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Dreamcatcher's Anklet Crochet Pattern


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While this pattern is listed for $2 that is for printing purposes. If you'd like to see this pattern for free, you can do so on my blog where the pattern is listed here: I love anklets! Absolutely love them. I knew I wanted to make one for the summer that reflected the brightness of summer and the freedom summer brings. I searched for a pattern but didn't find one I liked. I decided right then and there to make one for myself. I was quite pleased with how simple and easy it was. I quickly wrote down what I did. Then I though to myself "Why not share this with everyone?" So, here I am sharing this pattern with all. It's a very simple pattern that will take you no time at all to complete. You can make it any color that suits your spirit. Make more than one in different colors for different occasions. It is PERFECT for the beach or park or barbecue. You can add beads or omit the beads. Up to you. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Crochet in the round, crochet with beads, magic circle/ring, basic stitches GAUGE No specific gauge SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS size customized to fit wearer SUGGESTED YARN 3 yards of Lace weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Aunt Lydia Crochet Thread or Bernat Handicrafter Crochet Thread COLORWAY Any color you want

Recommended with this pattern

  • mercerized cotton crochet thread size 10 (~3 yards), 8/1.8mm steel hook
  • small beads (12), button (1), darning needle for weaving in ends

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Dianne is a momma of three wonderful boys, a wife to an incredible and patient husband, and a former preschool/daycare center director. After having her third son, whom she refers to as her saving grace, she decided to become a stay at home mom. On her down time, (wait, she has down time as a SAHM?!) she reads, writes book reviews and crochets. She’s also a semi-blogger and uses this platform as a way to get out of her comfort zone and push herself to share and discover new things. You can view my blog here: