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macrame bracelet

Started 1328370174.83 in Jewelry Talk | Last reply 1328413634.443 by iTalia
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Avon made these several years ago and they are a pain to put on,no matter what anyone says. If you have short fingers--good luck!!!

I may never pass this way again.

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gem lover1328370481.063792 PostsRegistered 2/12/2008Florida

Believe it or not, my daughter just bought beautiful macrame and crystal bracelets at Walgreens for under $10.00. I could not believe that I spent so much more that they look alike in quality.

eaglette1328405909.5268 PostsRegistered 11/6/2004

Love my Ripka bracelet, but it is truly a pain to tighten and loosen using my teeth. {#emotions_dlg.biggrin} Anyone have other suggestions? I tried using the old Bracelet Buddy, but it does not hold the end tight enough. I briefly thought about rubbing candle wax on the cord (saw on the internet somewhere), but did not know if that would damage it somehow.


"Be kinder than necessary because everyone you meet is fighting some kind of battle."

iTalia1328413634.4431223 PostsRegistered 8/17/2005

Interesting. I've never had a problem putting on any macrame bracelet. I have scrawny wrists and really long, slender fingers so perhaps that does help a bit.

Loving the newest crystal macrame bracelet from Steel By Design. Had to snag them all. LOVE all the Bling on those babies!!!!! Price is great!

Similar macrame bracelets that I see in the stores don't even come close the quality of the ones I've purchased from Q. Sometimes you do get what you pay for, especially the crystal kind. The crystals from the stores are ultra dull in comparison.

---Italia! Kiss

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