HEART BRACELET || Friendship Bracelets

HEART BRACELET || Friendship Bracelets


Hi everyone! My name is Masha Knots and in this video I’ll teach you to make this simple bracelet with hearts.
Threads of two colors, scissors and also a clipboard, a safety pin or tape. You can secure your bracelet with tape on any flat surface. You can pin it down with a safety pin to jeans, a pillow or any soft surface. For this bracelet we need four threads of each color. I’m going to cut about a meter of each. I cut the threads and made this loop. If you don’t know how to make such I loop I suggest you watch my video on it. The link is on your screen and in the description box. I prefer using a clipboard so I secured my bracelet with it. Divide the threads into two groups. Sort the threads out like so. Notice that the left part is a mirror image of the right. On the sides I have pink threads. The hearts will be pink and the yellow is for the background. This bracelet can be made using the pattern. The link to the pattern is in the description box. If you don’t know how to read patterns I suggest you watch my video on it. The link is on your screen and in the description box below. I’ll teach you how to make this bracelet without using the pattern. For this you need to be able to make forward and backward knots. If you don’t know how to make knots in bracelets I suggest you watch my video where I show how to do exactly that. The link is on the screen and in the description box. I already made a couple of rows for you to understand what the bracelet will look like. We have two main threads in this bracelet. First lets concentrate on the left part so put the right part away. Concentrate on the left part. Take the main thread and make forward knots on all of the other threads one by one. Then bring the right part back and make backward knots with the main thread onto all the other threads one by one. Then, join the two halves by making a knot between the pink threads. We have finished the first row. The second row is exactly the same as the first. But this time the main threads are the yellow ones. Let’s work with the left part. Make forward knots onto each of the other threads with the yellow thread. Put the left part aside and return the right one. Make backward knots onto every thread with the yellow thread one by one. Then join the two halves with a knot between the two yellow threads. The first two rows are finished. Now we make a special row. It is a bit different from the other ones. First let’s concentrate on the left part. Put the right part away. Take the second thread in this row, the yellow one and make a backward knot onto the pink one. Now make a forward knot with the pink thread onto the other pink thread and then onto the yellow one. We’ve finished working with the left part. Bring the right one back. We do the same thing with the right part. Take the yellow thread and make a forward knot onto the pink one. Then put it aside and make a backward knot with the pink thread onto the other pink thread and then onto the yellow one. And finally join the two halves. We’ve finished the third row of our bracelet. The fourth row is the same as the third. Take the left part and make a backward knot with the pink onto the yellow thread then make forward knot with the yellow thread onto the others. Bring the right part back. Make a forward knot with the red thread onto the yellow one. And backward knots with the yellow thread onto the rest. Join the two halves. We’ve finished the fourth row of our friendship bracelet. We don’t have any more rows. To finish the bracelet just continue making the rows one by one. Good luck! I finished the bracelet with a braid tie. If you don’t know how to make such a tie you should watch my video on it. The link is on the screen and in the description box. If you liked this video give it a thumbs up! and subscribe. Bring your friends along! It’s much more fun knotting together. Join my VK group and join me in other social networks all the links are in the description box. Happy knotting! My name is Masha Knots. Bye!

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