How to Make Friendship Bracelets With Names, Letters, and Numbers



Have you at any point wanted that you could add your companion's name to a kinship wristband? Indeed, you're in the ideal spot! I made this instructional exercise spreading out every one of the means and other data you'll have to make astounding, customized wrist trinkets out of weaving floss.

Think about the conceivable outcomes! Make your own plan that incorporates names, fortunate numbers, or birthdates. As far as possible is your creative mind (and the size of your companion's wrist)!


  • You'll require weaving string, scissors, tape, and cardboard (to make a loom). 
  • You'll require weaving string, scissors, tape, and cardboard (to make a loom). 
  • This is what You Need 
  • Before you begin, you're going to require a couple of things: 
  • Weaving floss 
  • Scissors 
  • Tape 


A custom made loom (guidelines beneath) 


A few notes: 


Weaving floss can be found at any specialty store. So far I haven't had the option to discover it at Walmart or Target, yet perhaps you'll be fortunate and discover it there. It typically comes in packs of different hues, or you can purchase separate skeins. The cost for a pack is around $6, or under $1 for a solitary skein.

While making this wrist trinket, you will have a ton of free strings all over. To abstain from getting everything tangled I made myself a basic cardboard loom.

Pick a Short Name! 


Letters and numbers can rapidly top off the space on a wristband. Pick a short name (or epithet) so you don't come up short on room.

Making the Cardboard Loom 



  • Get a bit of cardboard (a side of a crate will do) of around 12 x 12 inches. 
  • On the top edge, cut a 1-inch cut in the center. 
  • Cut 11 equally dispersed 1-inch cuts along the base edge. 
  • Presently you have your own one of a kind loom and you're prepared to begin! 
  • Measure the string from fingertips to elbow. 
  • Measure the string from fingertips to elbow. 
  • Crease the five strings into equal parts. (consequently making ten strings). 
  • Crease the five strings into equal parts. (in this way making ten strings). 
  • Setting up the Thread to Make a String Bracelet 



  • Pick the hues you need. In the event that this is your first name wrist trinket, keep it basic and pick only two hues: one for the letters/numbers and another for the foundation. 
  • When you've picked your hues, you have to cut your string. For a tyke or slim high schooler/grown-up wrist, hold the floss that will be the shade of your letters/numbers and measure from your fingertips to your elbow. When you do that, twofold it and cut that length. Rehash this procedure until you have five pieces this length. (In my precedent, the letters will be pink).
  • For a grown-up wrist, measure from your fingertips to your elbows and after that include another half-length of string. 
  • Presently, hold the floss that will be your experience shading and haul out some string. (In my model, the foundation shading will be light green.) You will utilize this shading the most, so you need a lot of it. 
  • Overlap the 10 letter/number strings into equal parts. Take your experience shading and make a bunch at the top. You may discover this bunch accommodating to tie your arm ornament onto your wrist later. 
  • You ought to have 11 strings aggregate (contingent upon the size wrist trinket you are making). Put the bunch into the top cut of your cardboard loom. 
  • Spot every one of different strings into cuts along the base of your loom and ensure your experience shading string is in the cut right on the left. 
  • Consolidate the floss before making the bunch. 
  • Combine the floss before making the bunch. 
  • This is what your string ought to resemble after you make the bunch at the top. Keep in mind, you ought to have 11 strings by and large. 
  • This is what your string ought to resemble after you make the bunch at the top. Keep in mind, you ought to have 11 strings by and large. 


Two Knots You Must Learn! 


In reverse Knot and Forward Knot 



  • Before doing whatever else, ensure you realize how to do these two bunches. The guidelines on this site are extremely useful! 
  • Put your bunch into the top cut of your loom. 
  • Put your bunch into the top cut of your loom. 
  • Separate the strings and maneuver every one down into its very own cut. Try to put the foundation shaded string into the cut right to one side as appeared. 
  • Separate the strings and maneuver every one down into its very own cut. Make a point to put the foundation hued string into the cut right to one side as appeared. 
  • The most effective method to Begin a Friendship Bracelet 
  • The initial step is to make a couple of lines. These columns make the foundation toward one side of the armlet before the letters. I typically begin with five columns of the foundation shading. 
  • To make a line, take your experience shading (light green) and make a forward bunch with the string to one side of it. 
  • After you make a forward bunch on that string, place it in the space to one side of its unique opening. Along these lines you comprehend the following string that you have to make a bunch on. 
  • Continue to make forward bunches on the remainder of the strings. 
  • When you get to the last string, you've made a line. 
  • Presently take your experience shading and rehash the procedure, however this time the other way and utilizing the regressive bunch. 
  • Rehash this procedure until you have finished around five columns. 
  • Try not to cut your experience shading string until the arm jewelery is done or you run out. 
  • This is what it ought to resemble after you complete five columns. 
  • This is what it ought to resemble after you complete five columns. 
  • Instructions to Add Letters to Your Friendship Bracelet 
  • Here's an extremely supportive tip: Draw out how your letters are going to look first. This encourages me make sense of whether to make a regressive bunch or a forward bunch. 
  • The letter on your wristband will be set on a level plane. So I draw my photos sideways since that is the manner by which I consider them to be I make them on the loom. I'll demonstrate to you a precedent and I'll walk you through how I made my A. 
  • To begin with, to draw out my An I utilize two distinctive shading markers and my sketch scratch pad. 
  • Taking a gander at the image of the An, I begun by illustration the principal push on the left. The primary line on the left is simply one more column of the foundation shading. So every one of the ten of my imprints are blue. 
  • On the column alongside it, there is one bunch of the foundation shading first, at that point 7 of the letter shading, at that point two of the foundation shading once more. 
  • On the third line, there are four bunches of the foundation shading, at that point one of the letter shading, at that point three of the foundation shading, one of the letter shading, and after that one of the foundation shading. 
  • This column is rehashed so you draw it as your fourth line. 
  • Furthermore, line five is equivalent to line two, so you simply draw something very similar. 
  • Drawing out your letters and numbers isn't required, however it is helpful! 
  • This is the initial two columns for the letter A.This venture of making an illustration is overly useful.
  • This is the initial two columns for the letter A.This venture of making an illustration is overly useful. 


What to Do if Thread Gets Short 


  • Sooner or later the letter strings will get short for the loom. You may need to modify the length of the loom two or multiple times. 
  • Column one of my first letter. 
  • Column one of my first letter. 
  • Utilizing Your Drawing to Make Your First Letter 
  • Presently investigate your illustration, and spotlight on the top column. 
  • As a rule, when beginning a letter, the top column is a full line of the foundation shading. You can skirt this on the off chance that you need to. I skipped it for the time being since we made five columns of our experience shading. 
  • Your experience shading string ought to be right to one side. 


To make my An, I have to make two in reverse bunches with my experience shading string.

Presently, utilizing the yellow string that is to one side of my experience shading string, I have to make a forward bunch. Making the forward bunch with the yellow string will make this bunch yellow.

I have to rehash this procedure multiple times, and after that I make a retrogressive bunch with my experience shading to finish the line.


  • Line two of the primary letter. 
  • Column two of the principal letter. 

For my second line: 


  • I have to utilize my experience shading to make four forward bunches. 
  • Presently utilizing the yellow string to one side of my experience shading, I make one in reverse bunch. Utilizing my experience shading once more, I make three forward bunches. 
  • Presently utilizing the yellow string to one side of my experience shading, I have to make a retrogressive bunch. 
  • At that point to complete the line, I utilize my experience shading to make a forward bunch. 
  • Column three of the primary letter. 
  • Column three of the main letter. 
  • For my third line, I simply make it coordinate the second line. Also, for my fourth column, I make it coordinate the main line. 
  • After your first letter is done, you should make two columns of your experience shading so that there is some space between your letters. 
  • Column four of the An is done. The subsequent stage is to make two columns utilizing foundation shading for dispersing. 
  • Column four of the An is done. The following stage is to make two lines utilizing foundation shading for dispersing. 


Accommodating Tips 



  • Ensure that you make your bunches tight, yet not very tight. Weaving floss can break and it's an agony attempting to work with short strings. 
  • Drawing out your letters will support you. I unquestionably suggest it. 
  • To tie off your wristband, take every one of the eleven strings and make one bunch (a similar bunch you utilized before you put the strings in the loom). After you tie them off, split the eleven strings into two gatherings, and plait each gathering. presently you can utilize these interlaces to tie on your wristband. 


Completing Your Friendship Bracelet 


After you have finished the majority of the letters you need to include, keep interlacing with your experience shading floss until you've achieved the ideal length.

Leave around two creeps of strings toward the end and interlace them together into three separate strands.

You can likewise cut the circle you made toward the start (not to make it shorter, just to isolate the strings) and plait those into three strands.

Utilize these two tufts to tie your arm ornament around your companion's wrist!

On the other hand, keep the circle flawless and weave the meshed decorations through to attach the wrist trinket.
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