How to make a Nautical Knot Bracelet

Viviana Soler4 comments

Good morning ladies! Today's DIY Thursday! The one day of the week we come up with a short & sweet beading tutorial for you to enjoy.  When we first started publishing our jewelry tutorials we could have never imagined we would be where we are today.  We used to make the tutorials on a whim, when inspiration hit. While that was much easier, it left us feeling unprofessional. Mainly because it allowed us to skip a week here and there, and we had no consistency.  This went on for a year until I finally kicked myself for not sticking to a schedule.  The result was this:

I made a promise to myself that I wouldn't break our Thursday schedule no matter what.  Keep in mind that I don't do this by myself, Yesenia makes the jewelry, Judy poses for the pictures and now Jose films and edits the videos ( a task that I've been lucky enough to be able to delegate!)  But none of this would've happened if I hadn't stopped fooling around and gotten serious about our blog and DIY's.  This is a business after all :)  And there you go, fast forward to today and we haven't missed a DIY Thursday deadline to date! Yay!!

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Today's beading technique is a really simple Nautical Knot.  They're incredibly easy to make, so you could probably make 5 of these in one sitting.  


The materials needed are:

1- Cord

2- End cord

3- Flat Nose Pliers

4- Jump Rings

5- Clasps



Comments (4)

Noemi Rivera

Esta muy bello! Gracias

Sofia otero

Muy bueno!!! Le dan deseos de empezar la tarea rápidamente. Sigan adelante.


A cool bracelet! The video makes me want to make one (or more) right now! Thanks.

Maria medina

There beautifull i like them i want to learn how to do them

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