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A homemade loom instructions below Some notes: Embroidery floss can be found at any craft store. It usually comes in packs of various colors, or you can buy separate skeins. To avoid getting everything tangled I made myself a simple cardboard loom.
Choose a Short Name! Letters and numbers can quickly fill up the space on a bracelet. Making the Cardboard Loom Get a piece of cardboard a side of a box will do of about 12 x 12 inches.
On the top edge, cut a 1-inch slit in the middle. Cut 11 evenly spaced 1-inch slits along the bottom edge. Measure the string from fingertips to elbow. Fold the five strings in half.
If this is your first name bracelet, keep it simple and pick just two colors: Once you do that, double it and cut that length. Repeat this process until you have five pieces this length. In my example, the letters will be pink.
For an adult wrist, measure from your fingertips to your elbows and then add another half-length of thread. Now, hold the floss that will be your background color and pull out some string. In my example, the background color will be light green. You will be using this color the most, so you need plenty of it.
Take your background color and make a knot at the top. You may find this knot helpful to tie your bracelet onto your wrist later. You should have 11 strings total depending on the size bracelet you are making.
Put the knot into the top slit of your cardboard loom. Place each of the other strings into slits along the bottom of your loom and make sure your background color string is in the slit all the way on the left.
Join the floss together before making the knot. This is what your string should look like after you make the knot at the top. Remember, you should have 11 strings altogether. Two Knots You Must Learn!
Before doing anything else, make sure you know how to do these two knots. The instructions on this site are really helpful! Put your knot into the top slit of your loom. Separate the strings and pull each one down into its own slit.
Make sure to put the background colored string into the slit all the way to the left as shown. How to Begin a Friendship Bracelet The first step is to make a few rows.
These rows make the background on one end of the bracelet before the letters. I usually start out with five rows of the background color. To make a row, take your background color light green and make a forward knot with the string to the right of it.
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Archive of freely downloadable fonts. Browse by alphabetical listing, by style, by author or by popularity. Chantry’s choreographic imagination, based as it is on the classical vocabulary — and on Piper’s technique in particular — again defaults to a display that is more alphabet than lexicon.
Chantry appears to have got his creative process the wrong way round.