Crochet bracelet

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Crochet bracelet Pattern


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Jewelry: Crochet bracelet
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details





Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • This is an easy tutorial, basics of wire-wrapping and crochet may be helpful, however detailed instruction and many pictures are included

Pattern Description:

Love to crochet....? Why not with wire...? I will show you how...!

This technique gives you opportunity to create lovely crochet bracelet using stones/beads.
When you make one, you will want to make a new one and new one... Using the same pattern you can make a pendant, earrings and more ...

Tutorial is very detailed, step by step with photos of each step.

Level: Beginner
Pages: 30
Number of steps: 54
Includes 89 photos

The tutorial also includes three different ways of closing crochet bracelet!

Make a bracelet that's unique to your taste and style.

And the most important, enjoy!


  • 14 yards of 28-gauge wire (craft wire, plated, dead soft sterling silver or dead soft gold filled)
  • 3 pieces 6" long of 24-gauge wire (any type: craft wire, plated, sterling silver or gold filled)
  • approximately 140 beads/stones/pearls 3-6mm
  • 1 clasp (toggle, lobster, box clasp)
  • 2 pieces 12 " long of ribbon (any kind)
  • 1 button (approximately 15mm)

You Will Also Need:

  • Crochet hook number 7 / 1.65mm
  • Chain nose pliers
  • Round nose pliers
  • Wire cutters

Pattern Reviews

Pattern Reviews

Average Review (of 1 review)
Sharke on

Excellent Excellent!  May 18, 2012

A great way to use up odds and ends . It looks beautiful. The pattern is easy to follow.

About Designer

About Designer

AgaDesigns on

Aga Kruk has been a successful professional jewelry designer and maker for more than five years. As her business grew, she posted some of her projects here on Craftsy. Members quickly took notice and "hearted" them, making her one of our most popular members. Her patterns became highly sought after, and so have the in-person classes she teaches in an Arlington, Virginia-area bead store. Aga holds ...

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