All About Friendship Bracelets

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HISTORY OF THE FRIENDSHIP BRACELET

The history suggests that a friendship bracelet is given as a sign of friendship. It is intended to be tied on the wrist of a friend and worn continually as a symbol of lasting friendship. You can also select colors for a friendship bracelet that reflect the character traits of the intended recipient.

Pink ~ Kind
Red ~ Honest
Orange ~ Energetic
Yellow ~ Cheerful
Green ~ Responsible
Blue ~ Loyal
Black ~ Strong


Others also say that while the recipient is having the bracelet tied on their wrist by their friend to make a wish. Traditionally, the bracelet is meant to be kept on the wrist until it's worn and disintegrates naturally. At that time the wish is supposed to come true. 
Today friendship bracelets seem to be appearing on the wrists of everyone from children to adults.




Places Where You Can Find Friendship Bracelet Patterns & Information


I use various websites to find ideas for my bracelet patterns. All these sites have great pattern ideas, and tutorials for all the patterns ranging from easy to advanced. Some of these website include:

I also found some great tutorial videos on Youtube. 

How to make the four basic knots





Friendship Bracelets: Materials & Accessories







Lark's Head Knot







How to Make a Friendship Bracelet Adjustable






Macrame/Square Knot Buckle

(3 Videos)












A Few of My Favorite Patterns









Here are some of my recent friendship bracelets.

First I have a set of four bracelets inspired by Harry Potter.

GRYFFINDOR: Scarlet Red and Gold ~ bravery and fairness.
HUFFLEPUFF: Yellow and Black ~ hard work, patience and loyalty.
RAVENCLAW: Blue and Bronze ~ intelligence.
SLYTHERIN: Emerald Green and Silver ~ ambition and competence.


Which house are you? Don't know...take the Hogwarts House Sorting Quiz HERE.



If you would like to purchase this set you can find them in my ETSY Shop.

Next I have a basic chevron pattern bracelet, in which I used 5 different shades of green and white embroidery floss to make a ombre or gradient look.




Finally I have an arrowhead bracelet. If you would like to learn how to make this pattern Beyond Bracelets has a wonderful tutorial on Youtube which you can find HERE. 







This Breast Cancer Awareness bracelet pattern is from Braceletbook.com.



This bracelet is from Friendship-Bracelets.net




Pattern #6912




This Chevron bracelet pattern is from BraceletBook.com



Click the link below to view the tutorial

Pattern #4319



Here is a great tutorial for a chevron pattern friendship bracelet I found on DeviantArt. I realize that it is a little difficult to see, however if you click on the link at the bottom of the picture it will take you to the original image that is much larger.

Image from llifi-kei.deviantart.com



If you would like to see some more friendship bracelet patterns, please visit my Pinterest Board Crafts: Embroidery Friendship Bracelets/Embroidery Projects. Hope you have enjoyed learning about friendship bracelets.

Jenn 



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