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Sugar Skull Cuff Bracelet Pattern


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I designed this sugar skull crochet cuff bracelet with a shabby chic twist. The pattern shows you how to crochet the cuff with one large skull bead and gives directions on adding additional seed beads if you wish. Then you just add some ribbon to tie it to your wrist. American crochet terms used and directions are including for crocheting the beads on. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Basic Crochet Skills SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS The cuff portion of the bracelet you make will measure about 3 inches long and about 1 1/4 inches wide. Then you just add some ribbon through the loops on the ends and tie it on your wrist. I used elastic ribbon so I could just tie it and slip it on and off easily. PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Aunt Lydia's Fashion Size 3 Crochet Thread

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  • Materials needed are: -crochet thread (I used size 3 crochet thread and fingering weight cotton yarn for the examples), 25mm flat howlite skull bead (these can be found by searching Etsy), size 6/0 seed beads (if you plan to use them), size 2.75mm hook, ribbon, craft glue, yarn needle, scissors and ruler.

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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 :)