Today we’ll show you another design that’s just as easy and cool looking as our previous one. Grab a pair of scissors and some rope and follow along.
How To Create a Nautical Bracelet, Part 2
- Nylon cord: 1 yard (available at any craft or hardware store).
1: Start by wrapping the cord around your wrist 4 times. Add an extra inch on one end and cut.
2: On one end make an oysterman’s knot.
3: On the other end make an angler’s knot (if your cord is too thick, just use a simple loop knot).
4: Cut any excess cord (don’t cut too close to the knot!), and carefully burn the edges with a lighter, this way you’ll avoid any frilling.
5: Wear it and go fishing!
Wasn’t it easy? Now that you’re acquainted with all of these knots, you should make some extra bracelets for your friends!
Project Credit: Meiku Designs