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(( Bracelets )) Wave

Table of contents
1. Materials
2. Step by Step
    2.1. Step 1
    2.2. Step 2
    2.3. Step 3
    2.4. Step 4
    2.5. Step 5
    2.6. Step 6
3. Videos

Materials

2 strings that you WILL NOT see in the bracelet ( looks good if they are thicker then your main threads like yarn, this will make the wave stand out more ) , and 7 (or more) strings that you WILL see. Strings should be 2.5 - 3 feet (30-36 in.)

This tutorial will teach with: 2 strings that you WILL NOT see (brown) and 7 colors that you WILL see (red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple, pink).

Other Info: Never tie any of your colors together. Your "no show" colors (brown) will be tied onto only. If you tie any other colors together, you've made a mistake.

Step by Step

Step 1

Order your strings: Red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple, pink, brown, brown.

Step 2

Take your PINK strings and tie f/k across the 2 brown strings. Pink should now be on the left.

Step 3

Take purple and tie f/k across the BROWN STRINGS ONLY! DO NOT TIE ONTO THE PINK STRING!

Step 4

Take blue and tie f/k onto the BROWN STRINGS ONLY! DO NOT TIE ONTO THE PURPLE OR PINK STRINGS! IF YOU DO, UNDO THOSE KNOTS!

Step 5

Tie f/k with your remaining colors onto the 2 BROWN STRINGS so that your order of strings is like this:
Brown, brown, red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple, pink.

Step 6

Tie BACKWARD KNOTS with the red string onto the first brown string, then the second one. Red should now be on the left side again. Tie b/k with orange, yellow, etc. until all your colors have tied b/k across the brown strings. The order of strings should be: Red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple, pink, brown, brown.

Repeat these steps until the bracelet is as long as you like. This is a rather fast bracelet, if you need to make on on short notice. Enjoy this pattern!

Videos




Editors

The original author of this tutorial is kallum, but it has also been edited by Foz, princess_5775, Swh98, lorie, Alicat, kleinevos and KnotAddicted. The tutorial was last updated 3 years ago.

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