How to Make a Red String Kabbalah Bracelet

Updated March 21, 2017

For many people, puchasing the normally priced fifteen dollar red string Kabbalah bracelet is not an option. However, don't panic. This article will teach you how to make your own for less than a dollar. Read more to learn how you can make a red string Kabbalah bracelet in as little as ten minutes.

Purchase a thin, tightly woven red string from your local arts and crafts store. Purchase a string that is manicured and braided to a smooth finish. The pull of the string should be taut. Avoid string that is intended for general weaving.

Measure the length of the string to about five inches. Size to your wrist and cut appropriately.

Place the cut string before you for blessing and prayer. Cleanse the string with holy water.

Place the string around your left wrist and tie a secure knot.

Say a final prayer for protection. Elect the red string as a symbol of that protection. Bless the string as a token of your faith in the healing power of God.


As with any religion, it is best to ask questions and study the text and rules of its tradition before subscribing to its principles.

Things You'll Need

  • Red string
  • Scissors
  • Blessing/prayer
  • Holy water
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Charlie Gaston has written numerous instructional articles on topics ranging from business to communications and estate planning. Gaston holds a bachelor's degree in international business and a master's degree in communications. She is fluent in Spanish and has extensive travel experience.