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On August 30, 2015 at 12:54 am Kaladin47 said:

Do not worry about other people seeing you in the hard times. They will most likely understand and not bother you with it. If they do however, those people are assholes and don't even deserve your attention. I'd say just keep going on with your life as normal. You're not the first to obviously have a struggle at school and you won't be the last. I remember two years ago doing something very similar in the middle of the school's library.

On August 30, 2015 at 12:47 am Kaladin47 said:

I would say that it is not disrespectful to that person unless you make it exactly like their kandi and not give them credit/ask them. I'm sure that they would love for you to use the same word on your own kandi. Nobody has a hold of having PLUR on a bracelet, so you can use it also. If they understand how big of the meaning is to you, it would astound me if they find it disrespectful/disliked it.

On August 30, 2015 at 12:43 am Kaladin47 said:

@pinkypie101: Well what do you want to do? Do you want to make cuffs (thick bracelets) or say kandi masks. They have similar methods but work differently. My biggest suggestion is to feel free to experiment. Buy enough stretch cord/string so that you can always keep working even if you mess up (I'd say at least have an extra roll that you are not using yet). Though having a lot of beads may seem like a goal, I would caution going out and buying tons. You can always reuse beads but not string. If you buy too much beads, there is an issue of keeping them sorted/separated while you store them. I still have beads that are over a year old just because I've bought too much of that kind.