A knotted Pearl Bracelet

I tied the cords on using square knots.

I tied the cords on using square knots.

I then put a bead up on the middle string.

I then put a bead up on the middle string.

Using the threads closest to the bead do a square knot over the middle thread to encase the bead.

Using the threads closest to the bead do a square knot over the middle thread to encase the bead.

To bring the other cords down I did 2 square knots on each of the outer threads. The knots are now all level.

To bring the other cords down I did 2 square knots on each of the outer threads. The knots are now all level (ish).

I know brought up a bead on the left hand thread, securing in place with another square knot. I then pull the bead up on the right hand thread.

I now brought up a bead on the left hand thread, securing in place with another square knot. I then pull the bead up on the right hand thread.

This is then repeated again with the middle thread. Continue in this way until the bracelet is long enough to fit.

This is then repeated again with the middle thread. Continue in this way until the bracelet is long enough to fit.

Finish with a middle bead. On each of the outside threads do 2 square knots as at the other end.

Finish with a middle bead. On each of the outside threads do 2 square knots as at the other end.

Bring all the threads with the beads on together, along with the two inner satin cords.With the outside threads tie 2 square knots.

Bring all the threads with the beads on together, along with the two inner satin cords. With the outside threads tie 2 square knots.

Apply glue to each end to secure.

Apply glue to each end to secure.

Finish off with the findings

Finish off with the findings

Finished with the findings.

Finished with the findings.

I am very pleased with this :)

I am very pleased with this 🙂

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