I know this knot fabric covered bracelet isn't a new idea. In fact, this was the first item that I saw somewhere and thought to myself, "Hey! I can figure out how to make these on my own!" And I did. And I was proud and loved them and made them as necklaces for whoever wanted them in tons of different colors. The fact that I never did a blog post is kind of funny to me, but I didn't.
This is the first time I made them as bracelets, so there's room for improvement, but I will do the best I can in breaking it down for you, so you can make them and send them to Andrea to give them out for this cause, too!
Here are some supplies you need in addition to fabric!
5 wooden beads
2 -14inch ribbons
Strip of fabric 3.5 inches x 23inches
large safety pin
Cut your fabric. Fold your fabric in half and sew down one side.
Tie a knot in the center.
Sew this down over the ribbon. Backstitching at the ends.
And you're done!
Let me know if you make one! You can post it to the DBS Flickr pool! I'd love to see them!
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