How To Make A Rosary

Making a rosary is something anyone can learn to do! We will teach you how to make a rosary in easy steps you can follow.

This website is under construction ~ So please check back over the next couple of weeks as we add instructions for all these rosaries and more!

Here are the Kinds of Rosaries you can Make

A simple mission rosary. This rosary uses cord, inexpensive beads and a plastic cross. It’s a great rosary for beginners and children. They are great for giving away. In fact, the Knights of Columbus at our church use these rosaries for their “Pray it Forward” campaign. They package the rosary along with a prayer card in a special bag. The intent is to pray the rosary and then pass it along to someone who prays the rosary. Like the movie “Pay it Forward”, this is a nice way to “Pray it Forward”.

A wire strung rosary. This rosary is easy to make and can be as simple or elaborate as your heart desires. It is a bit different than a traditional wire and chain rosary, but equally durable and it prays well. This rosary is fairly simple to make and the techniques are easy to learn.  To learn about the bronze rosary parts used in this rosary, click here.

A wire wrapped and chain rosary. This is a traditional style rosary. It collapses nicely into your hand or pocket. There are several different ways to make a wire rosary. We’ll give you instructions for lots of options you can mix and match into the perfect rosary. It does take a little bit of practice to make a wire rosary, but with our step-by-step instructions and a little bit of practice, you’ll be off and running in no time!

Rosary bracelets. There are several kinds of rosary bracelets you can make. A strung or wire wrapped bracelet is made in a similar way to strung or wire wrapped rosaries. We’ll show you the little tricks to make a beautiful rosary bracelet! Or try your hand at this super easy to make memory wire bracelet which can be made faster than…well..faster than you can pray the whole rosary!

My parents make these all-knot rosaries for our men and women in military service. They love them because there are no shiny metal pieces to reflect light and no hard pieces. It can easily fit in a pocket. I love these rosaries for their simplistic beauty. Make one to donate and one for yourself!

Here’s another version of the knotted or military rosary.  This one is made for cord that is tie dyed.  Would you like to learn how to tie dye a rosary?  It’s easy and fun!

This kid friendly slider style rosary is fun to make and fun to give to that special little one in your life!

Rosary rings are fun too. I made this little gem out of leftover beads in my bead box. But you can easily buy the supplies and whip one up in a half hour.

Learn How to Make A Rosary with Supplies Like These!

Beads, Crosses,Tools and Wire

Want to Buy Bronze Rosary Parts?

You’re in luck!  I sell beautiful bronze rosary parts!  They are cast from vintage rosary pieces using the lost wax method by a caster in the United States.  I love bronze rosary parts because they are affordable, yet give the vintage feel that I desire.  It’s a way for me to get very unique and special rosary pieces that I can’t find anywhere else!

Please continue to check this webpage. As we add instructions to the website, there will be links you can click to get step-by-step instructions for all kinds of rosaries.