I decided to spend a little more time on this project because I felt like I had to rush a bit with yesterday's. As a test of both my fingers and my patience, I settled on a square knot design I played with on a pair of earrings about a week ago. They were not exactly complicated to bend, but getting the sections of the knot to interlink smoothly prompted enough expletives to make a pirate blush. If you think you're up for the task, take a look at this cool tutorial. (I made mine by wrapping the wire around a pencil instead of using the jig - saved a lot of headache this time around.)
The knots in this bracelet and the deep olive green glass - my absolute favorite color - made me think of sailors crossing the Atlantic on tall ships. I'll be sure to wear it the next time I plunder and pillage!
This trinket is made from silver wire and crackled glass beads.