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TWISTED TIES || Friendship Bracelets

TWISTED TIES || Friendship Bracelets


Hey guys! My name is Masha Knots and in this video I’m going to quickly show you how to make these twisted ties for the ends
of your friendship bracelets. So these are actually extremely simple. So you
separate your threads into two separate strands, you take the one on the left and
you just start twisting it. I prefer to twist mine to the left but that’s just
my personal decision you can do whatever you like. And then you do the same thing
with the other one and you twist in the same direction. I like to use my fingers to sort of hold it. And then once you’re done twisting both of the ties you twist
them together in the opposite direction of which you were twisting each of them
individually. At this point you want to be very careful. And then at the end once you’re done, you
just make a simple knot And there you go! At this point you can just cut off your
strings. And that’s it! As you can see the ties don’t start untwisting themselves, they’re pretty much secure and they’re just gonna be like
that. So there you have it! That’s how you make the twisted ties to the ends of
your friendship bracelets! By the way if you guys want to learn how to make this
bracelet I have a tutorial up on that and it’s gonna be linked in the card and
in the description of this video. So thank you guys for watching and if you
ever make anything based on any of my videos I always love it when you guys
send me pictures on Instagram whether that be in a direct message or a post! I
post videos every Tuesday and Saturday and I’ll see you soon, bye!

34 thoughts on “TWISTED TIES || Friendship Bracelets”

  1. These and the chain link looking ties are my favorites! I’ve not figured out how to do the chain link ones yet though.

  2. this is my favorite way to finish friendship bracelets, when each end is a triangle end and has the single twisty strand coming out the bracelets look so good and professional lol. I already knew how to do this but I still love watching every single video you make!

  3. For the very beginning of the bracelet do you undo the knot? (Like when you are first starting the bracelet you start off with a knot)

  4. This is awesome! I like how you showed how to twist the twisted strands together. I feel like I've been making that step more difficult for myself my whole life 😂

  5. These look so much better than braided ends 😮
    Just curious, how long do you make your bracelets? Mainly the ones that you have to tie 2 ends together, not the ones with loops. I plan on making some bracelets for my friends and family, but I'm having trouble deciding how long I want to make the bracelets to ensure they fit mostly everyone's wrist.

  6. This is so cute! Did you tie off the ending as well or did you end in a triangle and then started twisting?

  7. I think “four thread plaited braid” at the ends of bracelets also looks good and functions well so I recommend that! Love your videos always 🙂

  8. I am sorry if I am very late but how do you like tie it on your wrist. Do you tie both of the ends together or do you put the twisted end in the loop? Please help please. Also I love your videos 💞

  9. Cool but i can’t get my strings to stay. I tried and they instantly pulled out, even after tying them together.

  10. How do you start the bracelet with these though? Like in a way you don’t have a knot before the bracelet starts?

  11. These are called rope braids!! Some of us with long hair put them in as decoration because if you torque it enough you don't need to put a hair tie at the end. Would probably still recommend it though. I funnily enough never thought to do them at the end of bracelets though, but they look awesome.

  12. How would you do this at the beginning of the bracelet? Can you just start the triangle end right away or do you have to tie it in a knot first? I don’t want to tie it in a knot before the triangle end because it looks better without it, but if you don’t tie a knot wouldn’t the strands just unravel?

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