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7 months, 1 week ago by AracneOf course dear @Sthpaw72 ❣️ A really BIG SHOUT OUT TO YOU 💖FOR BEING THE CREATOR OF THIS PATTERN💖 thank you very much for letting me know about it, I saw many years ago the YouTube video and I was knotting this pattern several times, but I couldn’t share my photos, because it wasn’t a pattern for it❣️ Thanks a lot dear @Sthpaw72 for this beautiful pattern idea 💡
8 months, 2 weeks ago by rollergirl@Aracne Ohh ok tysm!
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8 months, 2 weeks ago by rollergirlThis is really cool 🤩 could you maybe put a link to the video(s) you mentioned or the name of the videos? I want to make this but I don’t know where to find the videos for it 😂
8 months, 2 weeks ago by DeyitaOh My God 🤯 🤯 🤯 🤯 🤯 Finally the Bazinga 😍 👍
IT IS HIGHLY RECOMMENDED TO WATCH THE VIDEOS ON YouTube BEFORE STARTING TO KNOT THIS BRACELET !!!
@KrazyKnotz currently it is a combination of an alpha design with a normal pattern. I have been in love with this pattern for years now and I only see videos on YouTube of how to tie it to make a bracelet. So last night it occurred to me to design it, so I could share it with the community. It is highly recommended to watch the videos on YouTube, before starting to prepare the threads to make the bracelet, because an alpha design has base threads, but this design does not.
There are twelve threads in total that are organized by repeating the order consecutively. That is why I chose the colors of the rainbow as a reference, in order to be able to place the threads in an organized way.
The order would be from left to right: red, orange, yellow, green, blue, magenta, red, orange, yellow, green blue, magenta
8 months, 2 weeks ago by KrazyKnotzVery clever to use a 0 knot to make this alpha shaped! 😊