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Crochet Tyre Bangle Pattern Friendship Bracelet


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You will love to make this crochet bangle bracelet pattern. A crochet cuff / bangle in a unique puff stitch which resembles like a tyre. A cute fashion accessory for any occasion especially any sporty events. I was passing through a phase where the structure of tyres inspired me the most. This design was almost like an accidental discovery when I was making something else & I couldn't stop until I finished this chunky, cool and stylish bangle. The shape so much resembled a tyre that I named it, "Tyre Bangle". Abbreviations: US terms BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY: Basic Crochet Stitches Skill: Easy GAUGE: 13 sc + 16 rows = 4" (10 cm) on size H-8 (5 mm) hook SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS: 24.5 cm/ 10 inches in circumference. PREFERRED BRAND/YARN: Lion Brand Cotton Ease, Any Color. 1 skein/ball. ____________________________ 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. Tyre Bangle by Mamta Motiyani 2010. All Rights Reserved.

Recommended with this pattern

  • Suggested Yarn: Lion brand Cotton Ease
  • Crochet Hook Size: 5 mm or H-8 or size needed to obtain gauge.
  • Sewing Needle

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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: