Handmade Cuff Bracelet
Among the myriad of models and designs of bracelets that exist in a lot of cultures, which may include bracelets made with rigid materials, composite materials, or bracelets made in an automated and commercial, are bracelets that are completely woven hand. The garment woven bracelets are optional, for garnish complement one or both wrists of the person, but you can wear around their ankles, if length permits. This particular range of bracelets is huge and rich in colors and designs. They are not hard to be woven with threads, although the number of knots used in its making, as well as the type of thread, the fabric is closed and the number of threads to be drawn, are factors that influence their final properties. The hand-woven bracelets are handmade works, and they get to assign any symbolism or meaning depending on the colors, designs, or for reasons unique to the person who has tissue and / or the person who acquires. This has meant that they became known as friendship bracelets. Initially a rustic woven and unique, and striking presence have become very popular to the extent that the market and create more of it for sale. This has led in most cases the drift away from the creative artistic detail or complexity, and have become a product or merchandise to be found in stores. A handmade cuff bracelet with tissue in one direction and gradient pattern, and a handmade cuff bracelet with woven design "random" in both directions. A simple handmade cuff bracelet can be made with two wires, which are attached, for example flat knot (square or curly), successively in a way that you create the body of the bracelet. A three-wire bracelet, besides being a braid, it can be done with the same thread, two simple knots around each thread next, and so on with other threads. More elaborate bracelets are made with more threads, which increases the width of the bracelet. There is no rule that establishes how many threads should be used, nor to establish the design or pattern to follow. Another aspect to consider is the type of knot that has to be employed, since some tissues are diagonal-forward when others are more "horizontal". The popularity of hand-woven bracelets with organic materials has led to the develop-colored plastic bracelets that are sold to raise money or promote a cause. . . .