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JEWELRY KITS > TIBETAN SNAKE KNOT BRACELET TUTORIAL
Tibetan Knot Bracelet Tutorial | Learn Interlocking Snake Knots the Easy Way!
Tibetan Knot Bracelet Tutorial | Learn Interlocking Snake Knots the Easy Way! Tibetan Knot Bracelet Tutorial | Learn Interlocking Snake Knots the Easy Way!
Tibetan Knot Bracelet Tutorial | Learn Interlocking Snake Knots the Easy Way! Tibetan Knot Bracelet Tutorial | Learn Interlocking Snake Knots the Easy Way!
Tibetan Knot Bracelet Tutorial | Learn Interlocking Snake Knots the Easy Way! Tibetan Knot Bracelet Tutorial | Learn Interlocking Snake Knots the Easy Way!
Tibetan Knot Bracelet Tutorial | Learn Interlocking Snake Knots the Easy Way! Tibetan Knot Bracelet Tutorial | Learn Interlocking Snake Knots the Easy Way!
Make Tibetan Snake Knot Bracelets - Learn the Tibetan Method to tie Interlocking Snake Knots the Easy Way!
This tutorial is a 16 page long PDF document available as a digital document. You can view it on your computer, laptop and tablet, download it, or print it. It has easy to follow step by step instructions with over 40 close-up pictures or diagrams, plus all the details on how to make professionally finished bracelets. The tutorial includes design variations and options as well as the list of recommended materials and tools. The designs shown use Tibetan Buddhist 5 Color Cord and Chinese Knotting Cord. Cord sizes and their corresponding snake knot sennit diameters are listed in the tutorial.
Tibetan Snake Knot Bracelet

Recommended Supplies and Tools

Tibetan Buddhist 5 Color Cord from 0.8 mm to 2.50 mm in diameter
Chinese Knotting Cord from 0.7 mm to 2 mm in diameter
• Optional - Buttons
• Scissors, Thread Burner, Awl, Caliper or Measuring Tape, Macrame Board > Tools


Tibetan Snake Knot Bracelet - $5.00 PDF Access

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Copyrights: These instructions are copyrighted and are for personal use only. If you would like to use these instructions to teach, either buy a set of instructions per student or a kit for each student. Do not duplicate this document either in print or in an electronic manner. When purchasing this PDF, it is assumed that you agree with the terms of the copyright of this document. As to bracelets, make as many as you wish.

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Symbolic Meaning - The snake knot is an omen of good fortune and health, and symbolizes wisdom and strength. Unlike in Western cultures where anything associated with snakes was regarded as evil, in Eastern and ancient Egyptian cultures, snakes used to be consired guardians of treasure and riches, protectors of kings. They could even prolong life and imbue eternity, help with fertility and to bring in a good crop.

About the Snake Knot - Also known as the Chinese Snake Knot, occasionally as Spanish Knot, although according to my knotting books, a Spanish Knot, it is not. The only knot similar to the snake knot I found in my nautical knotting books is called a Japanese Single Carrick (Encyclopedia of Knots and Fancy Rope Work by Raoul Graumont and John Hensel).

About Interlocking Snake Knot Sennits - Interlocking is an addition I made to the name as some snake knot sennits are made with separate snake knots and others by connected ones. Rattlesnake knots is another name I run into when doing research online but it did not depict the same sennit on all mentions.

About the Tibetan Method - The traditional method to tie snake knots, I learned many years ago, is awkward and time consuming. It is not until this year researching this project, that I came up with the idea which is probably a rediscovery, that instead of tightening the snake knot, one loop could be left open at all time, and then it all fell into place. This method, I assume must be an ancient Tibetan method known and coveted by its practitioners. It is easier, and faster than the Traditional method. And it becomes a meditation. I am glad to share it with you as well as all the professional tips to make these Tibetan knotted bracelets look awesome.

Personal Note - I was looking for a project highlighting Tibetan Buddhist 5 Color Cord and found bracelets made with snake knots. The tutorial for these bracelet was added to my to do list, however in the process I had to learn how to do a video. Doing video has also been on my to do list for many years... I have already several other videos planned, so keep tuned in.

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