From an old, broken jeans I cut two pieces of band. On one piece there were 2 knots and on another piece 2 holes. Was that a good time!
I wrapped the pieces around my wrist and measure where I should sew the 2 pieces together, so that the buttons and buttonholes were placed exactly above each other. This can close the bracelet.
The 2 pieces I sewed so - manually, because I can't handle a sewing machine and I don't have it - to each other.
Back then, the bracelet was boring. So I wanted to make it up. But how! Suddenly I had it: With králen!
Once, I made necklaces and bracelets that I never wore again. I took it apart, and with needle and thread I fixed a few on the bracelet. On the part where the buttonholes are.
And so the result arose!
Maybe now you're thinking, “This is already being done a lot!” - Right. But this is my #boho bracelet, just the way I want it. Not too busy, but nice summers. Get there spontaneously #summervibes of.
How to fix the beads
That's what this lady shows in her playlist. The bottom line is that you string three on your thread each time, stick the needle down directly behind it and pull three beads back up again. Next, you pass the needle through the three beads. By the way, I taped the big beads with tacky glue. (I didn't have seconds glue in the house, otherwise I would have done it with that. Be careful with that!)