3 Unique Knotting Techniques to Start & End a Macrame Bracelet

Blog post to learn 3 simples ways to make a macrame bracelet
Macrame bracelet that shows a video tutorial on how to create this

DIY Macrame Bracelet

Do you remember the friendship bracelets you or your friends used to make?

Those ARE macrame bracelets! Macrame bracelets are very popular and there are endless designs you can come up with. You can make them with colorful string, beads, gems or glitter.

In today’s tutorial, I will be going over 3 different ways to start and end a macrame bracelet using 3 different types of cord. Choosing what type of cord/string to use is most often the trickiest part. Different cords will give it different textures and different styles.

To help you come up with your own macrame bracelets, I will show you 3 different ways to start and end a bracelet using a – vertical lark’s head loop with button/bead, sliding closure, and ball knot with loop.

Macrame Tutorial Bracelet

Below is a video that I posted on YouTube that will help you get started on making your macrame bracelet. I laid out 3 different examples that I used and in the tutorial, I will show you how to adjust the bracelet to your wrist size. Make sure you watch closely on how to properly size your bracelet so that it fits you correctly.

Hope you enjoy the step by step macrame video tutorial!

Macrame Tutorials for Beginners

Knowing a few ways to start and end a bracelet will definitely help you come up with your own stunning and unique designs. I have come up with 3 macrame bracelet patterns using these 3 ways to start and end a bracelet and the step by step tutorial for that has been uploaded onto my Patreon.

If you’re interested in learning more about macrame bracelets, knotting techniques, designs, and creating your very own macrame piece, be sure to join the community of macrame knotters in our community of artists over at Patreon.com/bohicknot.

Have fun macrame-ing!

Much love,


3 thoughts on “3 Unique Knotting Techniques to Start & End a Macrame Bracelet”

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