A decorative metallic piece with a 1.8 – 2 mm insertion (2x); 4 mm rings; a cord with a diameter of 0.8 – 1 mm
Scissors; a ruler; flat nose pliers; a 0.20 – 0.30 mm nylon line
Cut off about 50 cm of cord. Tie a knot on one end of the cord.
String about 15 cm of KH.
Cut off about 20 cm of the line. Fold it in half. Fold the cord about 10 cm from the end without the knot. Place the line in the fold in the cord.
String the hole (insertion) in the metal part. Slide it up to the cord. Pull it onto the cord. Create an approximately 0.5 cm loop. You can hold the line with the flat nose pliers and push on the metal part.
Cut off the knot at the end of the cord. Fold the second end and insert the line about 17.5 cm from the fold for the first loop.
String and pull the second metal part onto the cord.
Connect both cord loops using two rings. Use the flat nose pliers.
String 1x KH onto each end of the cord. Tie a knot 4 cm from the metal part. Cut off any excess cord about 3 – 5 mm from the knot.
Putting the bracelet on your wrist
Loosen one of the cord loops. The loop can be enlarged and the KH moved up to the metal part. Slide it onto your wrist. Hold the KH next to the metal part with the fingers on the hand with the bracelet. Hold the metal part with the fingers of the other hand. Pull on the cord behind the KH and tighten. This is how to handle both cord loops. When removing the bracelet, slowly release the fingers on the hand without the bracelet and pull the bracelet over your hand.
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