Felt and floss bracelet in ethnic style
With today's diversity and availability of materials for needlework, making jewelery with your own hands is not only simple, but also very exciting. For a bracelet with patterns in ethnic style, you will need multi-colored felt and muline threads. I was making a bracelet to a white tunic with red embroidery, so I chose a felt of three colors - burgundy, brown and white. The threads picked up in tone.Measure wrist circumference. The bracelet should not be tight, so add a few centimeters. I got 20 cm. The bracelet consists of 5 round parts and a fastener. Determine the diameter of large circles: the central - 4 cm, the rest - 3 cm. The rest will go on the clasp. First, draw the patterns of circles on paper, and then cut out of felt. Every detail needs two, since the main circles will be two-sided and will hide all the rough seams. Also, the bracelet will be more dense.Now we define the alternation of colors.The brown circle is central, with white circles next to it and then maroon. When the base of the bracelet is ready, cut out circles for decoration with a smaller diameter. Also in different colors.Fold the bracelet in colors and you can proceed to the pattern. We make it with floss threads. We start with the upper parts so that the purl stitches remain inside.We come up with patterns that come to mind. I mostly have stitches and zigzags.When all the patterns are finished, we start to collect the bracelet. First fold two pairs of white circles and sew them with a decorative stitch.
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