How to Make a Square Knot Bracelet – Video Instruction

Best gift idea & video tutorial to learn how to make a chic Square Knot Bracelet.

Braided Square Knot · Charm Bracelets · Sailing dreams 

Braided bracelets were mostly worn by teens as best friend bracelets. But as time goes by, they do become grown up and find a place in the fashion world and adult wardrobes.

Ordinary people or celebrities, all wear braided bracelet to look chic or, as its original use, to honor friendship and love, or amazingly both ways.

Braided bracelets go well with metallic accessories

Stacked or worn alone, braided bracelet can style with any dress code on various occasions, be it a working place or a hot party. Undoubtedly, these fashion world necessities will be further valued if they are crafted by your own hand and given as a best friend/lover/mom/dad gift. The receiver would love to wear it every day.

So with no further due, follow our tutorial video below and braid your one of a kind square knot bracelet.

Materials and tools:

1.5m wax string

1 * anchor charm

2 * crimps

1 scissors

Attention: when you tie the square knot, be sure you reverse the way to make the knot one after another (like shown in the following pic). If you keep tying the knot from the same direction, the knotting cord will be spiraling down the middle cord (maybe another style you may like as well).

Square knot

Braid your love into a unique bracelet, and show it to the whole world. Leave us a comment with your own work or share it on our Facebook page (@charmtell).

If there are other DIY bracelets you want to learn, tell us  in your comment and we can make another video for you!

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