DIY: Spiral Thread Bracelet

DIY Spiral Thread Bracelet

Threads, such as embroidery floss, can do amazing and creative things, not just embroideries and stitches, but also home decorations, chain accessories, wrapped headphones, dream catcher, wrapped sandal straps, wrapped hanger, map artwork, wrapped jars and vases, bookmarks and a lot more! But we’re not just talking about these things. We’ll be transforming a simple thread into a meaningful thread. With the knots that a thread can make, we can claim each of the knots as a sign of friendship. Plus, we can wear them anytime because we’re going to make a knotted thread bracelet, or what we call, spiral thread bracelet.

 

1. Prepare all the materials needed. This includes embroidery floss, scissors and safety pin.

Spiral Thread Bracelet DIY step 1

 

2. Get four or more colors of threads and cut them measuring one meter each.

Spiral Thread Bracelet DIY step 2

 

3. Merge the four threads and let them meet their ends.

Spiral Thread Bracelet DIY step 3

 

4. On the other end where the threads were folded, create a loop.

Spiral Thread Bracelet DIY step 4

 

5. Fasten the threads on a locked fabric using the safety pin on the threads’ loop. Mine was pinned to the sheet of my bed.

Spiral Thread Bracelet DIY step 5

 

6. Separate one color of thread to the others. This will be your first color.

Spiral Thread Bracelet DIY step 6

 

7. Tie the first color around the other colors of thread.

Spiral Thread Bracelet DIY step 7

 

8. Tighten the knot and pull it upward.

Spiral Thread Bracelet DIY step 8

 

9. Do ten knots with the first color.

Spiral Thread Bracelet DIY step 9

 

10. Choose your second color and do another ten knots.

Spiral Thread Bracelet DIY step 10

 

11. Pick the third color and tie it ten times.

Spiral Thread Bracelet DIY step 11

 

12. Do the same thing on the last color of thread.

Spiral Thread Bracelet DIY step 12

 

13. Continue working on your bracelet until you reached the length of the bracelet you wanted.

Spiral Thread Bracelet DIY step 13

 

14. If you think that the length of the bracelet is enough, lock your work by creating a big knot using all of the threads.

spiral Thread Bracelet DIY step 14

 

15. Remove the safety pin and insert the excess thread on the loop.

spiral Thread Bracelet DIY step 15

 

16. Make a knot on the loop to let the excess threads slide in and out.

spiral Thread Bracelet DIY step 16

 

17. While the excess threads are adjustable, wear it on your hand, not on your wrist, and mark its measure on the excess threads.

spiral Thread Bracelet DIY step 17

 

18. Create tie on the mark. This will serve as the lock of the bracelet.

spiral Thread Bracelet DIY step 18

 

19. Cut the excess threads.

spiral Thread Bracelet DIY step 19

 

20. Your spiral thread bracelet is now done and ready to be used.

spiral Thread Bracelet DIY step 20

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