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How Do You Make a Cord Bracelet?

Look no further for a beginner’s tutorial on making a cord bracelet. We’ve compiled a list of tips, tricks, and materials for making your cord bracelet. First, learn how to make a Square knot, sliding knot, and stretch magic cord bracelet. Then, we’ll cover all the steps in a video!

Square knots

This style of cord bracelets is a perfect addition to your fashion accessories. You’ll need a long piece of 1mm hemp to make it. Begin by folding the cord in half. Next, tie an overhand knot using the two ends. Make sure to leave at least half an inch between the two ends. Use a thin strip of tape to help secure the ends of the thread. Once you’re finished, add a clasp or glue to secure the finished bracelet.

After you’ve created your square knot, the next step is to arrange the knots on the working cords. Place the knotted portion toward the back of the bracelet. The other half of the cords should be directed forward. Make sure to leave the bead resting on the filler cord. When the right working cord passes over the left working cord, you’ll need to do the same for the left.

Sliding knots

A slider knot is an easy-to-make cord bracelet clasp. You will need two cord ends and two adjustable knots. Start by looping one end through the first knot and over the other cord, with the other side facing away. Next, pull the knots tight and repeat on the second cord end. When finished, slide the bracelet onto your wrist and tie it off. Now you’re ready to wear your new sliding knot cord bracelet!

A slider knot is a great way to make simple jewelry. It’s a simple knot that can be used for bracelets, necklaces, and more. 

Fabric scraps

If you have fabric scraps left over after creating a garment or making a quilt, you can use them to make a cord bracelet. You can use scraps from many projects to make a handmade accessory, from body pillows to mason jar wraps. Another great way to use your fabric scraps is by creating seasonal wreaths. Orange and black make a wondrous Halloween wreath, while pastels make a perfect spring wreath. You can even use fabric scraps to make a sachet.

You can also use scraps to make a colorful pen pouch. Just cut out a rainbow and glue scraps together. Then, sew the two pieces of fabric together and tie them with a cord bracelet. You can use fabric scraps in any color combination to make a unique gift for a friend or relative. The best part is that this project can be completed within a few hours and is an excellent gift for children.

Stretch Magic cord

If you’ve always dreamed of making a cord bracelet but haven’t had the chance to start, consider using the stretchy, elastic cord line from Stretch Magic. It’s non-toxic, strong, and stretches just like a rubber band. In addition, it comes with instructions on how to knot it in the back. The cord is great for bracelets, anklets, and necklaces. You can even use this material to make your own beaded jewelry, too!

It’s simple to create an elastic bracelet by stringing wooden beads onto the cord. To make it easier to stretch, purchase a pre-stretched elastic cord. Pre-stretch your cord by pulling on both ends of the cord. This will prevent the beads from sliding off of the elastic cord. The beads should be tensioned a bit. Otherwise, you may have trouble making the bracelet look nice.