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Once both ends of the braid have been knotted, a clasp can be added to transform it into a piece of finished jewelry
Finished length of flat Kumihimo braid
2 - Ribbon Ends
Hypo Tube Cement
Chain Nose Pliers
Generously dab glue next to the knots to coat the cord and prevent fraying when the braid is cut. Allow the glue to dry.
Use sharp scissors to trim the braid between the knot and the braid.
Slide a ribbon end over the end of the braid.
Squeeze the ribbon end closed using chain nose pliers.
Attach a jump ring to one end.
Attach a jump ring and a clasp to the opposite end.
Congratulations, you have added a clasp to a flat kumihimo braid!