Watches have easily become my daily go-to wrist accessory but when I saw this DIY Braided Hex Nut Bracelet (here) from Honestly..WTF I thought it would be the perfect trendy, masculine/rough addition to my sometimes boring wrist candy.
Materials You Need: 3 Strands Butcher’s Twine cut into 1 yard pieces and 18 Hex Nuts, you may need more or less depending on your wrist size!
Gather the three strands of butcher twine and tie into a knot leaving about two inches of slack for tying the bracelet onto your wrist. Braid normally for about an inch. Before you cross the far left strand over to the middle, thread on a hex nut tightly to the top of the thread, and crossover. Keep the hex nut tight by placing your thumb at the base. Before crossing over the far right strand, thread on a hex nut, push it to the base of the braid, and crossover. Thread another hex nut onto the far left strand and crossover. Repeat these steps by threading a hex nut onto each outer strand before crossing it to the middle (thread, cross, thread, cross). This definitely takes some patience and all your fingers working together, believe me it will look normal as you thread additional hex nuts! Finish off the bracelet with another inch of braid, tie into a knot, trim to your liking, and layer it with all your bracelets and watches to create a fun eye-catching wrist party!