- I attached a large button on the end and began to wrap around my wrist as many times as it was comfortable to see the appropriate length and started stringing my little buttons on. No measured spaces or anything just going with the flow.
- Buttons were added to the thin orange part of the yarn as I knew I had planned to overlap because the yarn was very thin in places.
- Once all that was done I got wrapping and found a comfortable space to create a loop for my button to go through and made a simple fixed loop knot – like a slip knot only it doesn’t move.
I tried untangling the Hank of sari yarn and it was an absolute disaster so I ended up cutting them up and separating the colours to make different items. I loved these reds so I left the continuous reds still connected.
- Get a bangle.
- Dab some hot glue and get wrapping.
Tacky would have also worked on this particular type of bracelet. (This is the creation of the above bangle in the watch shot)
This is the full hank of yarn in all its glory in a bowl. I loved the colours!
A shot of another simply wrapped bracelet. I have enough yarn from this hank to make another 10 at least but I won’t wear them so I will think of other uses.
I’ve actually just been looking through the website for Home crafts and I am actually really impressed. Not just because I got yarn for making things, but because the site has guides to download on different techniques, pretty much every type of crafting supply including glass work, ceramics, yarn, clock making and cane works AND loads and loads of regular craft supplies. There’s a danger I will end up spending a small fortune here.