A fisherman's bracelet is made from fishing tackle. It is commonly made at Christian events as a reference to Jesus's words in Matthew 4:19, where he promises to make his followers fisher of men. This craft project is suitable even for young children. The end result is a sturdy piece of jewelry that can be worn to to remind the wearer of the lesson.
Open the snap end of a lead-free swivel hook the way you would a safety pin. Depress the loose end and push it to one side. This allows the prong to spring free.
Hook the freed prong through the loop at the rear of another swivel hook.
Close the prong. You now have two swivel hooks that are snapped together.
Continue adding swivel hooks until there are enough to go around your wrist.
Close the bracelet by opening the final swivel hook and hooking it through the loop at the rear of the chain.
Wear the fisherman's bracelet by sliding it onto your wrist.
Thread beads onto the prongs before hooking them through the loop. This gives the bracelet some color.