How To Read Kandi Patterns? (Read This Before Moving On!)

how to read kandi patterns

The majority of people use 30-38 beads for this step. If you want to make sure your beads are on the same side of the string as the first two, you need a long piece of string that is long enough to build the base of this cuff. Cut your string. I like to use a pair of scissors to cut my string, but if you don’t have scissors, you can cut it with a sharp knife.

You want to make sure you cut all the way to the end, so that you end up with one end that is longer than the other. This will make it easier for you to adjust the length of your cuff when you wear it. If you are wearing it on your left arm, then you will want it to be about 1/2 inch shorter than your right arm.

For example, if I am wearing a size 8, I would want my cuff to measure about 2 inches shorter on my left side than my right side. Once you’ve cut your strings, it’s time to attach them to your fabric. The easiest way I’ve found to do this is to fold the fabric in half lengthwise, and then pin the two halves together.

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How many beads are in a Kandi bracelet?

If you want your cuff to be big enough to slide on and off your wrist without being too loose, you’ll want to use about 25-30 beads. The first row needs to be tied off. Pull the string and beads taut so that they are lined up against the knot at the end of the loop. Pull on the second row of beads and tie off.

Repeat for the third row, and so on until all the beads have been tied off and you have a nice, tight cuff. You can also use the same method to tie a knot in the middle of your cuff if you want to make it look a little more fancy.

Do you have to use pony beads for Kandi?

You’ll use pony beads in everything, but they shine in the creation of masks and cuffs, as you can weave them together with a plastic jewellery cord. Letter beads are a must-have to jazz up any outfit. They’re a great way to add a bit of whimsy to your outfit, and they’re easy to work with.

You can find them in any craft store, or you can make your own. Cut the string in half lengthwise, so that you have two long pieces. Wrap the two pieces around each other, making sure that the ends of the beads meet at the end of each piece. . Take a bead and wrap it around your finger.

This will make it easier for you to wrap the rest of your string around. Repeat this process with the other two beads. Make sure you wrap them all the way around the finger! Now, take a string and tie it into a knot. The knot should be about 1/2 inch in diameter.

How do you exchange Kandi?

Make a heart shape with your hand and then touch it to the other person’s half. If you want to unify, interlock fingers with the other person’s hand. If you want to show respect, you need to trade your kandi through your interlocked hands, one on each side of the person you are interlocking hands with.

What does Kandi mean at a rave?

A name used among ravers for bracelets made of bright, plastic beads that usually have a word or phrase spelled out on them. The bracelets themselves are not sold in stores like AC Moore and Michael’s. Instead, they are sold on the Internet.

The word “kandi” is derived from the word kandi, which means “beads” in Hindi. The word is also used as a slang term for someone who has a lot of beads on his or her body.

How do you tie a pony bead keychain?

Attach one bead to the left string. The bead needs to be pulled all the way up to the key ring. You can thread the right string through the bead or you can thread the left string through it. The strings have to be pulled tight to hold the bead in place. Repeat with the second bead.

Thread a bead on the other end of the string and pull it up until it is in the same position as the first bead, then pull the two strings together until they are tight. You should now have a string that looks like the picture below.

Can you make Kandi for yourself?

Pony beads are the most common and are lightweight and usually affordable, but you can make kandi out of anything. You can find it at most craft stores or online.

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