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Crochet Bangle Bracelet Pattern Frilly Scrunchie


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Skills Needed

  • Seamless
  • Simple Stitches
  • Textured
  • Worked In The Round

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Looking For Unique Crochet Jewelry Patterns? Look No Further! Make This Frilly & Stylish Crochet Bangle Bracelet Pattern. These are so much fun to make & wear that you can't stop making it for yourself & for your loved ones. Bring out the little child in you! Make these bracelets in different colors, stack & wear it together for a gathered effect. Abbreviations: US terms BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY: Basic crochet stitches GAUGE: 28 dc + 8 rows = 4" (10 cm) on size D-10 (3.25 mm) hook. SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS: 8.5 inches in Circumference. SUGGESTED YARN: 40 yards of Fingering weight. PREFERRED BRAND/YARN: DMC Senso Microfiber Cotton COLORWAY: Coral, Turquoise, Lime Green ____________________________ Copyright Information: You may sell finished items made using this crochet pattern provided it is made by you. If you do so, please provide the following link and information in your listing description: This pattern is designed by Mamta Motiyani Reselling or sharing this crochet pattern is strictly NOT permitted. I am sure that you will respect my right as a crochet designer. ©Frilly Stacking Bangle by Mamta Motiyani. All Rights Reserved 2009.

Recommended with this pattern

  • 3.25 mm or D-10 or size needed to obtain gauge.
  • DMC Senso Microfiber Yarn. Colors: Coral, Turquoise, Lime Green. (1 skein/ball each)
  • Rubber Bangle (Size of your wrist) or rubber hair tie

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Make Unique & Cool Crochet Patterns For Newborn Babies, Women, Men! They Are So Easy That Even A Beginner In Crochet Can Design It. Whenever I craft, I am in my fairy world, a world where I bring my imagination into reality, where the impossible becomes possible. Yes, that's me. For me, everything is possible. I've been inclined towards crafts since I first took newspaper & scissors in my hands as a toddler. Even though, I do other crafts too, right now, I am mostly into crochet. I learned to crochet as a teenager during my summer holidays some 21 years ago & haven't stopped since then. I hope you enjoy my designs & maybe see a part of my world through your eyes and your crochet hooks. :) To read more about me, please go here: