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Cluster Beaded Crochet Bracelet Pattern


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This crochet bracelet pattern is designed to look like many clusters of beads crocheted together. Faceted beads give a sparkly effect and the finished product has a nice weight to it. My written instructions in this PDF tutorial are in step by step form and include close up photos. You only need to know very basic stitches. There are instructions for crocheting beads. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Very Basic Crochet Skills SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS - Length of the finished bracelet is about 6 inches. There are 3 rows of beads all crocheted together, making the width about 3/4 inch. The bracelet is designed with loops at either end. You can add any ribbon to the loops (elastic ribbon works great) and tie to your wrist. A second closure option using rings and a clasp is given in the tutorial as well. PREFERRED BRAND/YARN C-Lon Tex 400

Supplies Needed

  • -Materials needed: 2.75mm hook, size 8mm beads (quantity of 36), size 6mm beads (quantity of 6), C-Lon Tex 400 nylon thread, yarn needle, scissors, glue and ribbon or jump rings and lobster clasps. I used faceted Czech glass beads which are easily found on Etsy. I bought my C-Lon Tex 400 nylon thread from Matsbeads on Etsy.

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The Velvet Heart
The Velvet Heart
Hi! I am a military brat who married a Kansas boy and now we are carving out a life on the prairie. I started crocheting while staying home to raise our three children. Occasionally I break out some worsted weight yarn, but for the most part, I am pretty obsessed with thread crochet, especially when it involves beads. I sell mostly crochet jewelry patterns. I draw a huge amount of influence from my love of mid century style. Everything from color palette (turquoise blue, pink and mint green!) to the types of jewelry worn then, like sweater clips and big chunky beads. My style, though, is decidedly bohemian. I hope you enjoy my designs! Find me on Facebook under The Velvet Heart :)