Easy-to-follow instructions for knotted bracelets with embroidery floss. Colorful bracelets are fun for kids and teens
Friendship knows no boundaries--it covers the world. It comes in all languages. The idea of making a bracelet to celebrate and share friendship began in Central and South America. The legend of the wish began with the bracelets: One person makes a bracelet and ties it around the arm of a friend, who makes a wish. When the bracelet falls off by itself, the wish will come true
Friendship Bracelets 101 is filled with all the basics you need to get started making friendship bracelets. Color photos and step-by-step instructions make it easy for the beginner, and a variety of fun designs and knots will keep you learning and creating.
- Step-by-step instructions
- Clear knotting diagrams
- Inspirational color photos of finished bracelets
- Learn to make bracelets, headbands, barrettes, coin purses, and keychains
- Patterns for braiding chevrons, stripes, waves, zigzags, diamonds, and more
- Inexpensive, easy-to-find embroidery floss and cotton thread are all the materials you need
Make a unique gift to share with friends at school or church, or with your club or team mates, with Friendship Bracelets 101
Suzanne McNeill is often known as "the Trendsetter" of the arts and crafts industry. Dedicated to hands-on creativity, she constantly tests, experiments and invents something new and fun. Suzanne is the creative woman behind Design Originals, a publishing company dedicated to all things fun and creative. She is an artist, designer, publisher, TV personality, columnist, art instructor, author and lover of everything hands-on.