Easy Woven Wrap Bracelet

All right, if you read here regularly, then you probably remember the  woven wrap bracelet from earlier this month.  I promised to make a little easier tutorial.  Both versions turned out great, but if you are a beginner this is an easier one to start with.  What do you think?

Woven Wrap BraceletWhat you will need:

  • Hemp or cotton twine (I used cotton this time) – you will need 6 strands that are 28-30 inches long.
  • A ring connector
  • Glue-on end caps, a clasp, and jewelry glue


Woven Wrap Bracelet


Take three of your strands, and double them so that there is a loop at the mid-way point.  You will loop it through the ring connector to make a lark’s head knot.  If you’re not sure how to do this, I use them in most of my woven bracelets.  You can check out this tutorial to see what I mean.

Woven Wrap Bracelet

Make a knot on each side.  You’ll have 6 strands coming off that are approximately 13-14 inches long.

Woven Wrap Bracelet


Now, braid each side.  You can make a 6-strand braid if you want, but to keep things simple I just make a regular braid with 2 cords in each strand.

Woven Wrap Bracelet

When you get to the end, trim your ends off evenly, add a little bit of jewelry glue to your end cap, and glue it on to secure your braid.  Twist the end caps around to fully coat your twine.  Do the same thing on each side – you may want to check the length against your wrist before finishing off the ends.

Woven Wrap Bracelet


Now, just add a clasp to your bracelet and it’s ready to wear!

Woven Wrap Bracelet


Perfect for the warm weather coming!  What are you wearing this spring?



  1. Marilyn

    Adrianne, another amazing, quick and easy jewelry project! LOVE it!
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  2. Thank you for this great tutorial! I shared :)
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  3. Beautiful and simple – my kind of DIY :)
    Thank you, Adrianne for sharing your tutorial
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  4. Crystal says:

    Love it!! So fun and cute!!

  5. Michele says:

    Where did you find the charm? I am an Irish gal and love it!

    • Amanda says:

      You can get the charm from Avon, it’s called the empowerment charm. All proceeds are donated to end violence against women. $5

  6. Love how simple this is to create! I’m featuring your project on my PINTASTIC post tomorrow (Friday, April 5). I think my daughter and I will have to try this together…real soon!

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  7. So cute! Looks easy, but you should sell them!

  8. Donne Padova says:

    Great tips…I’ll try to do a bracelet for someone loved…Thanks for sharing

  9. Bakeca Torino says:

    Great idea for a post.Thank you!

  10. Becky says:

    Where do you find the glue on end cones?

  11. Rachel says:

    I just clicked over from Saved ByLove and I LOVE this! I can’t wait to make one. I’ll be linking as well- and subscribing- your projects are fantastic!

  12. Amanda says:

    Ummm…this may sound really stupid, and I am probably missing something really obvious, but when I make this using your suggested lengths, my bracelet closure is on the top of my wrist right next to the silver ring. What the heck am I doing wrong?

  13. cvwteach says:

    Love, love, love…cute and perfect for spring and summer. I can’t wait to get some colorful cotton or hemp and make my own!!!!

  14. meemawcrochets says:

    Very easy tutorial! Thank you very much for all the pics:) Cant wait to make several for birthday and holiday gifts:)

  15. This might be a stupid question, but…when you put this on, it should wrap around the wrist several times and then clasp, right?

  16. Becky says:

    Where do I find the ring connector you use in this tutorial? Or any other similar items like that?

  17. Love the bracelet! What size end caps did you use?

  18. Sherry

    What size end caps did you use for this bracelet?

  19. ellaruth says:

    Thanks so much for sharing. It looks easy enough that even I can do this. : )

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