I don’t know about you but sometimes I can get a little crazy when it comes to all the different variations of braids that are possible for my bracelets. For example, I’m working on the two bracelets pictured below which are double strand, four braid weaves. They are essentially the same except for the division of strand groupings. In the first picture on the left, the braid on the left (“dubbel fyrflata”) uses around 6 feet of 0.35mm tin thread divided into 4 sections and doubled over for a 6.5 inch finished braid. The style on the right uses 3 strands at 18.5 inches each and 1 strand at 21 inches doubled over for a 6.5 inch finished braid. It’s all in how you divide up the strand groups. Stay tuned for some examples where we combine leather, beads, silk cord and fish leather into the braid!