You can make chokers, rings and other jewellery items with them. You can also create decorations by tying them together using black thread.
Below are some examples of how you might use your Thokcha collectibles to make jewellery and decorations. You can follow the same techniques to create other items, such as bangles, earrings and bracelets.
- To make a bangle, wrap a string around one amulet in the centre of the knot and then tie it off at each side. Then wrap the string around two adjacent amulets in the middle of their knots and tie it off again, forming an open-ended loop at one end that will be used as a closure for this bangle.
- To make a choker, wrap a string around two adjacent amulets in the middle of their knots and tie it off. Form a knot at the end of one string. Wrap the second string around this knot, then tie it off at each side.
- To make an anklet, cut four strips of thread, each about one inch long. Set one end at each corner of a square made by tying two amulets together in the centre of their knots. Start wrapping the threads from this point and weave them back, alternating between two threads and passing over all four layers as you go. This will form a square knot at each corner.
- To make a ring, put two amulets together in the centre of their knots and tie them off. Put one amulet into the centre of an open-ended loop formed by the first amulet’s string, and then wrap the second amulet around it once. Wrap string around both amulets at their knotted ends, then tie it off at both ends, leaving a loop that can be used to make a bracelet.
Indeed, there are many other possibilities for making jewellery and decorations with your Nepal Thokcha amulets. Nevertheless, if you hate getting your hands dirty, you can source your jewellery collection from trusted suppliers.