At last a photo tutorial on how to make a simple macramé bracelet. This tutorial uses the square knot which is one of the most used knots in macramé, so it’s definitely the place to start. If you master this knot then you can make countless variations of bracelets.
You will need: glue, scissors, approximately 15 small metal beads, approximately 180cms waxed cotton cord cut into three pieces, 125cms, 35cms and 20cms, the shortest piece is used last.
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I’ve just got involved with a great project based on the outskirts of Stirling. Creative in Callander is a venture that links around 40 artists and makers in the area and brings together their works in a shop. It’s been on the go since June 2013 and many of the artists take turns to staff the shop, I had my first stint this week and I think I made a good shop assistant!
If you’re through in Callander then why not pop in for a look as there really are some great, unique pieces in there and you’d be supporting a great cause.