How to Make a Fabric Wrapped Bracelet

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March 12, 2018

Fabric Wrapped Bracelet - bracelet on wristTurn scrap fabric into this handmade wrapped bracelet. Perfect to accessorize with your outfits and you can make as many as you like.


Total Time: 15-25 minutes


  • wire cutters
  • scissors
  • pliers
  • hot glue gun
  • scrap fabric/fabric
  • sturdy circular object


  1. I wrapped a 16 gauge wire around a sturdy glass vitamin container, twice. (Or, if you have a metal hanger since it's a thicker gauge - you can just wrap around once.)
  2. Fabric Wrapped Bracelet - bottle, 16 gauge wire, and cutters
    Fabric Wrapped Bracelet - wrap wire around the bottle
    Fabric Wrapped Bracelet - for this gauge, wrap twice
  3. Once wrapped, twice - use your cutters and cut.
  4. Fabric Wrapped Bracelet - cut off wire
    Fabric Wrapped Bracelet - cut wire removed from the bottle
  5. Ensure your wrist can slide into the bangle bracelet. And use pliers to create a knot, or secure so the bracelet ends stay in place.
  6. Fabric Wrapped Bracelet - check fit and then use pliers to secure ends
  7. Cut your fabric into 1" inch strips.
  8. Fabric Wrapped Bracelet - fabric
    Fabric Wrapped Bracelet - cut into 1 inch strips

  9. With my fabric, I tied a knot over the knot on the bracelet so I could have a grip spot to start hot gluing fabric down to the bracelet.
  10. Fabric Wrapped Bracelet - fabric knotted on and flattened out
    Fabric Wrapped Bracelet - tie the fabric onto the wire over the knot
  11. Continue to wrap fabric as you secure with hot glue. Repeat until you are out of strips.
  12. Fabric Wrapped Bracelet - wrapping fabric around wire
  13. As a cute touch, I used another piece of fabric and secured it with a knot. Then cut off a little to make it as a bow accent.
  14. Fabric Wrapped Bracelet - tie the second piece of fabric on over the wire knot
    Fabric Wrapped Bracelet - bow
    Fabric Wrapped Bracelet - closeup of bow

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