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I really like the look of crochet lace, and I'm also fond of the malleable yet durable nature of wire; thus, I decided to combine these elements in ...
thin gauge wire (Anything from 24-30 should be fine; too thin and your wire will snap very easily, too thick and crocheting will be very hard. I used ...
If you decided to include beads for the bracelet, string all of them onto your wire. How many is really up to you; if you want to have ...
To crochet, hold your hands like shown above. How you position your left hand doesn't matter too much, but for the right hand, hold as shown. Start off ...
The stitch I used for this bracelet is the chain stitch. To do this stitch, wrap the wire around the hook counterclockwise (looking at the wire from your ...
To crochet with beads, pull up one (or two, if you want) toward the hook. Then wrap your hook with wire as previously described (counterclockwise, etc.). I found ...
To end your bracelet, slide the last loop off your crochet hook. Take the other end of the crochet chain (with the wire tail) and string that tail ...
I pulled too hard on the wire so my wire snapped. >< *oops*But if this happens to you, just bend the snapped part back and fiddle around until ...
Bend the wire back up afterward and then begin wrapping the tail around the connection between the two ends.
Cut the wire short and bend until the end is well hidden so that it won't poke you. Then you're done! Enjoy your new bracelet, and customize it ...
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