Hi all. Once again, someone has asked me about making a cuff to be
worn upside down, with the gap at the top. This time I think I will
accept the challenge, since I’ve been meaning to figure this one out
My cuffs generally fit fairly snugly and often don’t have much flex.
I’m always showing customers how to put on a cuff properly, by
pushing one end of the bracelet into the soft spot in the center of
the underside of the wrist, to allow you to roll your wrist into the
bracelet. This makes it possible to put on a snug, stiff cuff with a
minimum of discomfort.
However, trying to then roll it around 180 degrees so the gap is on
top is much more difficult, since that soft spot is not available
for this maneuver. Ouch. I think I will need to allow for more flex
at the very least.
So, I’m wondering if anyone has any tips on the following (or
How to put on a bracelet like this
Any configuration adjustments helpful in making this look and
work as a bracelet designed from the getgo to be worn upside down of
Thanks again, Orhid! And I promise not to make a double snakehead