Before You Start
With a simple knot and weaving technique, learn how to make a bracelet with our super soft Silk Cloud Yarn.
Step By Step
- Darn Good Yarn Lace Weight Silk Yarn
- Base yarn of your choosing (in our pictures, we did a smaller version with a blue base yarn, and a thicker version with a white base yarn!)
Cut your base yarn into a 60 inch length strand, fold it in half, and tie a knot at the fold, creating a loop. Tape the top of the loop down onto a table.
Cut 3 of your favorite colors from the Silk Cloud Sampler Pack into 60 inch length strands, and lay them horizontally under your base yarn.
Bring the top strand of Silk Cloud Yarn over all of the other 3 yarns on the right side (the 2 other Silk Cloud Yarns and the Base Yarn), and under the 4 strands of yarn (3 Wilk Cloud Yarns and 1 Base Yarn) on the left.
Pull this strand tightly to the top and the left
Repeat Steps 4 + 5 on with the top strand of Silk Cloud Yarn on the left side
Repeat Steps 4-6 with one color, until you have reached the desired thickness for that color block
Repeat steps 4-6 for each of the consecutive colors of the Silk Cloud Yarn
You can repeat the color blocks as well!
Tie a simple knot at the end
You can slip the knot through the loop you created at the beginning, almost acting as a hook!
Next Weeks Tutorial
Next week, we’ll be taking our weaving and knotting techniques to the next step with our Recycled Sari Silk Dreamcatcher!