DIY Cardboard Loom Bracelet: New One Minute Video

Friendship — one of life’s most precious gifts.

When you need a helping hand, a listening ear or a good laugh, our besties will always be there to help us through the good times and the hard times. Especially those friends who have been by your side since childhood, sharing memories like summer bike rides, sleepovers in the back yard, and making friendship bracelets.

If these fun bangles were a part of your childhood, now could be the perfect time to teach this simple weaving technique to the young people you love. It’s therapeutic, relaxing and fun.

Grab a little cardboard, some colorful yarn, find a comfy spot and get to work on a few bracelets for yourself or make a few to send to those sidekicks your children might be missing right now.

Click here for the entire step-by-step tutorial.

For more sewing and refashioning inspiration and tutorials, click here.

Happy Weaving!


PS. A big thank you to KK for being my cute hand model. 🙂


About The Renegade Seamstress

I'm a busy wife, mom, grandma, and teacher who loves to create. I've joined the refashion scene and I 'd like to share and connect with all those talented and creative people out there doing similar things.
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1 Response to DIY Cardboard Loom Bracelet: New One Minute Video

  1. Agatha says:

    Tagged: alterations, clothing, DIY, fashion, reconstructed clothing, Refashion, Sewing, Statement Sleeves, Thrifting, tutorial, upcycling, . Tagged: alterations, clothing, crossbody bag, DIY, fashion, reconstructed clothing, recycling, Refashion, Sewing, suede bag, Thrifting, tutorial, video, .

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