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Thread: Cuff Bracelets

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    Super Member lizzy's Avatar
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    Cuff Bracelets

    I am interested in making cuff bracelets for some young teens. Does anyone have any experience with that craft. I have checked the internet and have found limited information. I would appreciate any advice or information concerning my interest.
    Lizzy in La.

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    Are you wanting to make quilted cuff bracelets? or use fabric in
    general?

    I found this website blog for DIY instructions on making cuff bands.

    Hope this might help you, and I will keep looking if this is what you
    are looking for.
    Louise - I collect mugs from the U.S. and around the world . Also collect homemade pincushions, and sewing/quilting themed fabrics.

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    Here is someone who made her own version of a cuff band. Scroll to post #630.

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    Linda

    Amazing Grace, how sweet the sound, that saved a wretch like me. I once was lost but now am found, was blind, but now I see.
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    Hi my name is Polly, and I am the one that posted the wool cuff bracelet I made on my embellisher, and this is one I am going to make today, I think. The wool band was in a book by Vivian Peritts called Felted Wool Fashions. She has some adorable shrugs, scarves, bags, totes and more.
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    Polly

    Those are wonderful!
    I don't wear anything on my wrists anymore except for my
    watch, but THAT has me wanting to rethink that issue.
    Louise - I collect mugs from the U.S. and around the world . Also collect homemade pincushions, and sewing/quilting themed fabrics.

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    Here is another one I just finished for my daughter. The buttons came off a favorite blouse from her teen years. I used velcro to fasten it, the author Vivian Peritts used buttons on both ends. BTW I also lined it with some scrap silk because the wool irritates my skin and I will probably wear it too.
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    Those are awesome. I have never seen them before. Thanks for bringing this to my attention.

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    I typed in cuff bracelets on google and this is what came up. Lots and lots of ideas.

    https://www.google.com/search?q=fabr...w=1536&bih=735

    Linda

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