December 13, 2011

Repurposed Fabric Rope Bracelet


















I first saw these cool rope cuff bracelets on a blog called
Sew.Craft.Create. They were so unique and bohemian looking
I couldn't wait to try them. So, I interrupted all my Christmas
crafting to do just that! But the no-sew way.

 Every where she said to sew, I glued with a low temp glue gun.
I  made three from repurposed fabrics-the blue from scrap fabric,
the yellow from a vintage napkin, the cream from a T-shirt.
Click here to view Heidi's detailed tutorial.














I love the variety of styles you can make with this fun tutorial and
that I  got to use some vintage buttons I had been saving.
I think the T-shirt one is my favorite because it is stretchy and
I like how the pattern looks. I plan on making more as
gifts with different colors and accessorizing my
wardrobe--the thrifty way, of course.

Linking up with these parties.

24 comments:

  1. Love those. Imagine just how many you could make with very little fabric.

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  2. Cute, Cute! I've seen these around and have been wanting to make some for myself! Thanks for the link.

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  3. Hi! I'm a new follower. I LOVE these bracelets! They're gorgeous.

    xo

    MacKensie
    http://mackensieg.blogspot.com/

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  4. These are absolutely Gorgeous!!! I would love for you to share them here http://shoprubyjean.com/2011/12/sew-crafty-tuesday-linky-party1/

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  5. my 14 year old would absolutely love these

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  6. This is so pretty. What a nice way to use a beautiful remnant.

    Thank-you so much for joining our Pin’Inspiration Party today. Your creativity is very much appreciated.

    Happy follower, would love for you to pop by to grab a button.

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  7. I am a bracelet nut and really love these--so cute and will have to make some! Thanks for sharing at Beyond The Picket Fence.

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  8. Love love love them!!! So pretty! I just want them all!! Lol

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  9. I LOVE these! Thanks so much for linking up and sharing at my Feature Friday Linky Party!

    Danielle @ Blissful & Domestic
    http://blissfulanddomestic.blogspot.com

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  10. So pretty! What a unique design!
    Jennelise

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  11. Wow, these are so beautiful. Thank you for sharing. I am your newest follower and I look forward to reading more of your posts! I would appreciate it if you took a moment to stop over at my blog and followed me back. Thank you! http://milliemorganmedia.blogspot.com

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  12. Ok, I am a new follower and love to share tutorials from neat blogs with my readers, these are cool bracelets and great way for destash fabrics, a great project to share with teenage girls.
    Hope you have time to come see what I have to say about your tutorials as I link back. Thanks for the inspiration.
    Karren
    Oh! My Heartsie

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  13. Thanks everyone! I have found that the easiest ones to make are from T-Shirt material cause they are stretchy and don't fray as easily. Glad all of you were as inspired as I was when I first saw them :)

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  14. Thanks so much for linking up to Your Whims Wednesday, I featured this on my blog tonight! Come check it out and grab a button :) http://www.mygirlishwhims.blogspot.com/2011/12/your-whims-wednesday-38-and-features.html

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  15. Thanks again for sharing last week. You are actually a feature this week. Would love for you to pop by and grab a button.

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  16. These look great Kristina and I'm so inpsired to pull out my fabric stash. Thank you for linking up to the Simply Christmas Inspiration party at Shabby Art Boutique. I'll be featuring these later today on my Friday Inspiration post.
    Hugs ~ Kerryanne

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  17. I love these!! So pretty, and I love how they are no sew! Great job!

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  18. Your bracelets turned out soo cute!

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