What you need: • • • • Embroidery floss in your choice of colors: This pattern calls for three colors: yellow

(1), blue (2), and pink (3). Masking tape, a safety pin and pillow, or a clipboard Scissors

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Things to know before you begin:
This pattern uses all four knots: forward (F), backward (B), forward/backward (FB), and backward/forward (BF). Instructions for the knots and starting and finishing instructions are here.

Step 1
Cut strands to desired length. . For this particular pattern, 65 inches will produce approximately a 6 ½ inch (including loop and knot) tight bracelet.

Step 2
Fold strands in half and make a loop and knot at the top. Pin the knot to your workstation pillow.

Step 3
Arrange colors: 112233. Yellow will be used first.

Step 4.
Starting with the leftmost yellow strand, make five forward knots.

Step 5.
Continue making five forward knots with each strand on the left until you reach the last blue strand.

Step 6
With the last blue strand, make four forward knots and one forward/backward knot.

Step 7.
With the same blue strand, make four backward knots.

Step 8.
Starting with the right blue strand, make five backward knots. Continue making five backward knots with each of the strands on the right until you get to the last yellow strand.

Step 9.
With the last yellow strand, make four backward knots and one backward/forward knot.

Step 10.
Using the same yellow strand, make four forward knots.

Step 11.
Repeat from Step 5 until you have reached your desired bracelet length. Try to finish with the same strand that you first started with.

Step 12.
Divide the strands into two sections, and braid each group.

What you need:

Embroidery floss in your choice of colors:

The Chevron can be made using at least two colors or as many as you would

like. This pattern calls for five colors: blue (1), rust (2), yellow (3), green (4), and brown (5).

Masking tape, a safety pin and pillow, or a clipboard • Scissors

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Things to know before you begin:
The knots used are forward (F) and backward. (B)

Step 1
Cut strands to desired length. For this particular pattern, 50 inches will produce approximately a 5 inch (including loop and knot) tight bracelet.

Step 2
Fold strands in half and make a loop and knot at the top. Pin the knot to your workstation pillow.

Step 3
Arrange colors: 12345 54321. The outer strands (blue) will be used first.

Step 4
Starting on the right and using the blue strand, make four backward knots.

Step 5
From the left with the blue strand, make five forward knots. The fifth knot will join the blue strands which should now be in the center. The color arrangement will be 23451 15432.

Step 6
Continue steps 4 and 5 until you reach the desired bracelet length.

Step 7
Divide the strands into two sections, and braid each group.

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