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.
This bracelet is a great project to use your yarn scraps for as you only need a bit of yarn. It works up super fast, once you get the hang of it, it only takes about an hour.
Here are some bracelets I made in autumn colors
Also, if you’re looking for a nice handmade gift for your mother, grandmother, grandchildren or friend, this would be a perfect gift idea! I made one for Mother’s Day and every year in spring and summer I make some new bracelets for my new outfits.
You can choose to use caps (like on my picture) or without. If you don’t have bracelet caps at home and want to make one, just continue making a few more rounds of single crochet and close the tube without bracelet caps.
I love to wear my handmade bracelets combined with other matching jewelry!
– 2.5 mm crochet hook (US terms B hook)
– Yarn & Colors Must Have (fingering cotton yarn)
– Bracelet caps 8mm (10 pieces/5 sets for $2.99)
– Lobster clasps (5 pieces for $2.99)
– Connecting rings 4mm (50 for $2.99)
I have made a short video showing you how to make this bracelet.
Abbreviations / stitches that are used
sc: single crochet
inc: increase (2 sc in next sc)
dec: decrease (next 2 sc together)
(): amount of stitches you should have at the end of the row
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– Work in continuous rounds, which means you do not have to make slip stitches at the end of a round.
– If you prefer thicker bracelets, work with 8sc instead of 7sc.
– If you use smaller bracelet caps, use 5sc or 6sc.
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.
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!
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