Writers create a tapestry, or detailed combination of things, in every draft. Using six yarn colors to represent different craft moves a writer makes, children and teachers can make a bracelet (by braiding, crocheting, or just tying it in multiple knots) that may serve as a visual reminder to include these moves in their writing. The Writer's Tapestry Bracelet Color Code digital download gives detailed descriptions of what each color represents. While writing a draft, students may use the bracelet as a reminder to include craft moves to lift the quality of their writing. While revising, writers may use colored pencils, matching the colors on the list, to make their writing better. While reading or listening to a mentor text, students may use the bracelet colors to identify craft moves published writers include to make their stories the best they can be. There is no correct way to make the bracelet - be creative! It doesn't need to look perfect because drafting/revising is messy work!