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Connor's armlet pattern by Cherry-Chain Connor's armlet pattern by Cherry-Chain
Alright, so I bought an ACIII poster when the poster sale came through my school and one of the first thing that I noticed was that Connor wore a friendship bracelet 8D 2 actually, one on each arm. (Actually it's probably beaded since he's a Mohawk and they made beaded jewlery, but I can still make a knotted version) So I immediately wanted to make it.

This is actually the first time I ever solved a pattern x3 It doesn't look that complicated, but it was actually quite difficult to get all the colours where they should be.

To minimalize any warping of the pattern as well as to make the armlet wide enough, I suggest using 2 embroidery floss for each string.

Other bracelet patterns:
Assassin's Symbol: [link]
Templar Cross:[link]

Finished armlet: [link]

Visuals for the pattern made using: [link]
Although I initally solved by scribbling the pattern on paint

EDIT: OH MY GOODNESS I never expected a DD ;________________; Thaaannnnk yooooouuuuuuuuu
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Meenas-Lair Jul 15, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I tried to do it but I failed at reading the instruction so mine looks very different but I'd still like to thank you for creating this :)
[link]
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:iconsuperneoon:
thank you!
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:iconpindakees:
Bless you really, thanks so much for this.
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enilosa Jan 17, 2013  Student Digital Artist
This is really really cool! One question, though: did you tie all the strings for the pattern together at the top or did you do smaller groups (in order of the pattern) and knot them together as you went along the pattern? Thank you for posting this, it's way too cool to pass up :)
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Cherry-Chain Jan 17, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I'm not sure if I understood your question entirely, but I tied all the string up at the top and when I reached the bottom of this pattern, the string are aligned the same way as the top of the pattern so I could repeat it
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enilosa Jan 18, 2013  Student Digital Artist
Sweet, thanks. I can't wait to try to make it :la:
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Leetah09 Jan 13, 2013  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Hey I'm a native and also a beader, and I think it's pretty cool you did your own version of this and did a knotted bracelet! You did a good job! (Also this stuff is beaded on a loom! If anyone asks lol)

Kudos to you :D
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:iconrendjur:
Thank you very much! I was actually thinking about how it would be really cool to have this around your wrist instead of an armband. It'd also be really awesome as an armband because I would imagine it much easier to sew onto fabric versus beads...in short...this is fantastic~!

But I do appreciate this. Congrats on the DD as well :)
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:iconjoeltonongkh:
love the grid and detailing so much! beautiful!
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Warai-Kentshu Dec 1, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
EXCELLENT JOB! : D Amazing work ^___^
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