A choker will usually fit as a double wrap bracelet on most people. Double the amount of working and anchor cord in the tutorial for this project.
When using a centerpiece link, fold each anchor cord in half, and attach each to the link with a lark's head knot (see illustration below). The link replaces the shortest cord in the original tutorial.
Since only 2 cords fit through the link, center the working cord, and macramé your way to the ends on both sides.
Keep a close eye on the length, to keep link centered. This has the button offset because it was knotted symmetrically, but lengths can be adjusted on either side to compensate.
Designer Tips, Continued
This particular button's shank is only large enough to allow two cords, so I put the anchor cords through, then tied a single knot with all 4 cords on the other side of the button hole.
For the looped end of the clasp, I tied a knot with all of the cords at the end of the last square knot, cut the working cords flush to the knot and glued them.
I then tied a knot at the appropriate spot to catch the button. Knotting tweezers and sturdy needles are helpful in getting the knots placed correctly.
Optional: Use bracelet-bending pliers to put a nice smooth curve in the link.
Use a needle to separate the ends of the cord into a tassel.
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1 unit # Name
Beading Tweezers or Knotting Pliers
Scissors, Clipboard, Binder clips, needle, glue
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