How to Crochet a Bracelet




About: HI! I'm MaryJ and I'm from Rome (Italy)! I like to share my handmade projects and patterns

Hi! I'm MaryJ Handmade :)

In this tutorial I'm going to show you how to crochet theese nice bracelets and 3 endings. The stitch that I use is called 3d Romanian point lace.

I'm italian, so please forgive me if I make mistakes. I hope my English is understandable enough :)

Step 1: Watch the Full Video Tutorial! :)

Step 2: What You Need:

  • Cotton thread (I use Egyptian cotton n° 5)
  • Crochet hook (I use a 1.75 mm hook)
  • Large hole beads
  • Charms
  • Scissors
  • Anything you want to use to decorate your bracelet

Step 3: Crochet the 3D Romanian Point Lace Cord

The stitch that I use to make my bracelets is called 3D romanian point lace. It's really easy and fast to make!

If you don't know how to crochet it, watch my video! I explain how to make it easily.

The only stitches you need to know are:

  • chain stitch
  • slip stitch
  • single crochet

I told you it's easy :)

Step 4: End the Cord

When your cord is long enough, cut the yarn and fasten off

Step 5: Insert Beads and Charms

Now it's time to embellish your bracelet!

You can insert beads, charms and anything you like!

Step 6: Choose a Way to Finish the Bracelet

We've almost finished! We just have to choose a way to finish the bracelet.

I use to finish it in some ways:

  • with a clasp
  • with a button
  • with a knot
  • with an adjustable ending

In the video I show you theese ways to end the bracelet.

If you have other ideas, please, share them with me!



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    6 Discussions


    3 years ago on Introduction

    Beautiful bracelets!! And your tutorial is very interesting and clear too, I didn't know that stitch and I will have to try it too! :)

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    3 years ago on Introduction

    Excellent, slow, up-close video! And you're very understandable. Thanks for the great Instructable!

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    Thank you so much tomatoskins, I'm so happy you like it :D I joined Instructables just yesterday so I have to figure out how it works here. Your comment made my day :D