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"Free" Beaded Bracelet with a Twist


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This is a little Thank You to all of you, I have been crocheting for over 40 years and I still get the same enjoyment and thrill from it, so I just want you all to have the same feeling. This is a simple little crochet bracelet and if you are a beginner in crocheting you only need to be able to do a chain and a double crochet (single crochet) and that is all... You can use any leftover yarn to practice, but I do find that the bracelets have a better finish with a cotton yarn . I do hope you enjoy making your bracelets with the added twist and I am always here to help with any problems you may have.. Thanking you all again for purchasing my patterns. CrocKnits xx P.S. In return I really would appreciate if you could visit my project for this pattern & click the little pink heart , my aim is to get on the Top Twenty Leaderboard.........One Day.......!!! BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY For the pattern you only need to be able to do chains and Double Crochet (Single Crochet) GAUGE Not important with this pattern SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS This size will fit most but also is easily adjusted PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Cotton Yarn is better for this project.. COLORWAY Make lots in different colour variations

Supplies Needed

  • Small amounts of Cotton Yarn, 30 small beads,Crochet Hook 3.5mm,needle for sewing

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My first love is crocheting and my second is knitting. I usually have various projects on the go and I must say I do like to see quick results. I enjoy designing and creating my own patterns but also taking patterns and making them my own by adding something different. I started crocheting and knitting when I was young ,not sure which came first. I crochet my own Wedding Dress 40 years ago in Twilleys cotton just wish I had saved it to hand down to my Grand-daughter's.