How to Make a Square Knot Macramé Bracelet with Soft Flex Wire, Beads and a Button Clasp

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How to Make a Square Knot Macramé Bracelet with Soft Flex Wire, Beads and a Button Clasp

This week on Free Spirit Beading with Kristen Fagan, we explore how to macramé using Soft Flex beading wire. We make a beaded square knot macramé bracelet design with Soft Flex beading wire and a button clasp closure.


Soft Flex .019 Medium Beading Wire - Red Coral

2021 Pantone Color of the Year Duo of Beading Wire

2021 Pantone Color of the Year Czech Glass Bead Mix

8mm Fire Polish Beads


2x2mm Crimp Tubes

Crimping Pliers


Macramé Board

Soft Flex beading wire is a great medium for macramé. Especially in conjunction with a Macramé Board. As for the amount of beading wire used, I cut a 24" strand of beading wire, centered it through the button, crimped and used those for the base center wires. I cut another 60" of beading wire for for the knotting wire. 

The button clasp adds character and it make the bracelet very easy to slip on and off. Change your beading wire colors, your beads and the button for variations on this design!

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If you like this idea, you may like these other jewelry making tutorials:

How to Make a Mixed Metal Square Knot Macramé Bracelet with Soft Flex

Half Knot Spiral Macramé Bracelet with Soft Flex Wire

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Kristen Fagan is a Website Graphic Designer and Jewelry Making Educator for Soft Flex® Company. She is the co-author of Seed Bead Revolution, an artist and creativity guide. She lives in Arizona with her husband, their two sons and two dogs. When she's not painting, drawing or beading, she enjoys reading, yoga, exploring the outdoors and traveling. Her favorite stones are Turquoise, and Quartz and she can't bead without Bead Stoppers. Contact her at [email protected] or visit her Website | Facebook | Instagram