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(( Bracelets )) Arroz / Knitted / Camino del Inca Bracelet.

Table of contents
1 - Materails
2 -
Step by Step
   2.0 -
Step 1
   2.1 -
Step 2
   2.2 -
Step 3
   2.3 -
Step 4
   2.4 -
Step 5
   2.5 -
Step 6
   2.6 -
Step 7
   2.7 -
Step 8
2 -
Zig-Zag Variation
3 -
Videos

Materails



Supplies, string (any type of string), something to hold your bracelet still.



This is a beautiful and very easy bracelet :)

Step by Step



Step 1


These are your strings



Step 2


Take the first string on the left (green in the pictures) and make a FBK on the top of the second string (red)




This is how it should look like:


Step 3


Now,take the red string and tie with it a FBK on the top of the orange string



Step 4




Step 5


Once you've done that,do it with all the others strings until you tie (with a FBK) the pink string to the black one



Step 6


Now take the black string and tie a BFK on the top of the pink string



Step 7


Then, you take the pink string and tie it on the top of the purple one... and repeat until you've tied the red string on the top of the green one.



Step 8


And repeat until your bracelets is as long as you want to :)



This is how it's supposed to look at the end (the order of the colours is BLUE BLUE YELLOW YELLOW GREEN GREEN ORANGE ORANGE) :



Zig-Zag Variation



If you want it to be like a "zig-zag",you can repeat steps from 1 to 5 as many times as you want and then do steps 6 and 7 (and repeat)

I MUST SAY this is not a tutorial of my authorship, and the final bracelet (the blue, yellow, green and orange one) is not mine neither, but I liked it and I wanted to put it on the tutorial.

Good Luck!!

Videos





(thanks @K8e92 for the video)

Another video explaining the knitted bracelet, it has english subtitles (esta en espanol)



Editors

The original author of this tutorial is PamRoRoz but it was also edited by RAT_ATTACK, Dodadoo, Jeckle, maggienator, legogirly2, Alicat, moonaaxo, Ukiedancer and nat17100.

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