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Friendship knows no bounds—it covers the world and comes in all languages. Now that the internet has connected us with a host of online friends, the desire for trading and sharing tokens such as friendship bracelets has become more popular than ever. Learn over two dozen braiding techniques and how to use the popular Braiding Wheel in this easy book.
In this book, author Suzanne McNeill shows new ways to knot and twist colorful bracelets—techniques with easy knots and simple wheel weaving techniques.
Knotting a bracelet to celebrate and share friendship began in Central America. Children of Guatemalan weavers use leftover threads to knot colorful bracelets to share with each other and with delighted visitors.
The children loved showing Suzanne how to make the colorful knotted bracelets, and she brought the legend and the basic knotting techniques of how to make these fun and meaningful bracelets home to share with her children and their friends.
"The legend of the friendship wish is that one person makes a knotted bracelet and ties it around the arm of a friend, who makes a wish. When the bracelet falls off by itself, the wish will come true!"
Inside Friendship Bracelets 102, you'll find instructions for French Twist, braiding with 3 or 4 strands, knots, beads, criss cross, zig and zag, strips with 3, 4, or 8 strands, and so much more!