Divine Bracelet stack
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Bracelet 1: Cut 2 x 40cm pieces of cord. Loop one of the cords throught the hole of the cloud charm connector. Fold in half and make it level. Start your macrame knoting from the loop end, until a desired length is reached (half way around your wrist) not forgetting space for the sliding knot. Then secure the knot by glueing or singeing the ends. Repeat steps 1-3 on the other side (make sure you do the same amount of knots so it is even). Now cut a new piece of cord approx. 30cm long and tie over BOTH sets of centre threads. Tie another few square knots (maybe about 10 complete V knots), then secure the cord by glueing or singeing the ends as before. Add the hematite beads to the ends of the dangly cords and tie a knot to secure.
Bracelet 2: Thread a metal tube bead, followed by 3 semi-precious beads with a small hematite bead between each one and another tube bead. Repeat this patttern until the bracelet reaches your desired length. Tie the elastic and cut off any excess. Add a dab of glue or clear nail varnish for extra security.
Bracelet 3: Thread a metal bead, followed by a semi-precious beads, a small hematite bead and another semi-precious bead. Repeat this patttern until the bracelet reaches your desired length. Tie the elastic and cut off any excess. Add a dab of glue or clear nail varnish for extra security.
Bracelet 4: Thread a Tube bead on to a piece of cord approx. 50cm long and place it in the centre. On either side thread 2 semi-precious beads, 1 hematite bead, 2 semi-precious beads, 1 hematite bead, 2 semi-precious beads, 1 hematite bead and 1 semi-precious bead. Cross the ends over and create a sliding square knot fastening. Cut the ends to your desired length and tie a hematite bead to each end.
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