Tuesday, 8 July 2014


If you want something a little different on your wrist then this Fabric Charm Bracelet project is for you - and it's made up of items you may find in your crafty bits and bobs.
I used a scrap of floral fabric and some charms.

Using the sewing machine, I made a tube out of the fabric (hemming the tops for a tidy finish). 
Using a chopstick, I turned the tube to be the right side out. This can be tricky, but persevere as it's worth it. To see how this is done, check out Genoveva von Lubeck's tutorial here

I then pressed the fabric, as the chopstick method does crease it somewhat.

I put the charms on to the fabric using jump rings. A bird, a pearl, a heart and a flower (the pearl and flower are off a broken necklace).

Finally, I tied two sliding knots to allow the bracelet to be adjusted.


  1. Cute! I will be trying this out. I don't know how to do a sliding knot, but I'm sure it can't be hard, hahah.

    1. Glad you like it Natalie. Shout if you need help with the knot :)

  2. This is darling! What a great Idea.

  3. So beautiful!!
    Hugs from Spain!!

  4. oh so gorgeous. I am already thinking on what supplies I have to try this out. I think I need one of these in my life!

  5. This looks just darling on your wrist, thanks for sharing!

  6. Wow! It's a beautiful bracelet and I may even venture to make one since I'm way too old for the others. Thanks for sharing.

  7. It's very pretty, thanks for sharing.

  8. Great idea love the colours

  9. Very cute, and a good way to use some scraps up too. Apparently there's some loom band dresses going for £700 on ebay!

  10. Beautiful! You did an awesome job and it looks great! :)

    Swinging by from Turn It Up Tuesday hop!

  11. Hi, I just found your page. Could you tell me how to make the sliding knot? Just lovely...