Posted by: Rizza | July.20.2008

Friendship bracelet book

My big sister found this instructions book by Camilla Gryski (1993) from the local library. It’s a little older than the Klutz (1996) book but it contains nice patterns. I like the ones that combine two bracelets together. Like combining two chevrons side-by-side to make a thicker bracelet with a W pattern. But of course I made one that is entirely different from the ones included in the book. I made a double zig-zag pattern, creating an open-diamond bracelet. I like the illusion of a wider/thicker bracelet without actually using a lot of thread. I’ve not finished it but I can’t wait to post the picture.

Here’s the book
friendship bracelets by gryski

I searched through Half.com and you can buy this book for as cheap as $0.75!

For the double zig-zag bracelet, here’s what I have so far:
friendship bracelets by gryski

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  1. [...] Double zig-zag Here’s the double zig-zag bracelet I mentioned in my previous post: [...]

  2. Yeah I found this book at my library bout a year ago and its helped me alot with making bracelets

  3. WOW U SHOULD PUT A POST ON YOUR SITE ON HOW TO MAKE THOSE BRACELETS THEN I WOULD BE YOUR TOP FAN. DUDE I LOVE THE BRACELETS YOU MADE. IT ROCKS!!

  4. I LOVE UR DOUBLE ZIG ZAG!!!! IT’S SO AWESOME!!!!!

  5. u said that u used a klutz book too.
    what is the book called?
    wow. u made lots of bracelets.
    that must have taken forever!
    i wish i could make those.

    =]


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