Bracelet

Free crochet pattern bracelet jewelry



I love making jewelry. Necklaces, rings, earrings and of course bracelets. They are easy to make and can be matched with every outfit. As many people asked about the pattern, I decided to write it down here.

Video tutorial

Bracelet cap

Put some glue in the caps (not too much, or it will flood) and put them on both sides of the bracelet. Make sure the caps are directly opposite each other!

Materials

– 2.5 mm crochet hook (US terms B hook)
– Cotton yarn (Weight: fingering or sport)
– Bracelet caps (8mm)
– Glue

Abbreviations

sc: single crochet
inc: increase (2 sc in next sc)
dec: decrease (next 2 sc together)
**: repeat
(): amount of stitches you should have at the end of the row

Work in continuous rounds! So do not use slip stitches. If you prefer thicker bracelets, use 8sc instead of 7sc. If you use smaller caps, use 5sc or 6sc.

Bracelet

1. 4sc in magic ring (4)
2. 4sc (4) – This might be hard because it’s so small!
3. *1sc, inc* Repeat 3x (7)
4. 7sc (7)
5. Repeat step 4 till the ‘tube’ is long enough. Take into account that you will attach caps and clasps at both ends, so the bracelet will be longer.
6. *1sc, dec* Repeat 3x (4) – This will make sure the bracelet ends fit in the caps.



End caps

Put some glue in the caps (not too much, or it will flood) and put them on both sides of the bracelet. Make sure the caps are directly opposite each other!

Here are some examples of end caps you can buy on Amazon. The full set below costs $12.99.

Or these, which I also have, 40 pieces for $7.39.

Five of these sets cost $6.45 and includes an extension chain to make it longer.

NOTICE: The written instructions, illustrations, photos, and patterns herein are protected by copyright law. You are free to link to the patterns, but please do not copy!


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    Carol Meek
    25 March 2017 at 12:42 am

    BRACELET
    Posted on 2 January 2016
    Free crochet pattern bracelet jewelry

    I love making jewelry. Necklaces, rings, earrings and of course bracelets. They are easy to make and can be matched with every outfit. As many people asked about the pattern, I decided to write it down here.

    Video tutorial

    Bracelet cap

    Put some glue in the caps (not too much, or it will flood) and put them on both sides of the bracelet. Make sure the caps are directly opposite each other!

    Materials

    – 2.5 mm crochet hook (US terms B hook)
    – Cotton yarn (Weight: fingering or sport)
    – Bracelet caps (8mm)
    – Glue

    Abbreviations

    sc: single crochet
    inc: increase (2 sc in next sc)
    dec: decrease (next 2 sc together)
    **: repeat
    (): amount of stitches you should have at the end of the row

    Work in continuous rounds! So do not use slip stitches. If you prefer thicker bracelets, use 8sc instead of 7sc. If you use smaller caps, use 5sc or 6sc.

    Bracelet

    1. 4sc in magic ring (4)
    2. 4sc (4) – This might be hard because it’s so small!
    3. *1sc, inc* Repeat 3x (7)
    4. 7sc (7)
    5. Repeat step 4 till the ‘tube’ is long enough. Take into account that you will attach caps and clasps at both ends, so the bracelet will be longer.
    6. *1sc, dec* Repeat 3x (4) – This will make sure the bracelet ends fit in the caps.

    End caps

    Put some glue in the caps (not too much, or it will flood) and put them on both sides of the bracelet. Make sure the caps are directly opposite each other!

    Here are some examples of end caps you can buy on Amazon. The full set below costs $12.99.

    Or these, which I also have, 40 pieces for $7.39.

    Five of these sets cost $6.45 and includes an extension chain to make it longer.

    And the last ones I recommend are very unique. I really love the design but have not ordered myself yet (will do when I’m out of caps). 10 pieces cost $6.99. It’s a mixed order so I think you need to order 2 sets to have matching caps for 1 bracelet (otherwise you have 10 different caps)

    NOTICE: The written instructions, illustrations, photos, and patterns herein are protected by copyright law. You are free to link to the patterns, but please do not copy!

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    Cindy Sherwood
    21 March 2017 at 5:20 pm

    What weight Cotton are you using?

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    Jadelynne Marsden
    21 March 2017 at 2:36 am

    May I sell items made from the pattern?

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    Suzanne
    19 March 2017 at 8:28 pm

    Hello, what kind of cotton did you use?

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    yoga music mantras & chants
    11 February 2017 at 4:23 pm

    You are my breathing in, I own few web logs and rarely run out from to post .

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    Trinh
    28 December 2016 at 7:03 pm

    Where did you get your end caps? They match perfectly with your bracelets

  • Reply
    Tloves0990
    23 December 2016 at 10:23 pm

    Is it ok to make bracelets to sell? (I don’t want to sell pattern)

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      Wilma
      23 December 2016 at 10:29 pm

      Yes, go ahead! 🙂

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        Tloves0990
        27 December 2016 at 2:22 pm

        Thanks ???

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    Nathalie sou
    11 February 2016 at 12:37 pm

    Thanks you
    Very cute
    Kiss

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