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Topic: Sort of Chan Luu Inspired Wrap Bracelet w/ link to tutorial  (Read 2013 times)
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« on: September 10, 2011 04:23:56 PM »

This bracelet was inspired by a combo of Chan Luu and Free People. No fancy beads of anything, just plain, simple macrame, made from kitchen string. It only took about a couple of hours. You only need string and scissors to make it; the clasp is just a loop and a knot, like a toggle. I might add some hex nuts or beads or something for a bit of shine and so it won't be so plain.

Despite being so plain, I still really love it. I'll probably layer it with a bunch of other bracelets. You can find the tutorial here: http://chewynoodles.blogspot.com/2011/09/wrap-bracelet-tutorial.html

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« Reply #1 on: September 10, 2011 06:48:36 PM »

I love the look of this stitch with kitchen twine!  I have made many bracelets like this with hemp (summer camp counselor here Cheesy), but the kitchen string is very clean and crisp.  Is it scratchy at all?
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