DIY Netted Stone Friendship Bracelets

DIY Netted Stone Friendship Bracelets


Hi everyone I’m Daniela and welcome back to another project. This week I’m so excited about this one, it is a macrame friendship bracelet and you probably already know how much I love friendship bracelets. The main
point of this one is the net part around the rock, it may seem hard to make, but I promise
is really simple. Also this bracelet uses the same wrapping technique as my wrap friendship
bracelet I will also leave the link in the description box if you want to check it out and let’s get
started! You will need: a clipboard , waxed cotton cord, some small stones, I’m using
fish tank ones, scissors, and a button. Cut two strands with one meter of cord and fold
it in half, cut another strand with two meters, this is the one we will be using to wrap the
whole bracelet, and fold it along with the other two, leaving the excess cord to one
side, like so. Knot the cords together at the middle leaving a loop big enough to fit
your button through, clip the cords in place find the longer cord and start wrapping it
around once the bracelet reaches almost half the size of your wrist tie the cord around to make the net part divide the cords intro pairs and make a knot on each two close to the top Now, separate the cords again and take one cord
from one knot and another cord from the other and tie those two together Do the same thing again now just take the last two cords and tie those together as well Do another row of knots with the same technique and try it to see if your rock fits Mine was not that big so the 3 rows were enough, but just make another row or two if you have a bigger rock. Find the longer cord again use it to tie the strand together and wrap it around until
the length on this side of the bracelet matches the other side once that is enough tie the cord around and add a button As you can see I had to break the center part of my button to fit, but if
you have one that works go ahead and use it Cut the excess cord and, your bracelet
is ready! Ok guys thank you so much for watching, as you can see I made 3 versions of this bracelet
in 3 different color combinations but my favorite is definitely the white one, let
me know with one is your favorite and if you try this diy, send me a picture on instagram
because I would love to see it Also, if you are new to this channel and my videos don’t
forget to subscribe and talk to you soon, bye!

77 Comments

  1. Wow in going to do this later on! So creative and this is like beachy/express yourself jewelry! Ty and I subbed ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. I've never even thought of this! I've been wanting to make a bracelet out of the many stones I have, but it was too hard for me with wire. Thank you so much!

  3. very nice DIY netted stone bracelet. I really like it and would like to try making it. but can i also use nylone thread? instead of a cord? ๐Ÿ™‚

  4. Yes! I just found a load of serpentine that I wanted to polish up, but I had no idea what to do with any of it. I was gonna do a necklaces like this, but I'm so happy I found your video. This is so much cuter!

  5. what is the name of type of button you are using? does the type of button you use matter, I'm asking because it seems as if it would be difficult to fit the cord into the two or four hole seen is some buttons online and in store?

  6. I love this bracelet idea but I am confused as to what happened with the long string. you tied the knot for the button and then the long string was added to that knot?

  7. Please check my handmade hemp stone wrap necklace I recently opened my etsy shop every sell is very appreciated
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  8. This is an Awesome Tutorial … I love this bracelet๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜ .. I am gonna make one now๐Ÿ˜˜๐Ÿ˜˜

  9. Can anyone tell me the name of the band in this video? The vocalist sounds so much like the original artist, unless it's just a remix with added vocals.

  10. You can also run individual cords through the holes in that style of button then tie all the cords together underneath the button or you can just tie the cords you've run through the button and dab a bit of jewelry glue around the cords you cut to hold them in place. And yes, jewelry glue is different than Elmer's glue even though it's white. Traditional Elmer's glue is water soluble and could cause your bracelet to fall apart after having gotten wet from hand washing or being exposed on a rainy day, etc. There are different styles of buttons you can use too.

  11. its very pretty, but I just finished making mine and my stone keeps falling out, it only has one knot to it not the extras for a bigger stone (as in the netting part I only did it once), I'm lost as to how they stay ๐Ÿ˜‚

  12. This was really beautiful – and it seems simple enough to accomplish! Probably finding the right spacing for the knots in the netted area would prove the most difficult part. I appreciated your camera angle, as well as your commentary. All that to say, I agree: I like the white one best! ๐Ÿ™‚ Thank you for sharing this with us – I must give it a try! ๐Ÿ™‚ Shannon A.

  13. xD welcome to 2019.
    -Since my present was not that good for my girlfriend i will made this bracelet. But i will not use just a random stone. I will use one special stone that we found in lake 1 year ago. I saved 2 stones (one is her and one is mine). ๐Ÿ™‚

  14. Amethyst เธญเน€เธกเธ—เธดเธชเธญเน€เธกเธ—เธดเธช
    January 3, 2019 at 2:27 pm

    Thx your VDO So USEFUL I have try to do one in 5 min. So easy.

  15. Thank you for this tutorial, can you please make a video with the similar video with the 4 square macrame with a stone. I can't find any video with that type, with a stone.

  16. This would be a good project for young people at summer camp to make with a small stone they found there. What a nice keepsake for their time at camp, would appeal to girls and boys of various ages.

  17. Very simple and look nice.Just few qustions.What material of cords you using?its leather or polister?One more question.How its hold on hand?because its not really adjustable and that tumble look little heavy.btw i am too artist making jewelery from macrame and wire so i just wondering.TQ for answer beautiful Curly Made

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