BRAIDED HEX NUT BRACELET DIY

When I first saw this braided hex nut bracelet on Pinterest and I knew I had to make one. It’s a quick and easy project to make for less than $5 and looks great stacked with all your other bracelets.

Braided Hex Nut Bracelet Tutorial

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What youll need to make your Braided Hex Nut Bracelet:

  1. String
  2. Hex Nuts (I used 18)

Braided Hex Nut Bracelet DIY
Step 1
Cut 3 pieces of your string approximately 16 inches long (depending on the size of your wrist) and tie them together in a knot. I recommend taping the end to a table, this will make it much easier to work.
Braided Hex Nut Bracelet DIY
Step 2
Braid for approximately 2 inches (mine is just under). Then start adding your hex nuts one at a time.
Braided Hex Nut Bracelet DIY
If you dont have an assistant to help you put the hex nuts on your string, I recommend setting your hex nuts on their end and you will be able to thread them easier and with one hand as you hold your braid tight with the other.
Braided Hex Nut Bracelet DIY
Step 3
After you braid in all but one of your hex nuts continue to braid just the string for another 2 inches (approx). Then tie a knot to secure it.
Braided Hex Nut Bracelet DIY
Step 4
Thread the two ends of your bracelet through your last hex nut in opposite directions and knot each end. This makes it easy to put your bracelet on or take it off by yourself.
Braided Hex Nut Bracelet DIY

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14 comments on “BRAIDED HEX NUT BRACELET DIY

  1. Lexington on

    Hey! I love the bracelet. I was just wondering what kind of string you used? It looks a little thicker than normal bracelet making string.

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    • Cathy on

      I used Lilly yarn “sugar and cream” I wouldn’t really recommend it, it’s a little too soft. It worked fine, but I would recommend a regular string or something a little stiffer.
      xoxo
      Cathy

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    • Cathy on

      Hi Doris,
      You thread the hex nuts onto your yarn and as you braid you push them up one at a time into the braid. In the first photo on step 2 you can see the hex nut placement. I hope this helps.
      xoxo
      Cathy

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