

    LOVE this!!!

    I love Philip Crangi’s collections! They are great!!

    xo
    http://cestclassique.blogspot.com/

    2.22.11
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  8. Woow! This is amazing! I found this via A Pair and A Spare blog and def in love!

    Dita

    2.22.11
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  9. Absolutely love this idea. Will definitely be doing it soon!

    http://www.fashionablecollections.blogspot.com

    2.22.11
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  10. LOVE LOVE LOVE this. Thanks for sharing.

    2.22.11
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  11. mika wrote:

    woah this is pretty ingenious. i’ll try it out this weekend!

    2.22.11
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  12. Love all the hardware turned into jewelry DIYs. Including you bracelet. Very cute!

    2.22.11
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  13. i want to try this ASAP!! thanks for sharing.

    2.22.11
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  14. Another amazing diy from you ladies!! I’m about to start the friendship bracelet diy.

    2.22.11
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  15. Yes!! I too am obsessed with using hardware bits (I just posted a DIY using bits to decorate my plant pot). This bracelet is perfect. Perfect!!!

    2.22.11
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  16. sarah wrote:

    This is genius! LOVE the use of an unusual material with the serious hardware.
    I recently posted a braided DIY chain necklace tutorial, not the same, but a similar idea for anyone who may be interested, click on the link.
    http://huntgatherfashion.com/2011/02/16/diy-braided-chain-necklace.

    2.22.11
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  17. SO FAB!!! I love it!

    2.22.11
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  18. Madison wrote:

    SO cute! I can’t wait to make these!

    http://rebellefleur713.blogspot.com/

    2.22.11
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  19. Jacqueline wrote:

    Very cool. Now I must go raid the boyfriend’s tool box!

    2.22.11
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  20. Adalita wrote:

    Oh this is great – I think I could do this. Especially that you have instructions via illustrations! It would go great with the winter military look.

    2.22.11
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  21. Vanessa wrote:

    GENIUS!

    2.22.11
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  22. Vanessa wrote:

    I’m thinking….go giant = belt!

    2.22.11
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    • erica wrote:

      So glad you guys like it! And Vanessa, a belt would be FANTASTIC!!! 😉

      2.22.11
  23. PSbyDila wrote:

    Wow, it´s so gorgeous! I´m going to try this once.

    blog.PSbyDila.com

    2.22.11
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  24. anne wrote:

    Wonderful!!! I’m going to try this as soon as I can! Thanks!

    2.22.11
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  25. SOOOO COOL! I know what I’m doing this weekend… 🙂

    2.22.11
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  26. christina wrote:

    wow! that’s pretty awesome. I guess I should get my butt to the hardware store 🙂

    2.22.11
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  27. {gemmifer} wrote:

    You’ve made me SO happy with this DIY! I’ve been wanting to figure out a way to make one of these myself, but you’ve done the legwork for me. I have a batch of small hex nuts that have been waiting and dreaming of becoming part of this bracelet; now their dreams will come true 😉

    Thank you thank you thank you!

    2.22.11
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  28. Trix wrote:

    I love this project! Thanks so much for sharing. Now, to go look for stray nuts lying around the house 😀

    2.22.11
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  29. lauraline wrote:

    i just made this :]
    its not quite as pretty or neat as yours but i love it!
    thanks so much for the idea & tutorial!

    2.23.11
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  30. So beautiful! I’m already headed to the hardware store, why not pick up one more thing? 🙂

    2.23.11
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  31. Luiza wrote:

    Awesome! Can’t wait to get my hands on some hex nuts!

    2.23.11
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  32. What an awesome DIY! I’ve been looking for a fun craft for a girl’s night and this is perfect!

    2.23.11
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  33. Rose wrote:

    I am pretty obsessed with these tutorials. They’re the best!!!

    2.23.11
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  34. Kujaku wrote:

    Really nice. I’d like to make the original necklace version now. Looks like you could even reproduce the chain part at the end with some pull chain from the same hardware store and a larger jewelry clasp.

    2.23.11
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  35. 1129design wrote:

    great idea, thank you, I shared it (with link to your original post) on my blog at http://1129designorecchinigioielli.blogspot.com/2011/02/hardware-times-tutorial-braccialetto.html
    if you mind the sharing please let me know and I’ll cancel it asap
    best
    nicoletta

    2.24.11
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  36. elisa wrote:

    great idea…it looks so beautiful!

    2.24.11
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  37. Nika wrote:

    Oh my, this tutorial / diy is the best I have seen in my life. Have to make it for summer. With coral or mint.

    And I also shared it with slovenian readers on my blog http://cvetlicnilonec.blogspot.com/ (and also – if you mind, I can delete it, though I did put a link of your page on my blog and atributed the photos, hope it is ok).

    2.24.11
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  38. kend wrote:

    i have got to try this. it looks really great.

    2.24.11
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  39. Samantha wrote:

    Love this! I’ll definitely have to try this!

    -Samantha

    http://thisfashionista.blogspot.com

    2.25.11
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  40. Sarah wrote:

    Holy Crap this is amazing! I am running out to the hardware store now for the materials!

    2.25.11
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  41. Michelle wrote:

    I love this. I am terrible at arts and crafts but I actually think I could do this.

    2.25.11
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  42. Kelly wrote:

    oh la la….me likely! I’m going to try this this weekend as the bf is away! weeeeeeeeee

    2.25.11
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  43. Melissa wrote:

    awesome diy, I am def gonna try this soon.

    http://lavie-amonavis.blogspot.com

    2.25.11
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  44. Sarah wrote:

    So cool! Thanks~

    2.25.11
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  45. Lois Opoku wrote:

    I’M excited to try this out! Love it 😀

    2.26.11
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  46. This rocks, I can’t wait to make these with my friends. I re posted on my blog this week! Thank you! http://www.mintagehome.blogspot.com

    2.26.11
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  47. Nadia wrote:

    Ah, zo leuk! ik ga dat ook een keertje maken.

    2.26.11
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  48. Michelle wrote:

    This is frickin’ fantastic. Thank you for sharing.

    x
    Michelle
    http://www.michellesstylefile.blogspot.com

    2.26.11
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  49. How amazingly clever! And I can’t believe all you need is a few bolts and and rope! Definitely comparable to Philip Crangi’s one 🙂
    Awesome posts! Keep up the good work

    http://www.thefinishing-school.com

    2.26.11
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  50. Suzy wrote:

    Saw this post this morning and I went on a mission this afternoon to look for all the materials! I JUST finished making mine and it’s adorable! My sister was so impressed and loved it, so my next task is to make her one as well. I’ll show you how it came out on my blog! Thanks so much for showing me how to do it step by step. You’re amazing!

    -Suzy

    http://www.suzyful.com

    2.26.11
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  51. Amy wrote:

    Amazingly beautiful! I went to get some today 🙂 Thank you for sharing!

    2.26.11
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  52. Jackie wrote:

    Can’t wait to try this! But how did you end it? Tie a knot?

    Thanks for the inspiration!

    2.27.11
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    • erica wrote:

      Hey Jackie, yes, tie a knot to finish like you did to start!

      2.27.11
  53. This is pure freaking genius!

    2.28.11
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  54. Hi there, thanks for sharing this tutorial. We loved it so much we’ve put a link to it on our blog http://www.polkadotlighthouseuk.blogspot.com/ along with a few other rope-related tutorials. Thanks again! Carla and Olga

    2.28.11
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  55. Chloe wrote:

    What a FAB Idea I want to tryyyy it so bad!!!!!

    2.28.11
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  56. Jodi wrote:

    This is gorgeous! What a fun craft project.

    2.28.11
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  57. doroffee wrote:

    I’m si glad I found this post through I blog I follow… this bracelet looks gorgeous, and still, it’s so easy to make (even for someone like me with 2 left hands :D)! Thanks! 🙂

    2.28.11
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  58. Suzy wrote:

    The result! I’m in love. Thanks again =)

    http://suzyful.com/2011/02/28/diy-hex-nut-leather-bracelet/

    2.28.11
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  59. Helen wrote:

    So effective and so simple, i’ll be showing mine off around and about London town for sure!

    2.28.11
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  60. Miss B. wrote:

    So cool!

    2.28.11
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  61. Genevieve wrote:

    Absolutely brillant- will definitely be trying this!

    2.28.11
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  62. Leonie wrote:

    FABULOUS !!!!

    3.1.11
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  63. Fantastic! Definitely going to raid the garage and try to make one for myself!

    3.1.11
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  64. Tang wrote:

    Thanks for this amazing DIY! Just made mine and it turned out great!!

    3.1.11
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  65. Rachel wrote:

    Love this tutorial! What type of twine did you use? All I have was jute twine. What specific type of twine did you use to make this?

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  66. nini wrote:
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  67. FashionCat wrote:

    I tryed your DIY and postet my result! Thanks for the Idea!

    http://firstfashioncat.blogspot.com/2011/03/diy-armband.html

    3.2.11
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  68. aminascats wrote:

    I tried this out as a necklace! It turned out really cool and my sister loved it as a birthday present 🙂

    http://ofcatsandcrafts.blogspot.com/2011/03/braided-hex-nut-necklace.html

    3.2.11
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  69. JEN RAMOS wrote:

    Neat!! I like the first one featured looks so pretty! :))))

    3.2.11
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  70. danielle wrote:

    this is pure, unadulterated genius. thank you for such a wonderful idea, i’m off to the hardware store first chance i get. 🙂

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  71. Maria Soto wrote:

    LOVE IT!!!!

    3.3.11
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  72. Saw this post through a Braziliam blog that I follow.

    Loved the creativity! I will give it a try!

    Thank you so much for sharing.

    Mila.

    3.3.11
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  73. shannon wrote:

    Just made it, and absolutely love it!!! , thanks for the most , top notch!!

    3.3.11
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  74. Monika wrote:

    I`m really inspired:)

    3.4.11
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  75. Beth wrote:

    Made the bracelet today! Had to go back to hardware store to get more nuts for more bracelets for friends! Guys at store saw my bracelet and were amazed! Offered to sell them at the hardware store if I make them! Keep up the great diy projects! Love em!!!!

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  76. Lydia wrote:

    Just made this! Best DIY ever! So easy and it looks amazing! I used black hemp cording with brass nuts and it looks badass!

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  77. Nitdia wrote:

    Great idea! Posted here

    3.6.11
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  78. janet wrote:

    I love this bracelet and just finished making one! I did find it a little tricky at first but once you get the feel of it, it gets easier. One tweak I would make to the directions is the measurements. I have really small wrists and following the directions exactly as they are given above, I couldn’t even close the bracelet around my wrist once. So I upped the initial braiding part to two inches, added all 18 of the hex nuts and then (because I did want it to wrap around my wrist twice) I just continued braiding almost all the way down the rest of the string until I reached the length that I wanted. I think its also useful to add that the size of hex nuts really does matter. I used a size 6 and I think anything over a 10 might be too loose. Thanks for the idea! 🙂

    3.7.11
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  79. Jodi wrote:

    Loved! Loved! this idea. Made it this weekend. My husband thinks it is totally cool. P.S. He usually doesn’t particularly comment about my craft project. Thanks!

    3.7.11
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  80. dennissa wrote:

    i really really want to make this! 😀 its SOOO cool!

    3.7.11
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  81. beadinggem wrote:

    I will never look at hex nuts the same way again! Thanks for the tutorial – I will feature/link to it in a future blog post so others can come visit! Pearl

    3.8.11
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  82. ethel deitz wrote:

    Can you tell us where the silver and crystal bracelet is from. The one next to todays diy project. I bought a bracelet yesterday that is so similar but I don’t know anything about it – I bought it at a consignment shop! would love to know more about it. ethel

    3.11.11
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    • erica wrote:

      Ethel, the crystal bracelet is from JCrew and the skull cuff is Rue22

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  83. brittany wrote:

    i love this so much. think the string i have is too thin. or the nuts are too big.
    What size are these hex nuts?

    3.11.11
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    • erica wrote:

      Brittany, the hex nuts we used #6-32 brass hex nuts a 1mm diameter twine. You can also use a size up #8-32, depending on the thickness of your twine/string.

      3.12.11
  84. susannah wrote:

    i loved the original so much that i am dying the twine to match (still in the process, so we’ll see how it goes)!
    one question: how do you fasten it? just tie the two ends together?

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  85. anabelu wrote:

    Hello!! This is fantastic idea!! Is beutiful, original and elegant! 🙂

    3.13.11
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  86. Angela wrote:

    Thank you!!! I made mine with leather and a hook and it looks amazing!! I’ve already made one for my friend and she loved it. Wish I could post a pic of it…You girls rock!!!

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  87. Amanda wrote:

    Thanks so much for this amazing DIY! I made one and posted about mine on my blog, amandasphotogarden.blogspot.com. I also referenced your blog in my post. Check it out! http://amandasphotogarden.blogspot.com/2011/03/diy-hex-nut-bracelet.html

    thanks again!

    -Amanda
    amandasphotogarden.blogspot.com

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  88. Ezgi wrote:

    I love itt!! I’m so trying it today 🙂 thanks 4 sharing

    http://glitteringsecrets.blogspot.com/

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  89. Jessica wrote:

    I absolutely love this DIY! Thank you so much for sharing. I made my own with a few adjustments and added some charms. http://fashion-edit.tumblr.com/post/4026025000/diy-braided-hex-nut-bracelet

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  90. Julietta wrote:

    So going to the hardware store today! 🙂 ♥

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  91. Dana wrote:

    I’ve been trying to figure out a way to make a DIY jewelry holder…thinking mesh/wire, picture frame, etc would work but I need some tips!!

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  92. Barret wrote:

    Now i look at things and think “That looks like a WTF DIY waiting to happen!”. You ladies have definitely raised the bar on making your own fashions. Saw this and thought of you guys…

    http://www.jcrew.com/womens_feature/NewArrivals/accessories/PRDOVR~48363/48363.jsp?srcCode=AFFI00001&siteId=J84DHJLQkR4-xS*dXnZ5KNdV2SRkCwpjIw

    Figured you guys could make a version just like it if not better!

    Barret

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  93. Yolanda wrote:

    Love, love , love, I have mines in two tones of brown

    Thanks a lot, beautiful diy

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  94. Theda wrote:

    can you tell me, how you close it? There is a normal bend, isn’t it?

    3.25.11
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    • erica wrote:

      Theda, you can close it the same way you started it: with a braid and a knot. Good luck!

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  95. Claire wrote:

    I tried this. It came out wonderfully, but I have one suggestion: use small hex nuts. The ones I used were kind of medium-sized and it turned out loose. I’m not sure if it’s supposed to do that, but I like it anyways 🙂

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  96. Clarity wrote:

    Wow. That’s beautiful and unique.

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  97. shannon wrote:

    My daughter found this DIY and sent it to me. My husband and I made a team project out of it. He was pretty helpful at the hardware store. I ended up using light weight Veneitan blind cord because the twine seemed too scratchy (before I saw the suggestion to use butcher string). The bracelet turned out VERY cool. Not sure how it fastens either, but I will keep watching this site for suggesions. THANKS!

    3.27.11
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    • erica wrote:

      Shannon, way to be resourceful with the Venetian blind cord! The bracelet fastens by just double knotting the ends together onto your wrist like a friendship bracelet. xx

      3.28.11
  98. Nicole wrote:

    Can the rope be switched out for ribbon?

    3.27.11
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    • erica wrote:

      Nicole, as long as its not too wide, I’m sure ribbon would work. It’s worth a try! xx

      3.28.11
  99. Ashley wrote:

    It’s awesome! But its really heavy–when you go to the hardware store, but the smallest nuts possible!

    3.28.11
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  100. Greta wrote:

    I want let you know that I made this DIY! THANK YOU SO MUCH for all your information about it!

    here’s the link for see the final result : http://fashionsofa.blogspot.com/2011/04/diy-2-done.html#comments

    hope to see your comments 😀 Thank you for do this awesome DIY , you rock Honestly.. WTF!

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  101. Star wrote:

    I tried it, I think it came out kinda cute…
    For the closure I just looped in a circle clasp…
    The post is here—->http://believe4lovebelieve4life.blogspot.com/2011/04/diy-hex-nut-bracelet.html

    Thanks so much Honestly…Wtf! You Rock!

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  102. Claire wrote:

    Thank you so much for this DIY tutorial. I am a rower and hex nuts are my life. Everything is held together with hex nuts. It is so cool to turn an ordinary piece of metal that I use everyday into a edgy bracelet. Thank you so much for the idea and keep on creating amazing DIY ideas.

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  103. Kristi wrote:

    This is so silly, but I keep struggling with this. Has anybody done a quick video of them braiding a few in, that they’d be willing to share? I figure you keep just passing over the outsides, without a twist in between, but somehow I keep messing it up.

    Thanks WTF-DIY, this looks like such a cool project…I’m loving all your tutorials! Can’t wait to see what you do next.

    4.13.11
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  104. Kristi wrote:

    Never mind guys, figured it out! I think my twine was just too thin for the size nuts I had, though I had chosen the smallest at my hardware store. But I just had to be extra careful to keep things tight, so the nuts didn’t flip over under loose strands.

    My place didn’t have the nicely finished brass nuts, they have a slight coppery sheen to them. But they look nice and a little rough against the twine. I’d like it to be longer, or to use thicker twine, like the awesome pictures in the tutorial. But I think it turned out pretty good!

    http://img860.imageshack.us/i/photoon20110414at1500.jpg/

    I just crossed the knots under after doubling up…I played with slip knots, but this works better. Can’t wait to play with adding colored twine!

    Thanks again!

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  105. sellam çok zarıf olmuş

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  106. I just did it! AMMMMMMazing.

    I’m in love,
    thank you
    thank you.

    Check out my post:
    http://lovelyuglydesign.blogspot.com/2011/04/no-058-diy-honestly-wtf-genius.html

    xo Jessica Rae
    http://www.lovelyuglydesign.blogspot.com

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  107. Leah wrote:

    This is awesome! Thank you so much for sharing. I’m definitely going to make one or 2 for myself. 🙂
    xoxo
    Leah

    4.19.11
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  108. Daughter wrote:

    mommy this is so cool thankyou for sending me this attachment i will try to do this later.:-) LOVE U

    4.20.11
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  109. Fee wrote:

    Fantastic tutorial! I now have a pretty baracelet to wear on my Birthday!
    I blogged about my experience making the bracelet here…
    http://burnt-feather.blogspot.com/2011/04/brass-hex-nut-bracelet-diy.html
    With a few more tips as well 🙂

    4.27.11
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  110. mariel wrote:

    what a marvelous tutorial! can’t wait to try it out now that summer break is here 😉

    4.28.11
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  111. Anna M. wrote:

    Cool, what a great idea.

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  112. Ooh. 🙂 Made this today! Super easy and it looks SO rad.

    5.5.11
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  113. kittyvoodoo wrote:

    I’m about to start this one now!

    5.13.11
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  114. I am going to the hardware store today! Can’t wait to make a few of these

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  115. Kathryn wrote:

    Just made my first. So simple! I have a feeling I’ll be making loads more…

    5.20.11
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  116. Catie wrote:

    Washer bracelet

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  117. Lauren wrote:

    Can anyone tell me where I can find the other bracelet in the photo, the one with oversized rhinestones??

    5.29.11
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    • erica wrote:

      @Lauren, the bracelet is from JCrew.

      5.30.11
  118. Mariana D wrote:

    Hi! I’m just now trying this DIY! I need to start over again because the braid kept twisting! If only I had 3 hands! It’s a lovely project, though, thanks for posting it!

    5.31.11
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  119. Reesie wrote:

    So i happened to be on kickstarter.com looking for cool projects to support and I came across a project for a jewelry line that looked so freaking familiar. And it hit me that I saw the diy on your site. Does HWTF have any affiliation with this? Check it out. http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1706804268/swab-and-bearing-jewelry Love you blog by the way!

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  120. Drea wrote:

    GENIUS!!!!!!!

    6.21.11
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  121. KaraM wrote:

    Me and the girls are sitting here making the bracelet. We are having a hard time with finishing it! How do you tie it? We love the idea, but our ties are so bulky. Any ideas?

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  122. Great DIY! We love playing around with hardware!

    http://fashionindie.com/

    6.27.11
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  123. Aina wrote:

    Thanks for the DIY! So amazing! Im definitely doing this!

    Keep up the great work! Also, come visit my blog if you’d like!

    Smiles,
    Aina

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  124. Citlalli wrote:

    This project is amazing, along with all of your DIYs.
    I found this bracelet retailing for 125.00 dollars and i thought you might be interested in doing a DIY for it! it looks so simple!
    http://www.gilesandbrother.com/collections/summer-2011/products/leather-rope-bracelet

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  125. Mo wrote:

    I finally got around to making mine. Just wondering how you guys are making a closure? I closed mine by passing a knot through a loop. Any other ideas out there?

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  126. I love the bracelet; I’m going to make it and feature it on my blog. Thanks for the idea!

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  127. tess wrote:

    love this! it turned out so so well 🙂 just a suggestion, it’s a lot easier to make if you hold your threaded nut steady and tight with a bobby pin, while you thread your next nut. solves the lack-of-three-hand conundrum.

    7.15.11
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  128. Cassie wrote:

    I made one! i wish i had seen tess’s comment about using a bobby pin to hold the nut on before i did… i tried using a clippy sort of thing but it was too large. i totally underestimated the “dexterity” you mentioned needing, haha.
    my hardware store didn’t have bronze nuts, only silver and this weird greenish gold color, so i bought the silver ones and spray painted them gold. worked like a charm! i wish i had bought more so I could have made a necklace.

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  129. Made a few of these yesterday. They turned out great. Thanks!
    Jordana

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  130. Svenja wrote:

    That’s really really cool, thanks for sharing! Had to make my own 🙂
    http://www.flcty.com/2011/07/13/hex-nut-bracelet-diy-armband-aus-schraubenmuttern/

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  131. Vicky wrote:

    I love this!!!

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  132. Sundal wrote:

    Thanks so much for this tutorial, made an amazing anniversary gift for my boyfriend and I to make for each other! Check out the finished results here if anyone is interested:

    http://patterns4life.blogspot.com/2011/07/his-hers-hex-nut-bracelets.html

    7.20.11
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  133. pearl wrote:

    I had a really tough time closing it too, but i ended up just knotting it at the end and then used a tiny gold safety pin to hold the beginning and end knots together!

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  134. Trudi wrote:

    Here’s a link to mine: http://i294.photobucket.com/albums/mm111/trudijohnson/bracelet.jpg

    Thanks so much for sharing your how to guide. I love this bracelet and it cost less than $4!!!!!

    7.22.11
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  135. ErikaJean wrote:

    Awesome! I just did mine! I used 8-32 zinc hex nuts with 1.2mm hemp cording – turned out amazing! Sent them to a few friends for gifts!

    -Erika

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  136. ErikaJean wrote:

    oops here is my finished product – I also continued the braid farther and then used spring findings on the ends and added a clasp!

    Thanks for the tutorial!

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  137. Amanda wrote:

    What a great knock off! I’ve featured this post on Copy Cat Crafts today, you can view it here
    http://www.copycatcrafts.com/giles-brother-inspired-braided-hex-nut-bracelet/

    We’d love it if you’d like to display a featured button! You can grab your button on the right hand side of your post. Thanks!

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  138. Saw this on Copy Cat Crafts today! Awesome!!! Love this. Have pinned on Pinterest for future reference.

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  139. Nice use of Hardware. My little girl is going to make a few.

    Thanks

    Ron Yatteau
    House Hasson Wholesale Hardware
    https://plus.google.com/112935081106235485458/posts?hl=en

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  140. Jeanee wrote:

    This is so tres chic!

    I featuerd it on my blog:
    http://blog.shopdirtylaundry.com/posts/2011/7/29/24-the-dirty.html

    I hope you like it!

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  141. silvergirl wrote:

    Gawd!! this is amazing

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  142. It’s done – I’ll put it up on my blog soon 🙂

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  143. Adina wrote:

    I just made these with zinc hex nuts on black twine and brass nuts on ivory twine, they both look sooo cool! the hardware is amazing and i want to wear these all the time. thanks for posting this :3

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  144. Kristen wrote:

    Just made one and I already love it. It’s so simple that it’s genius. I can tell that I’m going to make a lot more of these =]

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  145. Look – I made it http://twitpic.com/64ayev WOO-HOO!

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  146. Beautiful bracelet that’s amazingly simple AND cheap to DIY

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  147. alia wrote:

    love the idea but can’t seem to execute the DIY. lol

    any suggestions for materials?
    i’ve tried this with twine and small hex nuts but found it kept twisting. and got as far as 3 rows of hex nuts.

    8.16.11
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  148. Aisha wrote:

    This is AMAZING, I must try this. I think I’ve going to have a DIY Bracelet party this weekend 🙂

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  149. charli wrote:

    lovelovelove this. totally raiding the tool box tonite!
    we mentioned this DIY at our blog:
    http://oddsundays.blogspot.com/2011/04/builders-bracelet.html

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  150. Emma wrote:

    I am so making one for each of my friends

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  151. Alice wrote:

    how do you tie the ends so its practical enough to slip on and off? getting frustrated, other than that its lovely!

    9.1.11
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  152. Deborah Wong wrote:

    Hey, I am trying to buy brass hex nuts for this project online but I don’t know what all these numbers mean. Like 1/4-28 or 0-80. What size did you use for this bracelet?

    Thanks! 🙂

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  153. Asheley wrote:

    Thank you for the inspiration! I used it today 😀 http://shesnappi.com/?p=356

    9.10.11
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  154. Kali wrote:

    totally just made this! i love it! Thanks for this inspiration

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  155. Gabrielle wrote:

    How did you make a clasp for this bracelet so you can remove it and wear it again and again? I’m having trouble finding a good solution.

    9.12.11
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  156. Ann wrote:

    This is so good! Going to make one now!

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  157. Makenna wrote:

    Thanks so much for the tutorial! I made one last night and love how it turned out. I plan on making another one with the nylon (white) hex nuts soon!

    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v624/diceimdice/lightbox-photoss3amazonawscom2Fphotos2FOHX4mqBHRPqciqdwUUhnKw_lrg.jpg

    Sorry for the long URL 🙁

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  158. Rachel wrote:

    I’ve now made two different bracelets. I have been using yarn instead of twine because I think it would be softer on your skin. I use silver hex nuts and have made one with white yarn and one with red yarn. The one with red yarn is my favorite!! I’m still experimenting with the number of hex nuts on each bracelet. Thanks so much for this idea!!!!

    9.17.11
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  159. Annelise wrote:

    I went out and bought hex nuts and twine yesterday and have been trying for countless hours, it’s a bit frustrating haha. I think the problem is the twine is a bit thin, hopefully it’ll work when i get thicker twine because they look amazing and i’m super excited 😀 Thank you for sharing this amazing idea.

    9.20.11
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  160. Mrs. L wrote:

    Thank you so much for this DIY tutorial! I LOVE my hex nut bracelet. It’s crazy awesome.

    10.10.11
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  161. Naomi wrote:

    I made this bracelet today! Love it. You ROCK and so do your tutorials.

    10.16.11
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  162. Robyn wrote:

    Thank you for sharing! I made this over the weekend and shared it on my blog!

    10.17.11
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  163. Kimberly wrote:

    Just made this, and I love it! I safety-pinned the first/starting knot to my pants so it stayed in place and secure. Thanks so much for the idea!

    10.27.11
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  164. rita wrote:

    Amazing tutorials..

    where can i find the skull bracelet?

    10.29.11
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  165. Vanessa wrote:

    Thanks…
    I like it!!!

    10.30.11
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  166. this is really cool. as someone who has a huge stash of hardware items from my previous life as a theater technician, i find this very inspiring. maybe i can put some of my hardware to good use!

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  167. shannon wrote:

    Great DIY!!

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  168. Chels wrote:

    Where did you find the brass/hold nuts?! I have had such a hard time finding large quantities of them besides in packs of 3!

    11.21.11
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  169. bobby wrote:

    great tutorial – but I was really struggling until I figured out this HUGE tip. You can thread all of the nuts on at the very beginning: just divide them between the three strands and leave them at the bottom of each. Then, simply slide them up as you need them. This works since you’re only braiding, not knotting. hope this helps others who couldn’t manage to hold the nuts in place while threading on new ones!

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  170. mayumi wrote:

    hi omg this bracelet is gorgeous!!! i will definitely try it this weekend~ can you tell me what size hex nuts you used?

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  171. Anna wrote:

    This would also make a good necklace. Thanks for the idea. 🙂

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  172. leah wrote:

    does anyone have any idea what material is used in the blue version of this bracelet at the top??? thanks!!!!!!

    11.30.11
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  173. Chelsea wrote:

    OMG
    i love this soo much
    going to make all my friends these for christmas!!
    does anyone know if i can use leather cord instead of twine?
    thanks<3

    11.30.11
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  174. Emma&Lizzy wrote:

    Instead of hex nuts we used brass ‘flat washers’ which can be found in the same aisle of home improvement stores. Also, we soaked our bracelets in chai tea over night to give the rope a nice worn tint. Looks really cute!

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  175. Nix wrote:

    I loved this but definitely not as easy as it looked. lol Until you get the hang of it, for lack of an extra hand, I used a binder clip to attach it to the top of my laptop to hold as I braided. I also played around with embroidery thread for the range of colors and desired thickness…
    Good Luck!

    12.10.11
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  176. Justin wrote:

    Hi, I wanted to know how big the hex nuts were that you used in this DIY?

    12.11.11
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  177. Aryana wrote:

    I found it really hard to keep the nuts in place while continuing the braid. The solution I found was to tape the top end (the 1″ braid and 2″ of slack) to the table! That helped a lot. Mine turned out a bit sloppy because the smallest nuts I could find were 8-32’s.

    May try embroidery thread as Nix said (I’ve got the hang of working with that through your DIY woven bracelet tutorial!) and also try leather cord and smaller hex nuts (maybe Lowe’s will have a better selection than my Home Depot).

    @Justin, they answered that question a bit earlier in the comments. They used 6-32 size nuts.

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  178. Lisa wrote:

    SOOOOOO nice and realy easy! I Love it <3

    12.29.11
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  179. Jeanee wrote:

    Hello,

    I featured this bracelet again on my blog ’cause I love it so much.

    http://blog.shopdirtylaundry.com/posts/2011/12/30/39-the-dirty-2011-trends.html

    HAPPY NEW YEAR!

    12.30.11
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  180. Chelsea wrote:

    This tutorial is amazing. I made my own (linked back you you) and tried a necklace as well! Love them both!!
    http://tastybliss.blogspot.com/2011/12/some-crafts.html

    12.30.11
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  181. Gloria wrote:

    Would embroidery thread not work? I tried using embroidery thread (I braided 15 strands with each other) because I wanted to a more luxurious look (I juxtapose silver hex nuts with a royal blue) but I think it’s not sturdy enough to hold the hex nut.

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  182. KKate wrote:

    OMG wow those people were trying to sell stuff that are a dime a dozen for 300 dollars. that seems ridiculous to me

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  183. Erin wrote:

    Love this tutorial. Linked to my own version on my blog here: http://ecb.edesignsfashion.com/2012/01/17/hex-nut-braided-bracelet.aspx I did the same thing Gloria did and used embroidery thread and silver hexes. I also added some more chain into the mix. I’ve been wearing mine since the summer with no problems with sturdiness!

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  184. Wow! The look of that bracelet is amazing. I’ll have to take a second look at my hardware store for DIY jewelry ideas.

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  185. victoria wrote:

    My sister made it for me – check it!
    http://keylimecat.blogspot.com/2012/01/bracelet.html

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  186. nicole wrote:

    A group of us from work did it all together over our lunch break!
    http://myfamilywall.blogspot.com/2012/01/craft-lunch-hex-nut-bracelet.html

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  187. The end product is sooo cute! I love the design and steps are just simple! Thanks much for sharing this!

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  188. Roomi wrote:

    Love this!!
    Does anyone know/can anyone guess the size of the hex nuts that appear in the last picture??
    I have to order mine online so I need exact-ish dimensions.

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  189. I love thissss! *w* I wanna make it!
    Love u, D.

    2.5.12
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  190. I enjoy this site.This site is more beneficial for how to create Mens Bracelets.I love this sort of Bracelets.This looks like a great resource.I’m very interesting to read your blog. Thanks for posting this.

    2.11.12
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  191. loni wrote:

    i tried it too. love it. thanks for the tutorial 🙂
    http://jaettecool.blogspot.com/2012/02/diy-armband.html

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  192. Katharina wrote:

    i just finished mine and it came out beautiful!

    check it out here:
    http://ketchembunnies.blogspot.com/2012/02/diy-braided-hex-nut-bracelet.html

    i´m planning to do the same for a necklace!

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  193. Connie wrote:

    Love this – I think like a lot of people on here maybe first attempt wasn’t brilliant but practise makes perfect right!

    Going to make lots of these with more hex nuts and lots of colours!

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  194. Jelyn wrote:

    this was a little difficult didnt get the same results.. made it in my home ec class

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  195. Marlous wrote:

    Thanks for sharing this amazing tutorial! I just made my own version, and linked to your blog:
    http://lastdaysofspring.blogspot.com/2012/03/diy-hex-nut-bracelet.html

    3.7.12
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  196. MaryAnn wrote:

    I didn’t ready through all the comments so this may have already been mentioned.
    My husband says that the threads in a hex nut can be pretty sharp so, for a longer life of the bracelet, you may want to file/smooth them out a bit.

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  197. Casey wrote:

    I put be slow b/c this is insanely hard & cannot get mine to look anything like this. I love this bracelet so I’m gonna keep trying :-/

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  198. Sarah wrote:

    LOVE IT. all of your diy’s are genius and very simple. cant wait to make a trip to the craft store and get started !

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  199. Em wrote:

    You should of been clear on what kind of rope to use. I was getting the supplies to make the bracelet and you have “twine” listed. However what you are using is not twine. Twine is a more slippery rope which makes this DIY impossible. Now I have all this slippery twine with nothing to do with it…also no bracelet until I go buy the correct rope to make this.

    Cool idea though…

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    • Erica wrote:

      @Em, try butcher’s twine

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  200. lauren richards wrote:

    this is awesome (which you already know). I saw this posted on Pinterest earlier today, went over to the hardware store on my lunch break (3 blocks down, 3 blocks over) picked up cotton twine $2.99 and 20 brass nuts .37 cents each and braided this sucker at my desk. I wish I could share a picture – it’s smashing.

    Thanks!

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  201. wow!really great site here!

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  202. irem wrote:

    ohh you’re great =) I made those hex nut bracelets, check out mine =)

    http://irem-just-a-dream.blogspot.com/2012/04/bracelet-week-day-5.html

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  203. Beth wrote:

    Just a thought…about the need for three hands…I haven’t attempted this particular bracelet, but I have made braided bracelets and necklaces in the past, and I have found that a clipboard serves nicely to hold the beginning knot and keep the braid taut while working on it.

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  204. Holly wrote:

    i love the idea but i cant get it to work. does the string have to be twine?

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  205. amy wrote:

    awesome! I found quite heavy but lovely! I couldn’t wear all night.
    I’m going to try with different beads.

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  206. Justyna wrote:
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  207. these are sooo cool! I made mine with neon cord and tiny hex nuts,they are so cute!! did a pink and an orange one and I’m definitely making more!!!
    http://miouprincesslovespink.blogspot.com/2012/04/arm-party-diy.html

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  208. forgot to mention that I did link back to you,of course! :))) thanks again for sharing this,it’s my favourite DIY bracelet!!!!

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  209. Love this bracelet looks amazing thanks for the tutorial.

    Jewelry Rage

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  210. Rachael wrote:

    This is an awesome tutorial, thanks so much! Very cute!

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  211. Bree wrote:

    I clearly suck cause this is so HARD hahah… cant get the bolts to stay put!

    6.27.12
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  212. keira wrote:

    These are MUCH closer to the designs by Noise Girl. If you don’t feel like making, cop them here! http://www.zadenrow.com/blakescotland and http://www.zadenrow.com/greyera

    6.29.12
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  213. Love this bracelet looks amazing thanks for the tutorial.

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  214. Carolyn wrote:

    Clearly I’m missing something. Trying to do this right now and am incredibly frustrated! Can’t seem to get bolts to stay in position and I’m only only bolt 4.

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  215. I am honestly in love with your creations, not only they are creative, as a matter of fact, I don’t get to spend a lot of money. keep it up girl, and some time, I can feature this tutorial in my page too.

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  216. Really nice! The tutorial makes it look easy!!!

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  217. Tina Acock wrote:

    Any way of finding out what the size nuts is and the mm on the twine?
    also would anyone know where I can get a squeeze lock that will finish the ends and where I can attach a clasp lock to??

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  218. marandia wrote:

    where do you find the cotton butcher’s twine? or can it be any cotton twine? and where would i find that at?

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  219. Harmony wrote:

    Just finished doing this. Biggest tip I can give is to keep all three strands under tension the entire time while putting the nuts on, or else they’ll just turn into a mess.

    Other than that, it turned out beautifully! Thank you so much!

    [For materials, I used household twine (cotton/polyester) and machine screw nuts (#10-24), both from Home Depot.]

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  220. Laura wrote:

    I’m a bit of a crafting newbie so forgive my ignorance. How do you get the finished bracelet to tie on so tightly? Is there a certain type of closure or knot? I absolutely love this project. I’m going to try it with leather, too.

    9.10.12
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    • Erica wrote:

      @Laura, for this particular tutorial we’ve just fastened the bracelet by tying it into a double knot. because the string is so thick, it’s pretty easy to remove and tie again.

      9.15.12
  221. Kace wrote:

    Hello,
    I am taking a class that requires that i get people to fill out surveys would you mind helping me out?
    https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/viewform?fromEmail=true&formkey=dDdjWGMtb0lHZ0h2Z0pjMFVvUWw1d0E6MQ

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  222. Phoebe wrote:

    Such a great DIY! I wanna try this out for a set of bracelet and necklace. I will start getting the materials pretty soon before my mom will learn about this post, LOL. I will be making the set for her. This is a unique gift idea. Thanks for sharing.

    10.3.12
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  223. Valery wrote:

    okay i made the bracelet. now what kind of clasp systems can i use to put it together and stay on my wrist? do i just tie the twine in another knot ?

    10.5.12
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    • Erica wrote:

      @Valery, just tie it in a knot!

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  224. Laurie wrote:

    Looks a bit like a feather! Great idea!

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  225. Where did you get the hex nuts?

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  226. anonomous wrote:

    cool! I love it!!

    11.20.12
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    11.22.12
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  228. Anonymous wrote:

    I did this yesterday with washers instead of hex nuts and added toggles for a closure. I love it!

    11.29.12
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  229. Sierra wrote:

    Hi! I love this bracelet! How did you tie it on?

    12.12.12
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  230. Tanya wrote:

    This is awesome! I made one with silver screws and black cording instead of twine and it looks gorgeous too 🙂

    12.19.12
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  231. Allegra wrote:

    Brilliant! So original.

    12.21.12
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  232. Bracelets wrote:

    Hey! i loved the bracelet!, i will start to sell all those kind of bracelets, now i have a page were i sell jade bracelets and more! if you want to buy go to http://www.micsbracelets.com

    12.21.12
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  233. louise wrote:

    here do u get all of these great ideas!!!

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  234. awesomeness wrote:

    omg this is like the best butttttthollessssssss

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  235. Rebecca wrote:

    $185.00–NO WAY. Thank you for the tutorial/pattern, will make my own (thanks to you)

    1.23.13
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  236. Paula wrote:

    OMG!! I just have to try this! I hope that i’ll find enough of these golden hex nuts at home. Thank you very much for this awesome tutorial!

    2.22.13
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  237. Daniel wrote:

    I guess I’m the first guy to take a stab at this. Made this for a girl I am fond of.

    Thanks for the idea!

    Cheers.

    2.25.13
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  238. Paul wrote:

    Love the jewellery, so pretty and individual – love the creativity and attention to detail. Would love any feedback you might have on my engagement ring website http://www.perfectring.ie – Many thanks

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  239. christian wrote:

    o.m.g i love it 🙂 🙂 🙂 !!!♥

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  241. Riley wrote:

    I made one of these and it looked amazing. I loved it!

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  242. This looks so much easier then I would ever had imagine. I love it ! Must try it soon ! Thanks for the tutorial !

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  243. Sonja wrote:

    Brilliant tutorial, am making a version with my guide group tomorrow evening, but with round beads instead.
    Thank you!

    7.21.13
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    7.27.13
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  245. Melany wrote:

    I have just discovered your website and I already love it! Beautiful blog and good ideas!

    8.4.13
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  246. Suzann wrote:

    I made it! I love it! I doesn’t look nice and neat like yours. It is sort of here and there, but it may have something to do with my string being too small???? It still looks very nice. Did you feel like you needed another set of hands? lol I used duct tape.

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  247. Anonymous wrote:

    This will not work. I have tried for 2 HOURS AND I HAVE NOT GOTTEN ONE BOLT ON IT. I’M SORRY, BUT I AM NOT PERFECT ENOUGH TO MAKE THIS.

    8.10.13
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  248. radwa wrote:

    wonderful….looks so chic 🙂

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  249. That’s awsome! I will try it in this evening!

    8.30.13
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  250. Arasin wrote:

    Incorporate this as shoulder braid for Steampunk costumes or part of cosplay ‘armor’…?

    9.7.13
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  251. cerits wrote:

    DIY is fun!

    10.16.13
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  252. Todd wrote:

    how do you fasten the bracelet together is there knot you tie or a closure you use I would like to make this for my granddaughter but not sure how to fasten it on her wrist.

    Thanks Todd

    10.29.13
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  253. Katrin wrote:

    Really like your DIY bracelets. They are beautiful !!

    http://www.etsy.com/shop/mirrru

    10.31.13
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  254. Justine wrote:

    Thanks for sharing! Mine turned out great! I threaded all the nuts on first before braiding–that helped a lot!

    12.6.13
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  256. Christiane wrote:

    Super idée.
    Ce bracelet est magnifique et très original.
    Merci pour ce tuto.

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  257. Nikki F. wrote:

    So sad someone complained about copy write and pulled this from pintrest. 🙁

    3.24.14
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  258. Cayce wrote:

    Nikki F. I got the same email from Pinterest. Wonder why it was pulled due to copyright issues. Wish it could still be on my DIY board.

    3.25.14
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  260. Steph wrote:

    i dont have any hex nuts laying around but i still wanted to try this out, so i used some simple crafting beads and yarn. it doesnt look as good as the hex nut bracelet here but its still pretty nice 😀

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  267. Emma wrote:

    This is a great idea, and great-looking too! Just, PLEASE put a warning up saying that this is only for experienced crafters, because I’m not very experienced and I tried this several times and it NEVER worked.

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  270. mrs. Green wrote:

    Love this idea…… But am I missing the part about how you keep it on your wrist? Do you wrap it two to three times and then have to tie it with one hand? Just asking…..

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  277. Marisa wrote:

    Love this!!! How big are the hex nuts? Want to make asap!

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  278. That’s awsome! I will try it in this evening!

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  279. Such a great DIY! I wanna try this out for a set of bracelet and necklace. I will start getting the materials pretty soon before my mom will learn about this post, LOL. I will be making the set for her. This is a unique gift idea. Thanks for sharing
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  280. You should of been clear on what kind of rope to use. I was getting the supplies to make the bracelet and you have “twine” listed. However what you are using is not twine. Twine is a more slippery rope which makes this DIY impossible. Now I have all this slippery twine with nothing to do with it…also no bracelet until I go buy the correct rope to make this.

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    Love this idea…… But am I missing the part about how you keep it on your wrist? Do you wrap it two to three times and then have to tie it with one hand? Just asking

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  282. Joana wrote:

    hahaha, it is so wonderful!!! Thanks!!!

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  283. Maxie wrote:

    So cool

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  284. Maxie wrote:

    I love it

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  285. Wow, it´s so gorgeous! I´m going to try this once i love it

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  287. Patrick wrote:

    Going to try and make one for the wife looks Kool

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