"Use something simple like string or wool, then tie on any charms you find around the home or in the street: a badge, a safety pin, a button fallen from a coat, a lost key, whatever you have or can find that has meaning for you... The charms can be things that make you feel protected or reflective, they can.... connect you to other things... or... remind you of important principles."
I thought of using macrame as that's traditionally a craft with string and I found several easy online tutorials on making a macrame charm bracelet. However, I ended up using that golden-yellow cord instead because it was thinner so easier to thread through my button and because the colour reminded me of this time of year: golden sunlight in the afternoon and the changing leaves before they fall.
The Silversnake Project is published by Triarchy Press and there's still time to read it and try the activities if you fancy doing so.
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