How to Tie a Magic Knot Alright, I need to file this one in my brain under "Stuff I wished I knew a LONG time ago!!". If you have weaving in ends (which is everyone, be honest!), then this is going to blow your mind. It is a such a simple knot that every #knitter and #crocheter should have this in their mental toolkit. The trick is to use this knot as you're transitioning between working and new yarns and have the ends blend right in. It's super simple, check it out!
What you need: 1. Thin leather cord 2. Silver faceted beads (I found these at Hobby Lobby) What you do: 1. Tie a knot in the leather cord. Add beads. I used 8. 2. Tie a knot at the other end of the beads. 3. Slide both ends of the cord through opposite ends of a ninth bead. 4. Slide the bracelet over your hand. Pull the ends so that
Looks like the weaving ends were then knotted into a pattern à la friendship bracelets, then trimmed to form the fringe. For when I get better at weaving!
Adjustable sliding knots are a great alternative to struggling with a clasp on a bracelet. Just pull the two bracelet ends to tighten until comfortable. Learn how to make one with this tutorial. #MillLaneStudio #slidingknot #leatherbracelet #diyleatherjewelry #slidingknottutorial #adjustablebracelet"
"This is a #Macrame_Tutorial. I've included it here because the pretty bracelets end in a square knot closure that's useful for crocheted necklaces and bracelets too. Go to http://honestlywtf.com/diy/diy-macrame-bracelet/ for the instructions." #KnittingGuru ** http://www.KnittingGuru.etsy.com
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Josephine Knot Tutorial The josephine knot is my favorite knot ever. You can use it to make bracelets, pretty up straps on bags - all kinds of things. The josephine knot seems delicate and complicated - but I promise its super easy to do!