Making String Bracelets

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If you have ever wanted to learn a fun skill that will fill your time productively, then bracelet making is for you! It can either take a small or long amount of time, depending on how much you want to invest in your bracelet! There are so many patterns to learn, some of them are: Candy Stripe, V, X's, Five Fingers, and many more!

My Experience In This Subject

I have learned many different styles of string bracelets through my eight summers at summer camp. I have continued to improve my techniques and build upon them since then.

Materials Needed

String, lots of string (whatever colors you want), scissors, a flat surface, and tape

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7 months ago

This is one of the first stitches that I learned when beginning to make string bracelets. It is called Candy Stripe due to the fact that the stripes of colors can look like colorful candies. This is a fairly simple one here, but feel free to sign up for a time slot if you want to learn how to make a more complex Candy Stripe. Or, I can teach you one of the other many stitches out there.

7 months ago
If we had all the time in the world, what would we do? We have all heard people say, and maybe even said ourselves: "If I had more time, I'd do that". Now we have all the time in the world, more time...
7 months ago

If you have the time, making an organized string box is the best way to guarantee successful bracelets! That way you get the exact colors you want and it is easy to tell when certain colors are running low! Any craft string will do, along with any string box. I bought an 100 string pack on Amazon and also bought the string box on Amazon as well. Here's a tip: make sure you have enough floss bobbins for all your different colors! Finding a box that comes with sticker labels to label the corresponding string colors to their number is also key.

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