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40+ Braided Jewelry Patterns: How to Kumihimo, Fishtail Braid, Box Braid and More

Updated January 16, 2017
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40 Braided Jewelry Patterns How to Kumihimo Fishtail Braid Box Braid and More

Braiding is one of the most basic ways to weave, but if you think braids are boring, think again. Simple yet intricate, braided patterns are a classic fashion motif for a reason, and there are so many ways to work this weave into your accessories. Embrace the braid with these 40+ Braided Jewelry Patterns!

From simple three-strand patterns to twisted 12-strand techniques, this collection of tutorials will show you a variety of ways you can use braiding in your jewelry designs. Braiding is making a comeback! Learn how to box braid, fishtail braid, kumihimo braid, and more with these pretty plaited patterns.

Plus, when it comes to braided jewelry you can go from very formal jewelry pieces to more edgy jewelry pieces to simple delicate everyday jewelry pieces. Meaning, whatever style you like there will be a DIY jewelry project in here for you.

Kumihimo Patterns

Kumihimo is a beautiful Japanese braiding technique that has become incredibly popular of late, and once you check out these projects, you'll understand why. Kumihimo braiding has an incredibly intricate effect but can be relatively simple to complete given the proper tools. Learn how to kumihimo braid some stunning accessories with these free tutorials.

Box Braid Patterns

Both functional and fashionable, box braiding is a common technique of macrame jewelry patterns. Also known as the "square braid" or "square stitch," the box braid is sturdy and strong yet stylish. Learn how to box braid by making these jewelry projects.

Braided Bead Patterns

If you're looking for ways to spice up simple strands of beads, try braiding them together for a stunning effect! This is such an easy design idea to replicate and can be endlessly customized using different colors, sizes, and cuts of beads

Braided Fabric Jewelry Projects

For accessories on the softer side, try braiding fabric into a trendy DIY bracelet or necklace pattern. These braided jewelry designs are a great way to use some scrap fabric, a secondhand scarf, or an old T-shirt.

What is your favorite material to use when you are creating braided jewelry? 

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i made my third Bracelet today.

hello i love your projects. they are very beautiful. and this is the second Bracelet that i made.

I totally agree with wiccanlady!

I just wish these were in an e-book, it would be so much easier to print out.

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