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What is meant by 1 cut, 2 cut, 4 cut, 6 cut and 12 cut bangles?

For the beginners of silk thread jewellery making, when we want to order, the buyer will ask you which cut bangles you require and we don’t know what are those bangles mean?

So let us see what is meant by 1 cut, 2 cut, 4 cut, 6 cut and 12 cut bangles in this post.

Coming to the 1 cut bangles, they are plain plastic bangles with 20 mm width.

2 cut bangles are 10 mm in width, 4 cut bangles are 5 mm in width and 6 cut bangles are 3 mm in width. 12 cut bangles are thin bangles may be 1-2 mm in width.

In addition to 20 mm, 10 mm, 5 mm, 3 mm and other thin bangles, other width of bangles like 8 mm, 25 mm, 45 mm are also available now.


How to make Silk Thread Bangles – Basic Design

Hi all, Welcome to Silk thread Materials.com.

Here in this post we will explain you how to make silk thread bangles at home for beginners.

Let us see what are the materials required to do this silk thread bangles:

How to make silk thread bangles?

Blue and White Silk Thread Banges
Blue and White Silk Thread Bangles

First take a cardboard and make 20 strands of silk thread on the cardboard. Then cut all the strands at one edge and apply glue. Allow it to dry.

Apply glue to the inner side of the bangle to start with and attach silk thread which was glued previously and start wrapping the bangle.Take care that no spaces are left and put your finger so that no thread strand will be left behind.

At the end stick the end part to the inside of the bangle and let it dry. Cut the extra thread strands. glue the ends so that they do not come out.





Plain silk thread bangle is now ready. Now you take a ball chain. Apply glue as a line on the wrapped bangle base and then put ball chain on the glue. See that the ball chain is attached firmly.

Now your silk thread bangles are ready.

(Video Courtesy of Pakka Local)