Casual Button Bracelet
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Firstly, place the bar on your wrist and then to make what will be your centre cord the right length, start from the
rectangular hole then loop it around the button and back to the hole. Add 2.5cm extra on the end and then cut to cords this length. (mine was 27.5 cm each in length)
Leaving the bar on the side, fold your centre cord in half to make a loop at one end and 4 cord end at the other.
Next cut 1m of each cord colour (Sand and Brown or any other combo), line the ends up with the other 4 ends, run the meter cord up until you are about 3.5cm from the top of the loop (this will hook round the button)
Making sure it is in the centre of the other 4 cords begin to square knot over the centre cords (6 in total).
Click here to find out how to make square knots
Keep checking the length of the square knot with your button bar and when you are happy with the total length of the Suede Cord. Pick which side you like best and tie the 2 loose ends. Line up all 8 cords and trim them to the same length
Line up all 8 cords (do not worry about the different lengths), trim them so they are 5mm long from the end of your square box knot, for security add a drop of Fevi Kwik
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