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Learn how do make friendship bracelets and start tying today!

Do you like making friendship bracelets? Then BraceletBook is the right site for you. It's full of normal & alpha patterns, both easy and hard. You can use filters to find patterns that match your skills which makes finding the right ones much more easier. BraceletBook also contains a To-Do list. You simply click on the "Add to my To-Do list" button and you'll never forget what bracelet you wanted to make again! If you don't know how to make friendship bracelets, there are lots of tutorials for you to read and learn from. If you want to share your own patterns with the rest of the world, you can simply add it to BraceletBook. Don't want to add new patterns but would like to share photos? No problem, you can simply add a photo to a pattern that already exists on the site! Get Inspired! Originally, these colorful bands were invented by Indians in Central and South America. According to tradition, you tie a bracelet onto the wrist of a friend who may wish for something at that moment. The bracelet should be worn until it is totally worn-out and falls off by itself, at which moment the wish is supposed to come true.

What does BraceletBook.com provide to you?
  1. A huge database with loads of friendship bracelet patterns (both alpha and normal).
  2. Tutorials, so you can learn how to make friendship bracelets.
  3. A lot of tools to make friendship bracelet patterns. You can create those patterns from images, font files, or even use your mouse to draw them on your own.
  4. Photos of friendship bracelets. You can see how they'll look before you start tying one.
  5. Videos on how to make friendship bracelets.
  6. Your own profile, so you can share all of your patterns, photos, videos, and more...
  7. To-do list to save the patterns you don't have time for yet.
And a lot more ...

How was the pattern generator born?
The initial idea was to make well readable pattern generator based on the real-life look of friendship bracelets. It was easy in case of alpha patterns, but the trouble came when we started to think about the normal pattern generator. We looked on a normal pattern bracelet closely, and after a few days of thinking we finally got an idea. We made it look exactly as a real bracelet when you stretch it, so it's very easy for you to read it. After a couple of weeks we encountered a problem. The problem was confusion, so we added the arrows to to knots center showing the direction of each string.