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      Question How do I make a twisted cord bracelet please?


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      Please can someone help me? I want to make some twisted satin cord bracelets to raise funds for an animal charity, I have bought them ready made in the past but I'm sure it would work out much more cost effective to make them myself.

      I have looked for tutorial videos on the internet but haven't found one. The type I have bought it made from a single strand of satin rattail cord (I undid one to check) and it has a loop and a know at either end. I've attached a photo of the type I'm referring to.

      Any help would be much appreciated.


      Thanks in advance.
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      I take it you are new to the forum so welcome.

      I don't know whether this helps

      http://flutterbypatch.blogspot.co.uk...-cord.html?m=1

      I found it via Pinterest (my favourite crafty goodness in the whole world). There are loads of other pins, but I'm in a bit of a rush. Good luck!

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      Welcome to the forum. I have the Kreinik twisted cord maker. You can buy them from Amazon and eBay, think they cost about £11 or so.

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      Hiya chuck and welcome.
      Two and two make four...........but now and then they add up to three and occasionally, just occasionally its five !

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