1. Line the inside of your bangle with a strip of double sided tape. Don’t peel it off the backing layer yet. Make a small ball of the yarn color that you will use as your base. The ball needs to be small enough to fit through the bangle. Peel a short section of tape back and firmly stick down the end of yarn.
2. Start wrapping yarn around the bangle covering the tail. Continue wrapping neatly, peeling back double sided tape protective layer as you go along. Keep the yarn close together and press firmly on back to adhere it to tape.
3. To finish off, thread needle with the tail of remaining yarn and feed it under the tightly wrapped yarn and trim excess. Thread needle with a length of contrasting yarn. Start by passing the needle under several strands of yarn on the bangle, the more strands the better as the tail end will end up more secure.
4. Pull yarn just until you don’t see the tail. Create your design by weaving in and out of the wrapped strands of yarn on bangle. When you get back to start, continue weaving another row, slightly shifting you are in and out of pattern.
5. To finish off, feed yarn under the tightly wrapped base yarn strands. Trim excess. Play with different colours and weave patterns to create different designs. You could even try using varied materials like string or fine ribbon to create interesting textures.