It's been a long time coming, folks, but I finally finished a tutorial for a version of the Curves micro macrame bracelet! This one is knotted in Tex 400 cord for a nice beefy bracelet.
The whole bracelet uses only ONE macrame knot. Yes, really - only double half hitch knots (which you can learn how to make here). You make them backwards and forwards and every-other-wards, but it's still only ONE knot.
I finished off this design with some clamp ribbon ends for a nice, neat look and added a simple toggle clasp. A lobster clasp also works nicely.
This is an example of one of the photographs from the tutorial. I took a million photos... okay, that might be a bit of an exaggeration, but I did include about 70 photographs in 24 pages of step by step instructions. I'd probably rate this pattern as sort of middle-of-the-road as far as difficulty. It's not hard (only ONE knot, remember?) but you do have to keep track of the cords that are trying to go off in one direction or another. If you are comfortable with the double half hitch knot, you're probably ready for this one.
You'll find this new micro macrame bracelet tutorial in my Etsy shop here. Happy knotting!!