Macrame bracelet with beads and button clasp

The macramé is an Arabic term that stands for "fringe from seal", is nothing but a lace nodes whose name is given inappropriately to lace or embroidery, as have a refined decoration.
History tells us that the macramé developed mainly between the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries in the monasteries all over the Italian territory, where he was taught and refined.
The fact remains that in Italy the homeland of this ancient lace knots is Liguria.

The feature of macramé is to be made entirely by hand, without any auxiliary tool. Fashion has rediscovered in all its sectors, including in the form of lace. Macramé is very versatile, very creative and very trendy.

In this tutorial you will see the steps on how to run alone in the house a lovely bracelet inside which were inserted pearls.

You will need a button, thirty pearls or beads and two cords of 120 cm each. First, on one of the two cords inserted the various pearls, remembering to divide the wire without cutting it.
Subsequently made a loop looping the size of the button, then go to secure the loop with a pin and started to weave as shown in the video. For each plot in the middle of the wire past a pearl. Finally, also strung the button and close the whole with a knot.
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