Hello and welcome to Hobby Point channel! Today we are going to needle tat another bracelet. For that we will need: thread, a long needle with a narrow eye, a crochet hook, a needle threader, scissors, a clasp, 2 metal rings, some chain, pliers, some glue and a brush. So, shall we begin? Thread your needle. Leave a thread tail about 1 m from the point where our first double stitch will be. Hold the needle with your right hand, place and fix the thread next to the needle. Grab the thread that is going to the ball with your left hand. Index finger of your left hand goes under the thread and loops it around. The needle goes under the thread that is closer to you from left to right. Pull the finger out and slide the formed loop onto the needle. This is the first half of the double stitch. For the second half of the stitch, the thread goes around my thumb and index finger, and this time we grab the back thread from behind, from right to left. Our first double stitch is finished. Let’s make another double stitch. First half – grab the thread that is closer to you. Second half – grab the back thread. Let’s make 4 stitches more, each of which consists of two halves. Now, make the first half of the double stitch and leave some space in between the previous stitch and the new one (about 5-6 millimeters). Hold the first half with the index finger of your right hand and finish up with the second half of the double stitch. Slide the stitches together, and you’ll end up with a little picot. Keep alternating stitches and picots as it’s shown at the right top corner. Numbers indicate the number of stitches, each of which consists of 2 halves, and letter П stands for picot. Now we are going to make a ring. To do that, hold the stitches with your left hand, and pull out the needle with your right hand. At the beginning of the chain you’ll see a loop. Run the needle up through the loop, and close the ring. Once the ring is closed, we need to tie it off. Turn it around, run your needle under the thread that is going to the ball and tie a knot. Look at your first ring attentively. The ring is not symmetrical as at the beginning of the chain we made 6 stitches and at the end only 4. The next ring should be tatted next to the side where we have 4 stitches. So, make 4 stitches. Then using a crochet hook, pull the thread through the picot of the first ring and loop it on your needle. Now we should do 3 double stitches, but after such a joint, we will not do the first half of the stitch. Instead, we will do the second half right away. The joint and the second half of the stitch will look like a double stitch together. To complete the ring, tat the remaining stitches and picots according to the scheme above. СП stands for the joint. Tighten your ring and don’t forget to tie a knot. The third ring will be symmetrical to the first one. Tat it as shown on the scheme above joining it to the second ring after first 4 double stitches. Now let’s make a chain that will consist of 7 stitches. Pull the needle through the stitches. You don’t need to go through the loop. Slightly tighten the chain to form a little bend and tie a knot. The next ring will join the previous one after first 5 stitches. Let’s tat another ring. This time we will not join it to the previous one. Let’s make another chain with a picot in the middle. Now we are going to make the central ring joining it to the previous ring. After the joint, we should make six triplets of stitches divided by picots, and then 6 stitches more. On the scheme, the part that should be repeated 6 times is marked with asterisks. We end up with a long chain on our needle so it can be a little difficult to slide them off the needle all at once so you might want to slide them off in parts. Now we should make the same elements but in the reverse order. Make the same 3 rings as at the very beginning of our work. Let’s make symmetrical elements as on the other side of the bracelet. Our last ring should be joined to the very first one. For that make 7 stitches, picot, 3 stitches. Then fold the bracelet in half and make a joint. Tat the remaining 5 stitches and tighten the ring. Let’s make the final element – a small chain. Since the thread that goes to the ball is behind the work, we should tat stitches behind the knitting as well. Cut off the thread, join the chain to the first ring and tie a knot. Hide the ends with the help of needle threader. Run the needle threader through several stitches, thread it, and pull it through the stitches. Hold the stitches with your fingers so that they don’t stretch out. Carefully cut off the ends. Now let’s finish the bracelet by adding more elements on the sides. Let’s make a chain, a ring, and another chain. Run your needle through the picot from the bottom upwards and make 6 stitches, a picot, 6 stitches. Pull the needle and make a fixing knot. Then run your needle through the middle picot of the ring and make a ring according to the scheme. As usual, pull the needle, run it through the loop at the base of the ring, make a fixing knot, then make another chain. Run the needle through the picot that the chain should join and make a fixing knot. Cut the thread off and hide the ends. Thread your needle again, and make another chain of 7 stitches. Join it to the picot of the ring, Make a fixing knot and run your needle through the picot to the other side so that the next stitches are not twisted. Make a chain of 12 stitches. Join it to the next picot, make a fixing knot, and again run the needle through the picot to the other side. Make another chain of 7 stitches. Join it to the picot and make a fixing knot. Cut off the thread and hide the ends. Make the same elements on the other side of the bracelet. Before we add a clasp and chain, we should firm the tatting. To do this, take some glue and slightly dilute it with water. A teaspoonful of water for a teaspoon of glue. The items should be placed on a flat clean surface. I use a plain transparent file. Gently apply glue with a brush. And leave the items to dry. If you want to speed up the process, you can dry them with a hairdryer. When our bracelet dry up, you can attach a clasp and chain. That’s it – the bracelet is ready. If you’ve enjoyed this video, hit the like button below and subscribe to our channel not to miss our next video!