Five Yen and Sliding Knot

This craft had been requested most since we announced it at the beginning. This very functional craft teaches the Chinese Sliding Knot. We included a Japanese Five Yen coin to hang from it to give this craft a real Asian feel.

Necklace (1)

 

Oriental Coin Necklace

Supplies per Package

· (1) 3′ cord

· (1) Oriental coin

· (1) Instructions sheet

Additional supplies required per person or table

· scissors

Supplies to take by instructor

· Packages

· Scissors

· Extra coins

· Extra cord

· Extra instructions sheet

Instructions [Note: Compressed sheet with instructions in each package]

1. Check that you have 3 feet of cord, 1 Oriental Coin, and access to a pair of scissors.

2. Find the two loose ends of the cord
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3. Pull the cord between your fingers to find the middle
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4. Pinch the middle and poke it through the
hole in the coin
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5. Pull the two loose through the loop in the cord
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6. Overlap the two loose ends about 7”
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7. Loop one loose end back on its self
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8 - 12

13. Repeat with other loose necklace end.

14. Coin necklace look
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15. Sliding knot opened
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About WeTeachCrafts

Gloria and Brad have been teaching crafts on cruise ships for over 30 years.
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