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Designing and making your own jewelry is a popular hobby. Basic jewelry making is easy and fun to do with enormously satisfying results in a relatively short period of time. It is arguably one of the most addictive crafts out there.
These macrame earrings are lovely and are made in less than half an hour. They match the bracelet in this tutorial, Make a light and lacy macramé bracelet so if you like a set of macrame earrings with a matching bracelet just grab the tutorials and go ahead creating. When it comes to the beads used, I fell head over heal in love with the large pink ones.
I designed these little hanging decorations to add some colourful, homespun Hooky Goodness to my Christmas Tree this season, but there's no reason why they can't be used all year round and in all sorts of ways. I've had suggestions for using them as baby rattles, baby mobiles, as tags on wrapped gifts, or simply just as little decorative gifts to pass on to friends and family. These are quick and satisfying little things to work up, ideal to use up those little itty bits of stash yarn that you might have lurking somewhere. I personally prefer to use cotton yarn for making decorations (here I've used Rico Creative Cotton ), but any yarn would be fine.
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hola taringeross!...si te gusta hacer pulceras este es tu post!! este es mi primer post...y les dejo unas imagenes para hacer pulceras en macrame!
You should all know by now that we are all about stacking bracelets on our wrists. The more, the better. In fact . . . the most, the best! With that being said, we’ll show you how to master a version of the ever so popular wrap bracelet. It’s so simple and addicting, you’ll soon be churning out these wristlets with your eyes closed. Clearly this arm party train isn’t stopping and it’s about time you get on board!
Step 37 Make sure the last bead is sitting close to the previous bead. Push the bead closer with your finger if it is not close.
I've found another use for my crochet cotton thread - a beaded bracelet. It's great for summer, when you might be getting sweaty, dirty, or jumping in the pool (sea, lake, whatever), because it's washable - so you don't even have to take it off. This pattern could easily be changed to be an anklet or choker. It's a simple single crochet, so you can add stitches to make it wider and rows to make it longer. I used beads for my bracelet, but you can use anything you can string on the thread: beads, buttons, sequins ... use your imagination *and* your stash. I reserve the copyright on the pattern and the instructions (which means you can't reprint this anywhere), but feel free to make all the bracelets you want and do anything you want with them (yep, you can sell them).