DIY Friendship Bracelet

For several months now, we’ve been receiving emails requesting a friendship bracelet DIY. Well, friends, ask and you shall receive! Today, we’ll give you a step by step tutorial on the classic chevron pattern. If you used to whip up friendship bracelets like a champ in grade school and have since forgotten how, consider this a refresher course. And if you can make these with your eyes closed and arms tied . . . umm, can we still be friends?

You’ll need:

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Start by cutting several strands of embroidery thread at about 24 inches each. Make sure there are two sets of each color. Combine the threads and tie a knot, leaving at least 3 inches of slack. Tape it to a flat surface or safety pin it to a pillow. Separate the two sets, arranging the strands in a mirror-image pattern with the outside strands the same color and so on moving inwards.

Start on the left side with the outermost color (shown here in red) and make a forward knot by creating a 4-shape over the 2nd color, loop it under and back through the opening.

Pull up and to the right to tighten. Make the same knot twice over each color. Continue knotting over each color, towards the right, until the outermost color has carried over to the middle. This is one half of the chevron pattern.

Now pick up the outermost color on the right side (show here in red) and make a backward knot, creating a reverse 4-shape over the 2nd color, loop it under and back through the opening. Pull up and to the left to tighten. Don’t forget to knot twice over each color!

Continue knotting towards the left until the outermost strand reaches the middle. Tie a backwards knot with the two middle strands to connect the two halves. Did you remember to knot twice? The first chevron row is complete! Continue with the the next color, which is now the outermost strand . . .

Remembering the color order is important for the first few rows but after the 3rd or 4th row, the strands will fall nicely in place. Finish it with a knot and a braid.

For a striped bracelet, cut one set of colors and simply carry the outermost color all the way through to the right side. For an assymetrical chevron, mix the colors when dividing them into 2 sets. Be sure to count the number of strands so you know when to stop in the middle each time. For an embellished bracelet, take a small piece of rhinestone chain, glue it to the top of the bracelet and stitch embroidery thread between each rhinestone with an embroidery needle.  A wrist full of HonestlyWTF DIYs to keep you busy all summer long!

(top image via Jak & Jil, rest of images by Honestly…WTF)

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  1. Julian wrote:

    Oh my god, I’ve been looking for a good tutorial everywhere. Thanks!

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  2. Kirsten wrote:

    I love making these – it’s so theraputic and fun. Love the colors you chose!

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  3. Margot wrote:

    Amazing! Love the rinstone addition.

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  4. Ale. wrote:

    Wow, it seems like such an easy DIY! I’m definitely going to try it out this week!

    xx,
    Ale.

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  5. Kaila wrote:

    LOVE LOVE LOVE these!! They remind me of my childhood!
    Freida and Nellie have beautiful ones with jewels and rhinestones in them!

    xo
    http://cestclassique.blogspot.com/

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  6. Ambyr wrote:

    I shouldn’t have read this… I totally want to make it right now!

    xoxo
    http://www.thewrittenrunway.com

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  7. Jessie wrote:

    Gotta love a good old friendship bracelet. The more you have together, the better. I love these and thanks for sharing how to do this!
    xx, http://wordbyjessie.com/

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  8. VanC wrote:

    Nostalgic!! Recalling carefree days of my youth making bracelets to sell to classmates. I love the idea of attaching the rhinestones for a “grown-up” update. Thank you for the tutorial reminder, going out to get some embroidery thread asap.
    http://www.theclotheswewear.com
    Wearing motherhood with style.

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  9. Hersom wrote:

    Funny thing, a couple of weeks ago I stumbled across another tutorial and I remembered how to knot a friendship bracelet like we did back in the ’90 in highschool – I love them and I’ve already made a bunch.

    http://hersomgranddanois.blogspot.com/2011/06/friendship-bracelets.html

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  10. Jaharn wrote:

    These are really pretty. I made some a while back too! http://www.iamvintagelover.com/diy-friendship-bracelets

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  11. Nomadic D wrote:

    Ha! So funny! Because yes of course, I did used to whip these up like a champ back in the day, and yes, just the other day I was trying to remember how the hell I did it! Perfect timing. And the rhinestone additions are great. I love that last photo too, with all the friendship bracelets and the rope bracelet and the braided nut bracelet…. you’re not kidding about giving us enough stuff to do to keep us busy all summer! I think maybe I’ll make one tonight!

    http://nomadic-d.blogspot.com/

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  12. Emy Koster wrote:

    Awesome!! I was wondering when these would come up. Now this I already have ready so I can do this DIY asap!
    xx
    Emy

    http://emykoster.com/

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  14. Mona wrote:

    so pretty!! I love it!

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  15. GREAT PICS YOU SHOULD MAKE A SHORT VIDEO:)
    Copper Etiquette Always Appropriate

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  16. Betty wrote:

    I just bought my daughter a pack of thread on Sunday for us to make bracelets for her besties in school. She’s gonna give them out next week. It’s nice to see some things from my childhood that will always be time less.

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  17. Your DIYS are always my favorite. I’m definitely going to try some this weekend. Absolutely love the rhinestone friendship bracelet.

    Fashionable Collections

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  18. Lucía wrote:

    I love the last picture. Such a great recap of cool stuff for me to try 😉

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  19. ah! i want these!! i used to know how to make them as a kid. i honestly don’t know how i pulled it off ~ but if i was able to back then, i could probably do it now ~ it looks so intimidating!! 😉 thank you for that lovely tutorial!
    xo~ kristina
    http://beancakes.wordpress.com/

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  20. lauren wrote:

    OH MY GOSH

    i LOVE LOVE LOVE!

    and perfect timing!
    i just moved into my new art studio and wanted to have a little DIY party for my girl friends and I before I got busy in there, and I really wanted to make friendship bracelets, that we all could exchange after!
    i LOVE the ones with the extra fancy touch!

    question…
    how long do you think it took you to make the one?

    you guys rock!
    xo-L
    http://www.thesphinxandthemilkyway.com
    http://www.spencer-studio.com

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  21. I’m going to have to try the Chevron pattern. It’s sooo sweet!

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  22. GiGi Reed wrote:

    These are perfectly amazing! I looooove them!

    http://www.glamorsham.blogpsot.com

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  23. agata wrote:

    ahh, I used to make them all the time when I was 12 or so, it was so much fun!

    http://flash-delirium.blogspot.com/

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  24. Mortira wrote:

    My sister and I used to spend hours making these together. Great memories! Micro-macrame is such a fun medium.

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  25. Danielle wrote:

    Omg I’ve been looking for a source for rhinestone chain for months and never even thought of Amazon. Thank you so much!!!

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  26. Lia wrote:

    These are great! Such a helpful tutorial as well. Great job ladies!
    xoxo
    Lia

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  27. Carmen wrote:

    HA! I was totally trying to remember how we made these too. I had them on my ankles and wrists the entire time I was middle school. I want to try to make those as belts. I think that we used to call them Guatemalan belts… I’m totally doing it!

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  28. AlbeeLucky wrote:

    Great tutorial, I love the idea of rhinestones on friendship bracelets. <3 the DIY's, keep them coming 🙂

    xo-AlbeeLucky.blogspot.com

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  29. Amelia wrote:

    OMG! I’m so excited about this tutorial, I’ve been looking EVERYWHERE for one!

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  30. Thanks for reminding me of these pretty bracelets! I used to have both arms full of them in elementary school and have totally forgotten about them since!

    Think I’m going to pick up some string on the weekend and get back into it. 🙂

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  31. these totally bring back memories – I used to make these by the dozens and have been thinking about them and in need of a refresher course.. so THANK YOU for sharing, great way to add a pop of color to just about any outfit.

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  32. winnie wrote:

    You’ve done yours so neat!! They look amazing! another amazing DIY. Back to road trip/ cottage/ camp days with these friendship bracelets. thanks!

    -Winnie
    http://winniereally.blogspot.com

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  33. Brandy wrote:

    YUM! I am totally digging out my dmc threads and making a friendship bracelet. I haven’t done that in years!

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  34. when i was child i used to make the bracelet like this:) i really forget about them, but maybe its time to make it again:) i really enjoy it!

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  35. nancie wrote:

    this is offf the hook! Thank you.
    http://fashionablenotebook.blogspot.com/

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  36. Alice wrote:

    Oh how this brings me back! I love it and I ought to try it out again… Thanks for the reminder!

    Just a Silhouette

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  37. I haven’t made friendship bracelets since i was a kid.
    I might again!

    xo
    agnes
    at
    http://iiiinspired.blogspot.com/

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  38. sharonlei wrote:

    I’ve been making tons of these! 🙂 super duper fun and def reminds me of childhood.. simpler times, right? I gotta go make more now!! And with the bling, of course.

    xx Love & Aloha

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  39. Franzi wrote:

    God I love them and I’ve been meaning to make myself a couple for the last few weeks.

    Cheers for the tutorial!
    Franzi
    xx

    http://franzistylenomad.wordpress.com/

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  40. chelsea wrote:

    thank you for sharing! i can’t wait to get off work and go buy some supplies!!!
    chelsealynla.blogspot.com

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  41. Cata wrote:

    Great tutorial!! I used to made that kind of bracelets all the time!!

    Does anyone know where can I buy tiny beads like the ones Nikki B (http://shop.nikki-b.com/) uses????, they are smaller thant the usual beads, and I love them, but haven’t been able to find them 🙁

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  42. Melissa wrote:

    These bring me back to like the 3rd grade. Love it!

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  43. Eva wrote:

    Hopefully you would upload a video too… i couldnt make it, hope the second time…

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  44. Eva wrote:

    as i see im the only one who couldnt make it 🙁
    i’d like to see it like a necklace…

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  45. Honestly…WTF-Literally just thinking today i need to make more friendship bracelets for summer! I love them, great tutorial, can’t wait to try it out!

    http://www.simplyrosepetal.blogspot.com

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  46. simone wrote:

    Great tutorial

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  47. Dulce wrote:

    It would be great if we could see a video aswell 🙂
    Your blog is awesome!
    http://www.d-capital.blogspot.com/

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  48. Zee wrote:

    those look so cool! definetly making some!

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  49. Samantha wrote:

    I have 3 daughters (6 and under) and we have been making these (well the 6 yr olds). The 3 yr old is sufficient at tying lots of knots. None of the bracelets are very polished looking, but it keeps them all very busy! 🙂

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  50. Grace wrote:

    Wow, this tutorial was done so much better than the other ones I’ve read before.
    Thanks so much!

    Grace
    http://dream-boating.blogspot.com/

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  51. 40/20 wrote:

    What a blast from the past! I made these back in the 80’s and sold them by the back door at school!! I cannot believe they have made such a huge comeback. Love it!
    Kim
    http://fortyovertwenty.blogspot.com/

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  52. This is awesome! Thanks, I have to try and make some of these! I love the one that has rhinestones in it.

    http://thedailytiara.com

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  53. jamie wrote:

    I used to make the straight line ones when I was younger and they would always coil up on me.

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  54. Christy wrote:

    Jamie, me too! I have never managed to make a friendship bracelet that didn’t end up coiling on itself. Anyone have any suggestions?

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  55. Erica wrote:

    @Lauren, it really just depends on the pattern, width and length. I can make a thin one in about 20 minutes but the thicker chevron ones were made while watching a full length movie, taking some breaks throughout 😉

    @Jaime @Christy the reason why it coils is because you didn’t knot twice each time! give it another try!

    And yes, we’ve gotten lots of requests to do a video . . . stay tuned!! We’re so glad ya’ll loved this DIY. Thanks for taking a trip down memory lane with us!

    xx

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  56. Debra wrote:

    I remember making these all the time when I was a kid. And a few years ago, a friend made me one. Nice to see these are coming back in again.

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  57. jami wrote:

    wait until the boys see this! i think this was after my generation. i always make the babysitters help them. i am totally going to learn now! you are awesome!!!

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  58. R wrote:

    loving the DIY tutorials!
    i absolutely love the rhinestone addition. can you give instructions on how to make that one?

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  59. Mary wrote:

    I used to make bracelets just like this all the time when I was 10 or 11. Love them!!! 🙂

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  60. Jamie wrote:

    I also used to make these all the time in grade school, during recess, but we always safety-pinned the working bracelet to our knee. Thank you for the chevron tutorial, that’s a new one for me and now I have to try it! = )

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  61. salima wrote:

    Heyyy ! I can’t believe it !! I’ve been asking you for this for some time so I’m just sooooo happy to see your tutorial of today !! Sooooo it’s my turn !! THANXXXXX !! Will send you pics when finished !! xoxox

    http://blogmoodeuse.blogspot.com

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  62. Thank you so much for this tutorial!
    Are you going to have a newsletter, I’d like to receive your posts via email.
    All the Best, Katy

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  63. K wrote:

    Is there a DIY for the braided bolts one? in the bottom pic

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    • Lauren wrote:

      @K yes of course, that braided bolt one is our DIY Hex Nut, check out the instructions here

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  64. Great DIY! Love friendship bracelets and I’m so glad that they are coming back! Should dig out some of my old favorites 🙂 Or maybe make a few new ones 😉

    Tasia
    http://rufflesandsequins.blogspot.com

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  65. Jessi wrote:

    Great tutorial! Can’t wait to make one of these bracelets and pair it with my DIY hex nut bracelet:) Thanks!

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  66. I keep seeing friendship bracelets for sale at many online boutiques and say I used to make these back when I was younger and should do so again. Not only are they fun to make but they are so much less expensive to so so AND I can pick my colors. Off to Michael’s this weekend to pick up some string.

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  67. I used to make so many when I was a kid .. :)and then I forgot 😀

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  68. Ariiaa wrote:

    WOW…i really love it…. thanx for shairing! 🙂

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  69. ana wrote:

    hello, How do you put the strass in to the bracelet?
    thanks
    ana

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  70. Linaho wrote:

    This is The Trend! I was looking to buy one, but freida and neille is expensive as hell for basically nothing, doloris petunia is about the same (but prettier), and I also saw nice stuff at http://www.nice-cute.com which is more affordable. Thank you for instructions!

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  71. Bridget wrote:

    Hi there! This was such a fantastic post that I got inspired and started whipping up my own friendship bracelets. But I have a conundrum- in your second to last photo, the second bracelet up from the bottom looks like an inverted chevron made with ten colors, but is only ten knots wide. I’ve been working on it, and have come up with ten colors on each side, which is 20 knots wide, and five different colors on each side, but then only five colors show up on each half.

    This is sort of confusing, but if you could help solve my problem I would be so grateful!
    Thanks,
    Bridget

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    • Erica wrote:

      @Bridget. The 2nd bracelet from the bottom was made with 10 threads total – 10 colors. Don’t cut 2 sets of each color. So separate the sets into 5 and 5; and knot like a normal chevron, remembering to count 5 knots in each time. Hope that helps!!

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  72. simone wrote:

    Great tutorial! Thanks!

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  73. Sherri wrote:

    wow! i totally remember making these when i was a kid. thanks for the reminder. i can’t wait to teach my daughter.

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  74. Lucianne wrote:

    Oh my! do you really call these a DIY ? I’ve been making them since 10 and know some kids who knew how to make these in kindergarden !

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  75. Juli wrote:

    How do you make the bracelet thicker – width wise? Mine is very thin. It’s pretty, but I like the look of the wider bracelets in the picture above.

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  76. mel wrote:

    funny! today I post my own friendship-versions, too :). You can see it here : http://vanrolt.blogspot.com/2011/06/four-coloured-friendship-bracelets.html#comments
    and here:
    http://vanrolt.blogspot.com/2011/05/freundschaftsarmbander-mal-anders.html#comments

    that is a lot of work but it worth

    Regards
    Mel
    order here: http://de.dawanda.com/shop/VANROLT

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  77. wow, this just brought back a HUGE wave of memories. I want to start making these again!

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  78. Hannelore wrote:

    It’s been so long since I’ve made one of these! I doubt I would have the patience to do it again, but it looks so damn good so maybe I should try it? great post!

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  79. anna wrote:

    how do you attach the rhinestones? LOVE this, absolutely so gorgeous and summery and colorful. thanks!

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  80. Eva wrote:

    oh god! i’ve been making them at school.. like 17 years ago. Looks like I might take it up again 🙂

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  81. Crnchy wrote:

    I got one word and that is “CAMP”!

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  82. Waauuuw, great!!
    This truly is a good activity for my summer holiday!
    Thank you 🙂

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  83. Heba wrote:

    looks so chic and simple

    http://girlynote.blogspot.com

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  84. Vafadar wrote:

    I totally want to make it right now, 😀

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  85. Cindy wrote:

    I used to make those too! I still love them, should try this out again some day…

    http://thefashiondiet.blogspot.com/

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  86. Cant get enough of all your awesome DIY. I attempted my own DIY Assad Mounser necklace…I would love to see an Honestly…wtf version of one of her necklaces!

    http://www.lepetitenest.com/2011/06/diy-assad-mounser-necklace.html

    <3

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  87. Elizabeth wrote:

    Wow!!! I made these right away when i first went on this page! I made one for my friend because it was her birthday, I can’t wait to see her when she see’s the beautiful colors and design! Now my sister and my friends want me to make them one. Looks like I’ll be staying home all weekend making these creative and cute bracelets!

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  88. Irma wrote:

    I love your DIY’s, but it’s so sad a website called Girlscene.nl copies a lot of your DIY’s, like the friendshipbracelets, these earrings and the woven chain bracelets.
    Here’s the link to the most recent copied DIY: http://www.girlscene.nl/fashion/doityourself/2011/juni/diy_vriendschapsarmbandje

    But you are doing a great job!

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  89. sarah wrote:

    o m g. it’s so cool! but it’s really hard too. it just doesn’t work out when i try it.

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  90. jonahliza wrote:

    uhm, this is freakin awesome..just “pinned” this to me pinterest! i wanna make you one. thank you <3 have a nice week.

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  91. Bentjuhh wrote:

    I have absolutely nothing to do on this boring day.
    But then I got a message through this site hyves ..
    I’m going to start immediately!
    xx
    Ps Thanks!

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  92. geek+nerd wrote:

    So old school, and cute! Thanks for sharing!

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  93. ShelbyRad wrote:

    FINALLY! I’ve always done the bracelets that are just one knot around all the other strings. b/c i never understood instructions for the chevron type. I just made one though and its PERFECT! and super cute! though adjusting to do the backwards 3 was a little bit difficult but i got it really quick!

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  94. Lea wrote:

    Thanks for sharing!! 😀 😀

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  95. KAREN wrote:

    good tutorial, this bracelet reminds me my childhood in Colombia, memorable times. we used to called “cueritos”.

    kAREN
    http://WWW.herfashioncloset.in

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  96. Maressa wrote:

    Is there anywhere to purchase these?

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  97. ken wrote:

    only guy to post here w.t.f.as a guy i would suggest making a little longer
    so you can wear as a choker,with maybe a small cameo in the center??
    very sexy!

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  98. Rachel wrote:

    thank you so much for this tutorial!

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  99. Louise wrote:

    Thanks for sharing this is brilliant – they really remind me of high school! 🙂 I can’t wait to start making some! Thanks Again! 🙂

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  100. Fafuna wrote:

    Thank you *so* much! Love this!!

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  101. Renee wrote:

    oh thanks, now that’s one MORE craft I can do !!!!! LOL

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  102. Nina C wrote:

    Thanks for the tip:) Used to make them,but I were not so good. Maybe I should try again:)

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  103. judi wrote:

    Thank you Thank you Thank you 🙂

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  104. penny wrote:

    what does it mean by backward knot first before making the 4?

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    • Erica wrote:

      @Penny, the backward knot is just a backwards “forward knot”. I use the 4 as a way to show you the way its supposed to look before tying it into a knot. With the backward knot, it should look like a backwards 4 before looping the active thread over and under.
      @S, you can definitely use yarn! with the striped pattern, you are always just using the far left strand to make the knots all the way across the other colors. once that color is carried over, use the far left strand to start the another row of a different color.
      Hope that helps!

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  105. S wrote:

    could u use yarn,? and 4 the stripe pattern do u use only one strand to make all the knots?

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  106. Caroline wrote:

    Thanks for this!!! I’ve always wanted to know how to make that kind. I can only make the straight slanted line ones. I’m going to have my students make these at English summer camp!!!!

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  107. Amanda B. wrote:

    Great tutorial! Thanks!

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  108. Yes! Thank you! These are perfect for summer. I’m making one tonight!

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  109. Kristi wrote:

    Your instructions are very hard to follow, and I’ve been unsuccesful.

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  110. Thi Hoa wrote:

    I loved the third from the bottom!

    I never used to make these when I was younger. I would be perfect to make many this summer, but I have no chance to learn this 🙁

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  111. KC wrote:

    so cool…..
    nice to do one.

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  112. Katie wrote:

    ye…yeeeaaaaa…….YEEEESSSSSSSSSSSS!!!!!!!! I love the chevron ones where the colours don’t match up either side. Thank for a great tutorial and stunningly gorgeous colourful photographs 🙂 Just discovered your blog through Elsie’s list on A Beautiful Mess. I’m loving your DIY tutorials, particularly the woven bracelet one, and Shibori tie dye (going to tie dye EVERYTHING right now!) I wrote about them on my blog. If you wish, have a peek here:

    http://jesuisunemonstre.blogspot.com/2011/06/new-thing-16-new-blogs-i-love.html

    Keep up the great work, I love it!

    Katie. xxx

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  113. vivian wrote:

    the bracelets are beautiful! I really love the colours you used! If it isn’t a hassle, could you please tell me the numbers of the colours used.

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  114. farah wrote:

    Nice tutorial!! How do you make the bracelets different widths?? Thanks!

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  115. HAWKlNS1 wrote:

    wow I love how to make jewelry and Thank you so much foe sharing

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  116. Kat wrote:

    What a fantastic tutorial! I jumped to my feet to make those bracelets as soon as I saw this post. I placed a link to this post and did my own little spin on friendship bracelets explained, hope you don’t mind 🙂 Thanks for the inspiration!

    http://www.meowmiix.com/2011/06/friendship-bracelets-intrepreted.html

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  117. all i want to say is AMAZING

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  118. Victoria wrote:

    How do you tie these on my arms?

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  119. Gloria wrote:

    Can you give me the color code of the thread of these two friendship bracelets http://i22.photobucket.com/albums/b336/garizumura/a.jpg

    because i really want to make the same one. please….?

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  120. Beverly wrote:

    How beautiful and creative!

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  121. Van C. wrote:

    Yeah! I finally got around to completing my first go around with the friendship bracelet. Only I did an instantly-gratifying pattern/style in earth tones. Will be making more to stack! Next, I’ll try the friendship necklace tutorial that you also posted… THANKS for the inspiration!
    Van // The Clothes We Wear
    Wearing motherhood with style.

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  122. Julieta V wrote:

    What a great tutorial!! I just finished my first bracelet, it was so easy to follow your instructions!!! thank you so much for sharing your knowledge, i’m gonna make one with rhinestones!!

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  123. I am so doing this! Thanks!

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  124. I so remember sitting in drivers ed class and making these! I will send this blog to my daughter and get her working!!! Love it!

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  125. christina wrote:

    Thanks for the sharing. Cant wait to made one for myself. 🙂

    Love,
    NANA

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  126. feng wrote:

    I loved the 4th from the bottom!
    I never used to make these when I was younger. I would be perfect to make many this summer, but I have no chance to learn this

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  127. Iram wrote:

    Awww this is so good! They look gorgeous 😀 Thanks!

    http://www.sonotiram.blogspot.com

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  128. emily wrote:

    Directions aren’t too clear. Make sure to remind everyone to use the same color string while doing knots with each other string.

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  129. Susan wrote:

    Thanks for the reminder of how to make these cute, fun bracelets! I remember we used to do this to keep the threads straight: Take a narrow piece of cardboard, cut a small slit in the middle of the top, and slits along the bottom, to put the threads in; this keeps the bracelet stretched out and the threads in order.
    I will have to try making one with the rhinestones, or maybe I will add some beads, I have lots of beads. All kinds of possibilities!

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  130. teri wrote:

    Cute and simple DIY bracelets for anyone with a little motivation to try something new. I already have the supplies on hand and will be giving this a try for summer fun with my daughter. I’ve featured this in an article about ‘discovering beading basics’ . http://www.squidoo.com/basicbeading

    Thanks for sharing.

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  131. Aaria wrote:

    Hnmmn…interesting and easy.. 🙂 I know what i’ll be giving all my friends soon.. thanks alot for sharing.. 🙂 they are very pretty friendship bracelet <3

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  132. sarah wrote:

    SO excited to do this! Super summery and something fun to do while sitting in the sun. Thanks for sharing!!

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  133. I love friendship bracelets – I just made a rainbow-coloured one this weekend 🙂

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  134. Jacquelyn Jae wrote:

    This is awesome! I searched the whole frickin internet and i finally found something good!!! Thanks you soo much!!!!!

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  135. 不宁 wrote:

    美翻了,我说中文能看懂不

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  136. virginia wrote:

    cant wait to start whipping these up!
    amazing DIY!

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  137. DEW wrote:

    Can sumbody please explain how to attach the rhinestones?

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  138. Motivation wrote:

    Friendship Bands are great way to start, I remember when I received one form a very goof Friend of mine and when I gave one to me dear Friend. It’s so exciting !

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  139. justanotherlisa wrote:

    I’ve been whipping these up like nobodies business!

    Great, easy to follow tutorials, thanks <3

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  140. these bracelets are so nostalgic Love it

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  141. Rikke wrote:

    I learned this in school?

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  142. Jade wrote:

    Hello Hello!

    My name is Jade AKA Miss Apple Tree. I’ve been following your blog and I love it. I have started my own blog called and been working really hard at it, and I love it. My page is called ‘Apple Tree’. It’s gone from 0 – 1000 views in a matter of days, but I’d love your help to spread it further!!

    Apple Tree is a place where you can gaze at gorgeous photos, get tips on super cute vintage fashion for men, women and kidlets. and to check out my art, photography and videos.

    I’d love to link to your page some how, maybe a give away or something?

    Please take a quick squiz at ‘Apple Tree’ and let me know the verdict!

    Love Jade

    http://theappletree11.blogspot.com/

    email: jadevansanten@hotmail.com

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  143. Riley wrote:

    I was trying to figure out how to add the rhinestones by looking at the pictures but couldn’t figure it out. HOw do you do it?

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    • Erica wrote:

      @Riley, the rhinestones used were already sewn on a piece of trim so it was just laid on the top of the friendship bracelet and stitched on with a needle and thread. you can also find rhinestone chain here.

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  144. Ting wrote:

    OMG – I must make some of these immediately!!! Thanks for the tute!

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  145. Bre wrote:

    That is too cool.
    Cheers,
    Bre

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  146. julie wrote:

    can someone tell me or give me ideas as to how to join the two ends together? i always make friendship bracelets but have no idea how to make them into a bracelet and always end up using them as bookmarks 🙁

    7.21.11
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    • Erica wrote:

      @Julie, friendship bracelets are generally just tied together with a double knot. if you want to be able to take it on and off, I’d recommend buying 2 crimp beads and a toggle clasp. Crimp the threads around each side of the toggle with a pair of pliers. Hope that helps! xx

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  147. Lila wrote:

    Perfect! I’ve been looking for “bohemian” style bracelets, but they’re too expensive to buy in stores. Definitely going to make these, thanks!

    http://lushluxelovely.blogspot.com/

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  148. Sara wrote:

    Can anyone translate this tutorial in Spanish? Please!

    Thanks 😀

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  149. julie wrote:

    thanks Erica! Could you give me a link to an image of “crimp beads” and “toggle clasp”? Are there any other ways to tie the ends together to make sure i can take them on and off? also, for the start of the friendship bracelet, what should i do to make sure there’s a loop so that i can attach a hook on it? usually it’s all loose ends (as in the pics in the post)! Thanks

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  150. Jessica wrote:

    How did you do the fourth one? :O Meaning, the mixed colors!

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  151. CJ wrote:

    Love this!

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  152. Emily wrote:

    Oh my gosh! I found this link on tumblr, and thank you so much! I couldn’t do the chevron pattern for weeks! I could only do the candy stripe. This made so much sense and I can do it now! 😀

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  153. allison wrote:

    I keep looking at the 4th one too, and I can’t figure out how the purple pink purple (and the orange red orange) goes from side to side either!

    7.25.11
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    • Erica wrote:

      @allison, the alternating chevron is started as normal with 2 strands of each color. then split the strands into 2 groups randomly. start knotting as you would normally. the random order of the strands will give you the alternating pattern. hope that helps!

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  154. allison wrote:

    @Erica, thanks, but I did use 2 groups of strands in a different order, but I ended up with one order on one side of the chevron and the other order on the other side. If you look at the photo, you see that each side of the chevron has 5 strands, but the pattern that repeats is a 10 color pattern, magic!

    I was thinking that in this photo one side of the chevron is white, magenta, orange, red, orange, and the other side is white, purple, magenta, purple, red. How did she get all of the colors on both sides though?

    Or, am I thinking too hard?

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  155. allison wrote:

    by she i mean ‘you’ haha

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  156. Olya wrote:

    Thank you so much for such an amazing Tutorial! Very inspiring!

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  157. Olya wrote:

    Making one already:) thank you again:)
    http://modafile.tumblr.com/

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  158. lavajaff wrote:

    it is nice but i didn’t get it it’s hard

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  159. yasmin wrote:

    its nice

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  160. Hafsah wrote:

    I MADE ONE YESTERDAY!

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  161. Karin wrote:

    Thank you so much 🙂

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  162. Very instructional! I’m off to try it. Thanks.

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  163. kim schmidt wrote:

    These bring me WAY back to my camp days! It seems like us counselors made these all day every day during the summer!

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  164. I made some of these today and it reminded me of when I was younger! Love the crystal chain idea, too!

    http://lifegirlreporter.blogspot.com/

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  165. TB wrote:

    I love making friendship bracelets! Now that I know how to make this bracelet I’m so happy! Check out my website to see the chevron I made! : http://www.braceletsbydesign.weebly.com

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  166. Vanessa wrote:

    I think I just found something to do with my last couple weeks of summer vacation. 🙂 Thanks so much for this, I love it already.

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  167. L.K wrote:

    This is so cool!!!! I’ve tried it and I have made one for my best friend and I. Do you have anymore DIY friendship bracelets that you can share?

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  168. Julie wrote:

    My bracelet turned out great! At first I didn’t understand it but then I did and I finished it, and now it looks really pretty(: thank you for the tutorial :))

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  169. oooh! love them all!!! Thank you for the tutorial. Hugs Johanna

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  170. Lucy B wrote:

    This is a great tutorial (refresher). Back in grade school, when I made these all the time, I would pin the top knot to my sock, then cross my foot over my knee. If I wasn’t done, then I just wrapped the end around my ankle and went on my way. Can’t wait to get back into grade school mode, and make some bracelets! Thanks.

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  171. :) smile wrote:

    Love these bracelets!!! I’m making one right now. It seems really hard at first, but then you get into it. Thanks!

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  172. High Heels wrote:

    This is fab! cant wait to try this…

    http://www.shoesales.com.au

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  173. melish wrote:

    I love making fiendship bracelets.. I loved making them when I was a kid – loved giving them to my friends and seeing them wear it! I think I should be making more… thanks for reminding me!

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  174. Aleyta wrote:

    I LOVE this tutorial.

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  175. anacleta wrote:

    Hello, do you mind if I share this tutorial with my Spanish readers? Of course I would make reference to your blog and say the pictures and the tutorial are yours.
    Best regards.

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  176. Katie B wrote:

    This is really great. I’ve been looking for something to do on the train during my commute to school. This will be fun!

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  177. emma wrote:

    this is amazingggg thanks!

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  178. Adelaide M wrote:

    thi is really cool stuff
    by the end of te page i had made 20

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  179. rabia wrote:

    very cool stuff

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  180. great ….this is like a tutorial for me and thanks

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  181. Ishani wrote:

    do you or anyone else know how to make a domo friendship bracelet?
    one that looks like this: http://img1.etsystatic.com/il_fullxfull.53650513.jpg

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  182. Erin wrote:

    heeyy i like your bracletss…i think i would like one how much?

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  183. kasturi wrote:

    i finally understand the basic concept, cant wait to try this out! thanks

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  184. Siera wrote:
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  185. GoofyGooberLovee wrote:

    yay (: thanks 4 this!!! 😀 im gonna make these friendship bracelets right now (: <3

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  186. Thanks for sharing, I actuallyforgot how to make these…

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  187. hanouney wrote:

    i love these and tried to make one but it turned out twisted…any advice??

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  188. sheldon wrote:

    OMG this is sooooooo good i love thease patterns

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  189. Catita wrote:

    thanks a lot! I’ve been wanting to try it and although it wasn’t such a success, it was my first and I will make it better next time!
    I think it was twisted since I tied them together before hand and the best is to stick them to the tape so that they are flat and wont twist!

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  190. Chelsea wrote:

    What a great bracelet! My sister is 12 and she loves arts and crafts. I also have friends that babysit and this is something you see but never learn how to do! I will have to pass this on as an activity to do!! Thanks for sharing this. It looks like it definitely takes some practice.

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  191. JayMarie wrote:

    I made my friends make me these in high school! Hehe.

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  192. idil wrote:

    Can you makeDIY project about the bracelet which about left top one < http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/838/plad.jpg/ <I drawed a square on you photo to show itt.. pls pls:)

    http://darkhighfashion.blogspot.com/

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  193. Zoe wrote:

    Thanks! Any idea how to taper the bracelets…say, to make a ring that’s fatter in the front than in the back?

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  194. nico. wrote:

    i have recently become
    a) obsessed with this site
    b) obsessed with making these darling little bracelets.
    thanks for bringing me back to ‘back in the day’ with a nice little update.

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  195. Janet wrote:

    Love these bracelets but not sure how well I will do makin’ them since this is the first time ever seein’ how it is actually done. Although I generally learn better with hands on, but I will give it a try!

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  196. Very nice, always impressed by people who take the time to make there own Jewelry. Some bought, some homemade the perfect match!

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  197. Lindy wrote:

    time consuming… but so worth it!

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  198. Ashley wrote:

    You did a great job explaining this! Thank you!

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  199. Jennifer wrote:

    This is great, I have been doing these with my daughter since she turned 9! LUV it!!

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  200. Helene wrote:

    Thanks..I will have to try this myself. I know my daughter will enjoy this too!

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  201. Rachel wrote:

    I have always struggled with how to do the chevron patterned bracelets. Thank you for this easy step-by-step instruction! I can’t wait to try it 🙂

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  202. Denis wrote:

    awesome, great skills

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  203. KHADRA wrote:

    WOW I LIKE IT I AM VERY SMALL I AM NINE YEARS OLD I AM NOT KIDDING I REALLY LOVE YOUR WORK IT IS THE MOST WONDERFUL BARACELET KEEP DOING MORE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  204. osaid wrote:

    thanks… really like your work….

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  205. shania wrote:

    those insrtuctions dont explain it very good as it could
    🙂

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  206. sabrina wrote:

    OMG!i love the way you did that i think that idea is so cool but i don’t think i could ever get it i tried so many times and it didn’t come out as great oh well keep trying.practice makes perfect but not with this lol.

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  207. I love jewellery making since i was a kid – loved giving them to my friends and seeing them wear it…!!!!

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  208. Topher wrote:

    Awesome page, brought back a world-wind of memories from my childhood…. Wish I still had time to make one, I bought mine at http://www.mexicaliblues.com/Search.aspx?search_freetext=friendship

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  209. Donne Roma wrote:

    So Cool Love It :X

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  210. Sadie10 wrote:

    Love It… would not have the patience to make one

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  211. Kimmie wrote:

    I’ve been looking for a pattern for friendship bracelets for a while now. Thank you.

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  212. Leanne wrote:

    Thank you so much for the amazing tutorial!! I just wanted to let you know that I have included it in my last gift guide for this year: http://prairiesque.wordpress.com/2011/12/19/gift-guide-no-6-last-minute-do-it-yourself/
    I apologize for the very spammy nature of this comment, hehe…but it seemed like the best way to get in touch! Also, there are other tutorials featured in this guide, so perhaps whoever sees this will also discover some new skills!
    xoxo,
    Leanne

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  213. Gabby wrote:

    When “Continue knotting towards the left until the outermost strand reaches the middle. Tie a backwards knot with the two middle strands to connect the two halves.” Is this know supposed to be knotted twice too?

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    • Erica wrote:

      @Gabby, yes! this part, connecting the two sides, should be knotted twice!

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  214. amy rouse wrote:

    suggestion: Instead of taping to a surface, use a clipboard. The spring clip at the top works great to hold the treads, and makes it portable!!!

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  215. I’ve been looking for a good tutorial more than a month!! I am so happy I found this one. thanks for posting it!

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  216. Sara wrote:

    Cool. 🙂 I only ever knew how to make the single diagonal line ones. Thanks for showing me the chevron! I love the idea of braiding the tails! So pretty and feminine!
    The problem I always have is finding a clasp to fit! Because 1.) I don’t want to wear them all the time and 2.) it’s hard to tie them on for yourself. :/ I need to find the perfect clasp to fit all that string and then buy 50 of them.

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  217. Sara wrote:

    never mind. figured it out. “crimp clasps,” fabric glue, jumpers. : )

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  218. Nichole wrote:

    Just made one, turned out so cute and pretty. Can’t wait to make more with different color patterns! Chevron is may fav pattern, so happy I found this DYI!! 🙂

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  219. somi wrote:

    omg i used to be SO addicted to making these. You may have awaken the addiction! 😛

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  220. this tutorial was so awesome and I gave it a try and posted on my blog! thanks so much

    http://thebeardedladyblog.blogspot.com/2012/01/diy-friendship-bracelet.html

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  221. Beverly wrote:

    Simply adorable!! Thanks for sharing :0)

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  222. Wow well presented DIY macrame! Maybe you would considering writing a guest most on our macrame project blog. We are a non profit raising funds to help build children’s basic needs centers and to improve economic structure in low visibility areas of Ecuador. Please read our what is macrame post and our macrame knots post and let us know how we can improve them.

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  223. Brittany wrote:

    I have been wondering forever how to make these bracelets. thank you sooo much! lol

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  224. Chrissy B wrote:

    Can you please make a video tutorial? I love how you laid out the steps but I would really benefit from seeing it live as that’s just how I learn best. It would be beyond helpful as I haven’t made these since I was a little girl and I have zero recollection as to how I did it. Thanks so much 🙂

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  225. Virginia wrote:

    I make these all the time….great stress relievers….and my 17 yo son loves to wear them….he wears like 5 or 6 on each wrist….i have a shoebox full!

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  226. rené wrote:

    c’est cool tout ça

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  227. Emily wrote:

    Dear Whoever-
    I have been making these for a while, and I am very grateful for these
    instructions. However, I am still very confused as to how the 4th bracelet down in
    your fantastic photo is put together. Please reply-

    <3,Emily

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  228. I love you blog! I want to make these friendship bracelets with the large gold links as half the bracelet. I saw those on Pinterest. A real classy update……any ideas on how to attach the friendship bracelet?

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  229. Hazel Ra wrote:

    Tip: Attach to a hardback book with a bulldog clip

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  230. Patrick wrote:

    Excellent tutorial ! Many thanks!

    These kind of friendship bracelets remind me how we made what we called “roudoudou” at school, wonderful souvenirs!

    Keep up the good work.

    Patrick

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  231. Kaebra wrote:

    Oh my god I LOVE these! I have made three already 🙂 Could you elaborate more on how to do that earthy colored on in the last picture or help me find a tutorial on it?

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  232. Kaebra wrote:

    *second to last picture >.<

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  233. Lovely…thanks.

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  234. it is look nice!!!!
    Watches in Pakistan

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  235. My grandchildren LOVE friendship bracelets. I will be such a cool grandma.

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  236. marytchoy wrote:

    it is sooo cool

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  237. Sarah wrote:

    The right side turns out perfect for me, however the left is a completely different story. For some reason my left side turns into a jumbled mess even though I keep the colors in order and I am knotting correctly. If anybody has an explination why and how to fix it, please respond/email me!

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  238. Liz wrote:

    I made so many of these bracelets, but i forgot everything.

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  239. hi , i am a handmade artist . i made many jewelry , cuff bracelet, necklace ,cell phone cases with leather ,ropes ,alloy ,stone ,plastic .etc.
    I provide the world with my beautiful bracelet necklace jewelry that improves your day with warmth, love.
    if you want a lot .i can give you a discount or send out a bracelet gift for free . Thank you for your business.
    my etsy shop: http://www.etsy.com/shop/jewelrybraceletcuff

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  240. kikata wrote:

    iskam

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  241. Denise wrote:

    Can you tell me which colors or color numbers you used for the third and fourth bracelet? Great job!

    Many thanks
    Denise

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  242. Alligot wrote:

    These are really cool. What do you think of this idea for crafts? alligotwasthis.com

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  243. Kandice Y wrote:

    I am totally making one this weekend!! Fun!!

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  244. P wrote:

    Nice bracelet patterns but instructions are really hard to follow :-/

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  245. Jon wrote:

    Screw friendships.

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  246. LauraNyanCat WHOOOA wrote:

    OMG, thanks SO much! I knew how to do the diagonal stripey one (the one that looks like this if you cover half of it up) but now I know how to do one that’s even cooler! ZOMG!!!

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  247. a vitamin wrote:

    Very interesting information!Perfect just what I was looking for!

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  248. al7an wrote:

    Amiazing.. this is new to me. I’ll try it. Thanks

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  249. marilenia sourgia wrote:

    I love it!!!!!thnx!!!thnx!!!!!!it seems easy..i ll try it!!!!!

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  250. Melissa wrote:

    What a great tutorial! My name is Melissa and I am the managing editor for FaveCrafts.com. I’d love to publish this project on our site. I know our readers will love it! You can email me at mconner@primecp.com for more information. Hope to hear from you soon!

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  251. ebony wrote:

    I loooove this idea. Its so in for the season. Very laid back and can be paried with other braceletes. http://Www.adornmeforever.com

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  252. Manon wrote:

    great idea!

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  253. Natasha wrote:

    Is there a video? I can’t seem to figure it out. 🙁

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  254. This goes in the memory bank under rainy day activity. I don’t think i’ll have to wait too long

    | Bright Green Laces |

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  255. Blast from the past. we used to spend hours doing these when we were younger

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  256. Camilla Huang sjogreen wrote:

    Cool tutorial! Gonna try 2 make 1 !! If it works cool! If it doesn’t then f**k u!

    5.5.12
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  257. Steph wrote:

    Hi there! I just finished doing Chinese Staircase wraps on my headphones and was looking for a new project and stumbled on these, they look awesome! I was wondering if you use the 6 stranded thread whole or if you separate it like for cross stitching? i separated it for my headphones into 2 strands and it was very fine and took a loooooong time!

    Thanks,
    Steph

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  258. nicole wrote:

    i made it and it looks sooo professional!!! its soo good!!!!!

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  259. Awesome Idea and I love this.

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  260. Frances wrote:

    I used to have one of these safety pinned to my knee at all times and spend every break time at primary school making them, even had a little enterprise going for 50p a pop (we’re talking 20 years ago). I used to make really thick ones about 20 threads wide. I like the addition of the diamante.

    Thank you so much for the post and all the great comments are lovely and nostalgic to read. Can’t wait to teach my little girl how to make them

    Frances x

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  261. ΛΙΤΣΑ wrote:

    HI I AM FROM GREECE AND I WAS LOOKING FOR THIS METHOD FOR QUIT SOME TIME NOW .ITS GRATE AND
    T HAVE MADE 3 BRACELETS . I WIIL MAKE MORE….THANKS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  262. Paige wrote:

    Love this! Making these brought back so many memories of day camp when I was a kid. We’d safety pin them to our pants and then run around with them dangling all over the place.

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  263. Paige wrote:

    We ended up making these with buttons on the end so we can take them on and off.

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  264. selin wrote:

    i know that there are millions of people who steal these photos from your tutorial but just to inform you, here is one:

    http://www.balkopugutasarim.com/2012/05/diy-bileklik.html

    it does not have a reference in the post. also she doesnt claim that the photos are taken by herself but still, she must have a source link somewhere.

    great tutorial btw!

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  265. Lexi boo wrote:

    Wow I have never seen something that looks so hard but so easy

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  266. prada wrote:

    I like these, I have infinite memories, Thank you for sharing

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  267. lexi wrote:

    i LUV, LUV LUV the bracelets i want 2 make some right now!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  268. Ellie wrote:

    what do it mean by “Make the same knot twice over each colour” ??
    It would be great if u can help me figure this out! 🙂
    Thnxxx.

    5.31.12
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  269. allan wrote:

    i think i’m an idiot…my result is terrible!!! i can’t understand what’s wrong with my bracelet…can you explain me this sentence “make a forward knot by creating a 4-shape over the 2nd color, loop it under and back through the opening”? I really need to make some bracelets….:(

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  270. mary wrote:

    I used to make these in middle school back in the mid 80’s..memories came back ..thank you..I think I may make some again.

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  271. bob wrote:
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  272. Ula wrote:

    I love these! Thanks for a great tutorial. Just 1 question: do they turn around for you as well? Mine is all swirly and really not all that even. :L Maybe my cords are too thin or my knots too tight? I love yours, they’re so pretty and even and colorful, mine are just blah. 🙁

    6.11.12
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    • Erica wrote:

      @Ula, it’s probably twisting because you are not knotting each color twice. good luck!!

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  273. Ula wrote:

    @Erica Thanks so much 🙂

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  274. sruthyrose wrote:

    super,i want one to give to my bestfriend-niya

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  275. I think this kind of homemade jewellery is just fantastic. I have a couple of young ladies who are going to love this tutorial. Thank you so much!
    XX

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  276. This website online is known as a stroll-by for the entire information you wanted about this and didn’t know who to ask. Glimpse here, and you’ll positively uncover it.

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  277. Aakanksha wrote:

    Great tutorial. So easy to understand 🙂

    You can get tons more designs like this one on http://www.friendship-bracelets.net

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  278. Sarah wrote:

    When ever I make these, the outsides turn into the middle, how do i fix that from happening?

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  279. blobby wrote:

    very good

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  280. Lorene wrote:

    These are fantastic! I actually came across your blog through another blog… that has copied your entire tutorial… Not sure if you gave them permission or not, but I just thought I’d let you know in case it wasn’t on the up and up 🙂 Here’s the link to that blog post: http://doitandhow.com/2012/06/16/friendship-bracelet

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  281. Emmy wrote:

    Wooow I’m deffers going to try this at home!!!!

    6.20.12
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  282. I “stumbled upon” you’re DIY tutorial and its really cool! Your bracelets turn out beautiful!

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  283. stevie wrote:

    can you make these with 2 colours?

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  284. Kay wrote:

    @stevie: Currently working on a 2-color one right now~ The steps are exactly the same. The only tricky part that’s different is separating the colors evenly so that the chevron pattern comes out symmetrically (unless, of course, you want the asymmetric chevron pattern). ^-^

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  285. Mathilde wrote:

    I am making this, the left side is perfect but the right side is totally a MESS!! I can’t figure out what I am doing wrong! I am follow all of your steps but still… I just do exact the same as you do!
    There are weird things coming out of the right side, the thread doesn’t lie good en is totally a big clump….
    What do I have to do?! I already started over 2 times!

    6.23.12
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  286. Mathilde wrote:

    I am making this, the left side is perfect but the right side is totally a MESS!! I can’t figure out what I am doing wrong! I am follow all of your steps but still… I just do exact the same as you do!
    There are weird things coming out of the right side, the thread doesn’t lie good en is totally a big clump….
    What do I have to do?! I already started over 2 times!

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  287. Jade wrote:

    These are deceptively difficult to make! If you mess up one knot you’re screwed 🙁 I’ll keep trying but is giving me a headache. Back in the day me and my friends just made braids so I’ve never attempted these before, they do look pretty!

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  288. hannah wrote:

    I don’t understand it its hard to do and I just think there hard and I want personal help with it please

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  289. Jade wrote:

    I have cracked it! I was doing it and sometimes getting a nice pattern and then it was just jumbled into random colours looking so messy and I have realised that you need to pay close attention to the knots, to slowly pull it up to the top to be sure the knot is facing with the colour you want because they can so easily twist around. Knots and thread have a mind of their own!

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  290. Natasha wrote:

    OMG i love these but they take a long time and the writer could have used bette words to describe so it was very chalenging and how old r u guys cuz im 12 and 1 quarter!!!!

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  291. Aja` wrote:

    Wow, cool tutorial! I will simply make my own instead of purchasing them now, thanks! ^_^

    I would try using metallic thread for mine, but using metallic floss can be annoying because it tangles so easily.
    http://www.etsy.com/shop/mienkintoshfairie

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  292. Laura wrote:

    Hi !
    I tried to make on with four colours and I did exactly what you explained but it doesn’t make the right shape at all 🙁 🙁

    7.3.12
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  293. Taya wrote:

    Great idea!! Will try making these bracelets with my niece during this summer vacation.

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  294. Valerie wrote:

    So, does the width just depend on how many different colors or thread you have?
    That’s amazing! I’ve always wanted to know how to do that!

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  295. Caitlyn wrote:

    Hi! I love your DIY’s too 🙂 Just curious how everyone connects the bracelets? Do you just tie them or do some kind of clasp or closure??

    7.4.12
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  296. Drex wrote:

    Making these are really addictive…Does anyone know where I can find a DIY for the diamond pattern?

    Also @Caitlyn, however you want to end it is personal preference, they usually are just tied off though.
    If you double the length of each string and create a loop at the end instead of just loose string you can add a button to the other end as a way to close it off.

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  297. samia wrote:

    THIS IS AMAZING

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  298. samia wrote:

    this is sooo awesom, thanks!
    thiss is so much better than the youtube turorials, i hardly understand anything on youtube. This made it soo easy for me to make a bracelet thanks a lott!!! 😀

    7.6.12
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  299. Tessa wrote:

    wow, just made one easily thanks to this tutorial! i didnt have any embroidery thread so i just used wool, worked fine!

    7.6.12
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  300. Julye wrote:

    they are so pretty !!

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  301. Ushba wrote:

    Nice.

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  302. cece jones wrote:

    these r sooooooooooooooooooo cute love it. i wish u would open up a buisness and sell those because i know i would buy one

    7.8.12
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  303. Linda wrote:

    I just love the idea!
    I am going to make some soon…I hope!
    Just like you said,Cece if some body makes a shop or business or some thing,I would buy 1 for sure!
    Love them!
    P.S I hope that everyone else who see`s this will enjoy it like I do!

    7.9.12
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  304. Girl. wrote:

    You should post how to make the other bracelets too. 🙂

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  305. Great instructions! Found here via Pinterest, yayy 🙂

    Satu
    Indie by heart

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  306. Aimee C wrote:

    THANKYOU! I haven’t made these in years and needed a good tutorial. I’m sharing on my blog today and crediting you! Thanks!

    7.13.12
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  307. CHESTER wrote:

    this is like the worst explanation ever. whoever wrote this didn’t write it so readers could visualize and actually understand what they were doing. the pictures dont even help. THINK ABOUT THIS WHEN DOING POSTS OF THIS KIND!

    7.13.12
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  308. Unanimous wrote:

    There are also other styles of friendship bracelets. Once you have mastered the classic ‘ Candy Stripe ‘ pattern or the diagonal stripe pattern you can try the more complicated patterns. Such as…

    You can look on YouTube under ‘Beyond Bracelets’ and there are some great beginner, intermediate, and advanced videos!

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  309. giggity wrote:

    giggity

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  310. michele wrote:

    This is an awesome “How To” post that I actually can make the bracelet. I don’t know anything about stitching or sewing and I’ve been trying to learn how to make different stitch or even how to make bracelets with hemp but everything I’ve read on only should a few pics and no description on how to do it. So starting a blog page has taught me that there are so many things I can learn on all these social networking sites that I don’t find even time to balance crafting and blogging. Sometimes I’m only posting on sites for an hour or two in the morning but then I find the coolest things and when I look at the time it’s almost 5pm. I haven’t figured out a plan but I craft and blog, post, list, and so on off and on each thing so that way I’m crafting and keeping my sites updated.

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  311. Lizzy wrote:

    I’m I thought this one was very difficult so I didn’t do it and. I’m really bummed out idk how to do it

    7.19.12
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  312. meghan wrote:

    Great tutorial. You would be surprised at how quickly these sell at craft shows. I think it brings a sense of nostalgia to those at the events. I’ve heard quite a few stories of “how I made those as a kid”. Always my favorite when someone asks me to tie one on.

    7.20.12
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  313. y33 wrote:

    I just love friendship bracelets, the colours are amazing and they feel like a hug around your wrist. I found one that can be made in less than 5 minutes check it out:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jOmXXqoA4yo

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  314. waka waka wrote:

    ooo love it i want to by one how much it costsss i want it now if not i will kill yaa

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  315. sue wrote:

    “Klutz” books has a great edition that has instructions for many different bracelettes. The directions are easier to follow than the ones here.

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  316. Mel wrote:

    This is the best tutorial ever! thanks so much, now im in the mood for bracelet making!!!

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  317. Darja wrote:

    I also doing this, and it is great and fun! 🙂

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  318. Jamie wrote:

    I tried this and it came out looking like crap you make it sound so easy I love this but mine sucked!!!

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  319. Katie wrote:

    Thank you for this! Made myself a lovely chevron bracelet and planning for a couple more 🙂 don’t know if it is just me, but I seemed to run out of thread quite easily, so maybe make sure you’ve got a lot of excess just incase!

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  320. Oh my god very beautyful. ilove you

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  321. Ashley wrote:

    I LOVE this. It turned out so well and was so easy. I always wondered how people made cool friendship bracelets like that. This really helped me. Thanks! Click the link to see how it turned out! Super Cool! http://adaywithashley.wordpress.com/2012/07/31/how-my-bracelet-turned-out/

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  322. jazz wrote:

    love it! – i tend to use my laptop when doing this i tape it to the top and hook the thread under the keys XD

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  323. hannah wrote:

    I’ve always tried and tried but i didn’t work!!!!:(
    but now it does miracle!
    hannah

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  324. Anya wrote:

    Can you post the number of the treads ?

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  325. dhivya wrote:

    i know me….. but forgot… it is useful to me….

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  326. Raven wrote:

    Wow, this is really amazing! Trying it atm and it looks awesome (doing it in rainbow colours :3 )
    Thanks for posting!

    8.6.12
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  327. I can not do it!!!!!!!!!!!:'(

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  328. Chelby wrote:

    OMG loveeeeee so much.
    now can anyone thread some for me because I SUCK. (:
    Kthankkssbyyeee

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  329. froggles wrote:

    OMG THEY R SO GREAT BUT CAN U MAKE EASYER ONES WITH COLOURFUL BEADS!

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  330. vicky wrote:

    lovely information . I try to make them. They are beautifull

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  331. leo wrote:

    cool !!! look at my handmade store http://www.etsy.com/shop/Colourfashion?ref=si_shop

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  332. Vanessa wrote:

    How do I add the rhinestones?

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  333. sharon wrote:

    http://www.sadeesays.com has great ones ready made for great price on their website, by Gypsies and Debutantes So if you have great taste but poor execution, theres a way to go!!

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  334. atul wrote:

    Dude, right on there bother.

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  335. Rachael wrote:

    Just gorgeous- thanks!

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  336. eva wrote:

    ju lumshin duart

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  337. Brooklyn wrote:

    I love these bracelets!!! I used to make tons of them when I was a kid. I especially like the ones with the addition of the beads. 🙂

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  338. Just keep going wrote:

    haha im 14 and i just started out in the braclet making world in this was hard at first but as i went with it i understood AND i didnt know what a backwards knot was but i do now after a search on google xD my first one was ok but now i know and ill start rolling these out like a champ in a weeks time haha

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  339. susan m.J wrote:

    Tutorial is so well written I thank you for sharing with all ofus. Love to do small item as I wait in waiting rooms 1-2 times a month and now with these perfecked. Susan M. J

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  340. hann wrote:

    oh my gosh…..i ALWAYS wanted to know how to make these when i was little.

    i have just made my first one in six gorgeous colours and i am so proud of it! even though it took about three hours lolz x th pic is on my blog……adulation and admiration very welcome!

    thanks for a great tutorial

    hann
    http://thisishannmade.blogspot.com/ x

    8.30.12
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  341. Rebecca Hartmann wrote:

    Hello myself and a couple of friends are doing a school based business at school. We will be having a store with little games and little items you can buy like anklets,bracelets and other type of jewlerry. It would be gladly appreciated if you could give us some stuff. Sincerly Rebecca Hartmann

    8.30.12
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  342. Marie wrote:

    I love these, made a bunch of them but they take FOREVER to make….

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  343. OMGKaylaaaa wrote:

    Thissh is soooo ah-maze-ing. its so funnn to make, hahah. i Love using nEoN colors or bright colors to make them. i wear like 20 of them on one arm.(: <3
    x

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  344. Takahē wrote:

    Thanks so much for this! These are the clearest instructions I’ve found yet!

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  345. Awesooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooome!!!

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  346. charlotte wrote:

    Can you maybe make a video? then it would be a little bit more easy to do 🙂 i would love to make them, but i don’t really understand what to do… 😀

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  347. alyssa wrote:

    these bracelets are AMAZING please do more

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  348. Reyhan wrote:

    Thank you so much for posting this! I would have loved to have had this in 1985 as a fifth grader! Thanks again!

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  349. Renty wrote:

    the colours are awesome!! mind email me back as I got something to ask you. thank you! (:

    9.18.12
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  350. Dinah wrote:

    OMG i was luking for this EVRYWHERE!!!! I totally love your DIY’s!!!!! Keep them coming!!! All the Best!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1

    9.21.12
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  351. Dinah wrote:

    ummm,how can v add beads to it????

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  352. Eve wrote:

    I used to know how to do this and had forgotten. Thanks!

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  353. ana wrote:

    I can’t believe this is back! I used to make these when I was in high school back in the 80’s!

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  354. somthing wrote:

    u guys need to explain it better cause im very confusied and u just made me waste a ton of my string

    10.1.12
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  355. somthing wrote:

    u guys need to explain it better cause im very confusied and u just made me waste a ton of my string

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  356. milo1998 wrote:

    wowww

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  357. Kathy wrote:

    I don’t see any of your bracelets tied in a knot to connect both ends. How do you add a clasp or finish it off?

    Thank you!

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  358. Looks very hard 🙂

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  359. Thank you so much for this tutorial! ♡

    10.19.12
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  360. Banana Rainbow wrote:

    Pretty easy instructions and it is really cool.

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  361. Olivia wrote:

    These are awesome! I used to make a lot of friendship bracelets, but I gave away a lot and the rest got lost. I’m definitly going to be making more soon! I LOVE these! Did you make them all?

    10.22.12
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  362. aryan wrote:

    Hey would you mind letting me know which webhost you’re utilizing? I’ve loaded your blog in 3 completely different web browsers and I must say this blog loads a lot faster then most. Can you suggest a good internet hosting provider at a honest price? Thank you,I appreciate it!

    10.26.12
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  363. aryan wrote:

    I feel satisfied after finding this one.

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  364. abrielle wrote:

    so cool

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  365. abrielle wrote:

    i love it

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  366. Paula wrote:

    I love them, but I want to do a lot of them and I don’t want to do the same patterns, so maybe you can show, how to get some pretty ones that have pearls too.

    10.30.12
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  367. mogo wrote:

    It was hard for me at first but I got better at it with my moms help. Now I have a nice bracelet on my arm. I am good at making bracelets. Now I know something new. Thank you.

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  368. this is a very good demonstration thank you it looks complicated

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  369. jozi wrote:

    honestly…. WTF!

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  370. Michelle wrote:

    How do you make them so they don’t get gross in the bath? I hate that feeling of wet fabric on my wrist.

    11.3.12
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  371. GemSelect wrote:

    Add some gemstones to these for added bonus! http://www.gemselect.net

    11.7.12
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  372. Saruta wrote:

    This is a little bit hard because I don’t know where to buy a tread in Singapore. Can someone told ne where to buy tread in Singapore?

    11.10.12
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  373. Saruta wrote:

    I agree with you GemSelect, The bracelets shold have some gemstones

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  374. hteemoopaw wrote:

    Wow the bracelet are so beautiful! ^_^

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  375. Emma wrote:

    I like your bracelets they are very colorful and creative

    11.21.12
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  376. Jennifer wrote:

    OMG, haha, I have not made these in years, so fun to see so many people into it.

    11.21.12
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  377. scrappysally wrote:

    Thanks – can’t wait to get busy this weekend

    11.23.12
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  378. Vojtěch Vašina wrote:

    týjo krása čumim jak umim:):D

    11.27.12
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  379. Umar Jamil wrote:

    That’s really cool stuff!

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  380. Emily wrote:

    Such a great little craft. One question, how would you create the clasps for the bracelets?

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  381. Sharon wrote:

    Hi, Thank goodness I found this page but only some of the pictures show up…So it’s kinda hard…could you possibly email this tutorial or even better, do you have a tutorial video? xo

    12.4.12
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  382. valentina wrote:

    does anybody know a good tutorial or the name of the seventh one down on the picture with the differrent bracelets laid out??

    12.6.12
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  383. Taylor Mabelitini wrote:

    Hey, could I use one of these pictures for a school newspaper article as long as I credit your website?

    12.7.12
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  384. Sadri wrote:

    This is really pretty but it seems a bit too complicated for me

    12.8.12
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  385. This is so cute, and this can be updated to use any type of fiber that will allow you to use this knotting method! Love it. http://twopeasinapod123.wordpress.com/2012/12/09/christmas-organza-scrafs/

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  386. amy wrote:

    i dont understand at all. this looks good but it is confusing and i just want to curl up in a ball and cry! 🙁

    12.21.12
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  387. Radha wrote:

    This is great and all, but I already know how to do this. So I can’t have the satisfaction of figuring it out. Well anyway can you do a tutorial on how to do the diamonds, mushrooms, and letters? Because I tried, and I still can’t get it!!!

    12.21.12
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  388. Addie wrote:

    OMG! I totally love love these….. Thanx for da tutorial! I’m gonna be spending my whole vacation making these……<3 🙂

    12.23.12
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  389. Markwell wrote:

    Nice!
    Check out my blog on:
    How to make a friendship bracelet blog

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  390. natasha wrote:

    hiiiiiiiiiii ilove very much friendship bracelet…………….!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  391. evelyn wrote:

    tht is nice!!!! I love making friendship braclet

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  392. marie wrote:

    omg i want one lol

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  393. Emily wrote:

    how do u do the one were its like boxed…….they say its the easiest one

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  394. Those are looking good. Love to learn it

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  395. Aleksandra wrote:

    Схемы фенечек,идеи подарков,как слести фенечку,видеоуроки по плетению фенечек,схемы косого плетения фнечек http://сделайфенечку.рф

    1.29.13
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  396. YIJ wrote:

    I like your bracelet I saw your bracelet in web(your bracelet is famous in korea web) and I start make bracelet myself anyway, could you do me a favor?? what color number use you make that. DMC number…the first bracelet from the top(your post bracelet) and sixth bracelet from the top. send me email plz!

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  397. Abigail wrote:

    I made so many of these and they are sooooooo much fun. Thz for the instructions.

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  398. chante wrote:

    these are so cool i seriously need to try and make one a these

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  399. heather wrote:

    Okay I saw a picture of a candy stripe bracelet but it also had a chevron mixed with it. Like it had a set of rows of candy stripe and a set of chevrons, and I’ve tried but I can’t find a tutorial anywhere and I just need to know how to do it, I already know how to make both a candy stripe and a chevron..

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    Where can I find one of these to buy???

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  417. Dawne wrote:

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  422. craftygirl wrote:

    Awesome! I use the MyFBM (check out their site: http://www.myfbm.com) It helps to hold your strings and make more complicated patterns. I can’t wait to try this!!!!

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  423. tete wrote:

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  425. This is awesome! Thanks, I have to try and make some of these! I love the one that has rhinestones in it.

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    This is so hard to do.

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    thanks for explaining me in such a easy way.
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  428. Faiza wrote:

    Wow ! its cool. I know how to make band from colorful ribbons but these are more cool bands.

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  429. the friendship bracelets are so pretty. I like this DIY tip

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    GURRLLL! I LOVE RHESE! I’m going to camp this summer and i need something cut and easy to do!

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    Where do you get embroidery thread from? Is it real pricey?

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    wowwwww 😉 never thought they were that easy i wish i found this sooner 🙂

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    hiiii!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    oh i can not read the map of the friendly bracelet what can i do?

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  436. werock wrote:

    they look cool!i want one!

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    i just bought a whole bunch of strings from the market, cost ₵10/per color
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  438. great Friendship Bracelets design

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  439. Kit wrote:

    alright im going to try this…. wish me luck <3 😀

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    cool,. u r very talented im going to try this right now… wish me luck…. Thanks!

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  441. Siara wrote:

    Oh my god! Those are amazing, are you selling them? Lol

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  442. Thanks for the tutorial!! I’m bookmarking the page, and will have to make some of these sometime!

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  443. Ana wrote:

    I remember to try to to this when i was a kid, without any success hahaha, i think i can´t do it right now! But i love how they look, so pretty. I am so lucky that the local markets offers so many bracelets like this at low price. Besos!

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  444. teito kelin wrote:

    hi can you please make a video about it cuz I didn’t understand how to do it and I need to do one for my best friend who is moving to Australia after 2 weeks. I need the video fast please!!!!!!

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  445. Elizabeth wrote:

    I love your tutorial. I used to make these as a kid 🙂 nothing is more personal than something you have made by hand 🙂 I am looking forward to seeing more from you 🙂 xx

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  446. Such a nice and an easy self made idea!!

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  447. Jamie wrote:

    I made 17 of these bracelet because there SUPER easy to make!!!!!!!

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    These bracelets are easy and fun to make. Loved it!!!!!♡㋡

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  449. antonia wrote:

    Oh its too hard 🙁 ive tried and now Ive just wasted a whole lot of embroidery thread boo hoo I wish there was a name for this style so I could search it up on youtube!!!

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  450. Jill wrote:

    I remember making these when I was younger, used to spend my pocket money on thread and spend hours making them! Had completely forgotten about it, you’ve inspired me to re-live my youth and try and make one 🙂

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  453. brandon wrote:

    Ive been making bracelets for a while now, Ive been selling them on a facebook page of mine called “Wrist Wraps” And selling them! So happy i found this style!!

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  454. bep tu wrote:

    hello, How do you put the strass in to the bracelet?

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  455. jwb wrote:

    Hello hello!
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  456. Andrea wrote:

    I found the tutorial for the alternating chevron pattern (fourth bracelet down) here: http://www.braceletbook.com/pattern_normal/10537.html#.UidIQD_3MfF for anyone who is looking.

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  457. Allison wrote:

    Here’s a really simple and easy tutorial on chevron bracelets for beginners…definitely took me a few tries but eventually i got the hang of it! http://www.wikihow.com/Make-a-Chevron-Friendship-Bracelet

    Also made my bracelets with neon nylon cord. They came out awesome!

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  458. Tal wrote:

    WOW ! It’s amazing !!! I must to try to do it.

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  459. Shelley wrote:

    Love friendship bracelets!
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  462. Continue knotting towards the left until the outermost strand reaches the middle.

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  465. Samantha wrote:

    Hii, I love your designs!! Is it possible you could tell me where I could buy the studs and the other parts of the bracket which is not thread.

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    Wow, it is amazing. I will learn to make one by myself.

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    its so stupid

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    What’s a backwards knot? 🙁

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    And, Shaheen, calm down, It’s NOT stupid!

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  478. janese wrote:

    I have made a chevron bracelet with 8 colors and tying 4 knots per thread..i like it a lot b/c it looks so lacy….but I cannot figure out a way to finish it…the thread is way above the last stitch…

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  480. SilverStar wrote:

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