Do It Yourself – Tutorials – Make Your Own Rivoli and Rattail Macrame Bracelets

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Do It Yourself – Tutorials – Make Your Own Rivoli and Rattail Macrame Bracelets

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Do It Yourself – Website Tutorials



Join Natalie in our live tutorial where she will be showing you, step by step, how to create a gorgeous Macramé bracelet using coloured rattail cord, colourful glass bicone beads with beautiful sparkly Rivoli’s 🙂 Macramé is a great technique to learn, as it is so versatile, you can change up different beads, colours, etc… the possibilities are endless!! 😁

👇👇👇 Open description for more info
👉 Materials Used in the Video:
– ➡️ 1 Hank of Rattail Cord 1mm
– ➡️ Rivoli Holder 18mm 2 Loops
– ➡️ Resin Rivoli 18mm
-➡️ Glass Bicone Beads 8mm with Silver Edge
👉 Get Your Materials Here :
https://www.totallybeads.co.uk/macrame-rivoli-bracelet

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