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Free How to Thread Crochet A Friendship Bracelet Ideas New 2021

Add some fun to your summer outfits with the new crochet bracelets. Many of these bracelets require only a small amount of material and can be made quickly and easily. Choose a material that will complement the outfit you want to wear and you’ll be hooked on these cheap accessories in no time.

Crochet has become a very popular activity as new techniques can be learned and experiments can be done with a variety of tools. We can combine different traditional crochet tools with various sewing patterns and combine them to make beautiful jewelery. You need some practice to create fascinating wearable artworks. Whether for a night out or even dressing up for office wear and casual wear, you can make these wonderful patterns here. You can use the varieties for daily use or special occasions. You can find a variety of patterns for bracelets, from breezy to lacy patterns and beaded patterns to match the right crafting projects.

 

Pilgrimage

Materials:

Worsted or Aran weight yarn
Sz 7 needles (straight or circular)
Sz 5 double pointed needles for optional I-cord lacing
1 button for optional I-cord lacing
48” of ribbon, cord or leather for lacing or 6 buttons (if using lacing, 2 beads or trinkets to weight the ends)
A trinket for the ‘centerpiece’

Today’s offering is a beautiful knitted cuff , designed especially to show off those few vintage buttons you don’t know what to do with or some beads picked up on holiday. Your trinkets and treasures become the centrepiece for this quick bit of lace knitting, just the thing to use up your last little bit of silk yarn or favourite leftovers that you can’t bear to throw out. The perfect bit of stash-busting…

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Reverse Rib Wristlets

 

Materials

50 grams Sqwish Cuddle Toes Sock Yarn
3mm, US 2.5 needles
6 buttons

Here is part two of the Reverse Rib Trilogy. These wrist warmers knit up super quick, make fabulous gifts and are a nifty accessory. Measure around a coffee cup and you can easily adapt this pattern to make a coffee cup cozy

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Mystic Light Pulse Warmer

 

Materials

your yarn (mine is Fleece Artist Merino 2/6 – a fingering weight yarn)
your needles (I used 4.5 mm circular needles with a 100 cm cable)
cable needle (optional)
waste yarn

Most swatches are used for gauge. However, for a shawl, I don’t believe gauge is as critical as for a
sweater. This is to say that if your shawl is somewhat larger or smaller than mine, it doesn’t matter – it
will still be a shawl.
It is still important to swatch, just to make sure that you like the combination of your yarn and your
needle size. Things to look for in lace is if you like the difference between the yarn overs (the holes)
and the knits (the solid part).
Because gauge doesn’t matter so much, this swatch is focused more on techniques used in the shawl,
rather than on size.

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Yo-Yo Bookmark

 

Materials

Size 10 cotton thread
For yo-yo’s: you can use a different color for each yo-yo, or
do them all the same color
For joining & edging: white, black or ecru (or the color of
your choice)
Crochet hook size 4 or size needed to achieve gauge
Gauge: Un-edged yo-yo measures about 7/8” across

Crocheted in a size 3 crochet thread, this bracelet is perfect for weddings and other fancy occasions. Crochet it in a white as shown for the bridal party, or in a black to match your black evening gown. Either way, this bracelet is sure to be a hit.

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Aloha Flower Anklet

 

Materials:

Medium Weight Yarn (approximately 12 yards)
Crochet Hook I (5.50 mm)
crochet yarn size 4
Gauge:
7 sc = 2’’
7 rows = 2’’
Gauge Swatch: 2’’w x 2’’h (5cm x 5cm) ch 8.
Row 1: sc in second ch from hook and in each ch across: 7 sc
Row 2 – 7: ch 1, turn, sc in each sc across: 7 sc
Finish off.

Summertime means tank tops, shorts and flip flops. But it also means it’s time to show off those anklets that have been stowed away in your jewelry box for a while. These are easy to make and if you happen to want them as a bracelet or necklace just add or subtract a flower. Simple and pretty!

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Dreamcatcher’s Anklet

Yarn Used and Suggested:
Aunt Lydia’s Crochet Thread, Size 10, Mercerized Cotton
*Any mercerized cotton in size 10 and in any color will do.
Hook:
US Steel Hook, 8/1.8mm
Notions and other materials:
12 beads, in desired color, size 3.5mm
Small button, with two holes preferably but not necessary, in desired color
Darning needle for weaving in ends
Gauge:
Not important

This Dreamcatcher’s Anklet is one of my first designs. This design was found on my book review blog but now it has found a new home here on Same DiNamics Crochet.

Well, in addition to sharing the pattern on Ravelry, I’m going to share it here on my blog as well for those who do not have Ravelry accounts. Please let me know if you have any questions at all.

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Loop

 

Materials:

2,5 mm crochet hook
Ade by Borgo de’ Pazzi (2 100 g skeins, 95% merino superwash – 5% lurex, shown in colour n. 6 e 7)
Luxor by Borgo de’ Pazzi (1 25 g skein, 100% lurex, shown in colour: golden)
tape measure
Tapestry needle

Toccando il filato Ade, guardando le sue sfumature e il filo di lurex dorato, ho immediatamente pensato al mio collo.
Ho immaginato di essere avvolta in un caldo abbraccio di lana merino e, nello stesso tempo, di non essere costretta a dover nascondere la collana sotto una sciarpa, facendo in modo che la
sciarpa sia un po’ una collana e viceversa! E per le più freddolose, me compresa: completare il nostro outfit con un accessorio che ci riscaldi senza sembrare dei pinguini infreddoliti!

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AUNT LYDIA’S WEDDING PETALS NECKLACE

 

What you will need:

AUNT LYDIA’S® Classic Crochet
Thread, Size 10: 1 ball 1 White.
Steel Crochet Hook: 1.5mm [US 7]
Round-nose, chain nose, and split
ring pliers, wire cutter, 5- 14 mm
pearls, 7- 10mm pearls, 2- 2mm
pearls, 2- 4mm pearls, 2- 8mm
pearls, 2 gold head pins, 2- 7mm
split rings, fabric glue
GAUGE: Small flower = 1½” (4cm)
diameter. CHECK YOUR GAUGE. Use
any size hook to obtain gauge.

Crocheted in white, this elegant necklace is perfect for the bride. Changed to a bright color or black, it’s the perfect way to change up a little black dress.

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AUNT LYDIA’S FLOWERING NECKLACE

 

What you will need:

Necklace measures 10” long x 3 1⁄4” wide, at longest
and widest points.
AUNT LYDIA’S® “Classic Crochet Thread”: 1 Ball
each 419 Ecru A and 12 Black B.
Steel Crochet Hook: 1.4mm [US 8].
2 Snap closures, 6mm; sewing needle and matching
thread; tapestry needle.
GAUGE: 1 Flower = 1 3⁄4” diameter. Gauge is not critical
for this project.

Don’t forget to pick up the finishing touches for your project! Take a look at the list of supplies you’ll need that aren’t included in your kit.

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Rainbow Anklet

 

What you will need:

Hook size C 2.75mm
DMC Mouliné Spécial 25 – approximately 1 yard per color in red, orange, yellow,
green, blue, and purple

I decided to make this today after hearing about the SCOTUS’ decision on DOMA and Prop 8. Today, rainbows are how I feel inside. This is easy to adjust for any size or even as a bracelet or necklace. Just chain as many stitches as you’d like.

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Longmeadow Cuff

 

What you will need:

1 skein Valley Yarns Longmeadow in color #12, Seafoam
US G/6/4.00mm crochet hook
US size 19/35mm needles (you only need one)
4, ½ inch buttons
stitch markers
tapestry needle
sharp scissors

A simple broomstick lace bracelet to practice your basics! 40 yds of a DK weight cotton (sample shown in Valley Yarns Longmeadow in color #12, Seafoam)

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Odd Ends

 

What you will need:

Yarn: Approx. 15 yds (14 meters) of DK weight
yarn. Samples shown in Twisted Fiber Art
Yummy in Evolution colorways Bookworm and
Dazzle that were included as samples in orders.
Needles: Needles in US size 8 (5mm) or size
required to obtain gauge.

These cuffs make the most of a tiny bit of fancy yarn and one very special button. They are knit in one piece featuring an i-cord cast on and i-cord selvedge edges. If you have never done an i-cord cast on, this is a great way to learn the technique without a large commitment.

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Bow Pouch

 

What you will need:

50 grams sqwish Cuddle Toes Sock yarn
knitting needles size 3mm, US size 2
4 buttons
Gauge: 26 stitches and 40 rows = 4 inches

This is a great beginner project because it’s made up of 3 rectangles. Depending on which closure you choose, you can get away with only knowing how to knit & purl! You can also make all the errors of a novice knitter – wonky cast ons & cast offs, wobbly stitches, etc. – and you can hide them (& your ends) away in the seams.

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Cuff of the Mountain

 

What you will need:

US6/4mm needles (or size required for tension)
Darning needle
Two small buttons

Over the years I’ve taught quite a few kids, not just to knit, but in the classroom as well. Two things
are important to remember when fnding projects suitable for kids: they have short attention
spans and they want to feel they’ve achieved something. These cuffs are the perfect kid-friendly
project – they’re quick, they look good and you also get to teach the life skill of sewing on buttons.

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Americana Wrist Cuff

 

What you will need:

80% Superwash Rambouillet Wool, 20% Nylon
440 yards per 100 gram hank
US 0-3 (2.0-3.25 mm) needles
Approx. 6.5-8 sts per inch

Meet American B.R.A.N.D., a fingering weight wool, made with pride in the United States from start to finish. The
process begins at Skacel with extensive design, development and testing. Wool is sourced from Rambouillet flocks
that graze in pastures from Montana to Texas. The yarn is spun in Pennsylvania and dyed in North Carolina.
Amazingly, the gorgeous pallette comes from using only natural materials, including indigo, cochineal, gall nuts,
pomegranate, cutch, walnuts, madder root, weld flowers and rhubarb root

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Fun Circles Wrist Cuff

 

What you will need:

small amounts of worsted weight yarn (4 different colors used in pictured cuff)
Crochet Hook J (6.00 mm)
one button measuring approx. 1/2″ (1.27 cm) wide crochet yarn size 4
Gauge: each circle has a diameter of 2.25″ (5.72 cm)

Want a colorful accessory to bring together an outfit, to stick in a stocking stuffer or make for a teacher appreciation gift? Look no further! Finish the project from beginning to end in well under an hour and play around with different color combination for added fun.

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Leaf Lace Cotton Cuff

 

What you will need:

Yarn: Schachenmayr Nomotta Cotton Eco; 1 ball green and 1 ball brown
Needle: 2,5 mm or US 1,5
Gauge: 24 stitches is about 10 cm or 4”
Also: an extra knitting needle size US 1,5 or 2,5mm, a tapestry needle to close the cuff, an iron to press the leafs
into shape and mild detergent.
This cuff is one size only: 18 cm or 7” circumference.

Continue knitting till you reach the desired length of the cuff. In this case I’ve knitted 30 more rows.
Knit on the right side, purl on the wrong side.
Always slip the first stitch on each row.
End with a purled row, cut the yarn with sufficient length to use it to close the cuff later. (in the same colour).

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Fitbit One or Pocket Wristband

 

What you will need:

4.0 (size 6) double pointed knitting needles (or go down a size if you tend to knit more loosely. I am a tight knitter!)
Small amount of Worsted yarn (I used leftover scraps)
Yarn needle

I’m sharing this as a simple, free guide to help anyone who wishes to make one themselves. I knit tightly with a size 6 needle, and the pocket measures about 3/4” across flat. Go up or down a needle size depending on the yarn, or what tension you knit with, and the Fitbit (without the case) should fit snugly inside.

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Twist Stitch Bracelet

 

What you will need:

Hamanaka Aran Tweed (40g ball) 50g/112yard
10g each for
A(beige, Col#1),
B(Camel, Col#7),
C(Blue, Col#13)
One button with diameter of 18 mm

A bracelet that weighs less than 10g I think the buttons are suitable for silver. Knit tightly with 6/0, which is smaller than the specified number. Please choose from Japanese and English.

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Oh My Cuff

 

What you will need:

Scheepjes Catona | 4ply and lots of colour/ball size options
Patons 100% Cotton DK | 100g of cotton loveliness
King Cole Giza Cotton 4ply | has a particular nice mustard colour called Amber

The Oh My Cuff pattern, my first ever foray into the wild world of crochet pattern writing (eep), is now available as a plain text pattern, a photo tutorial or a video tutorial. All are accessible from within this post so you just pick your favourite way to learn, grab some yarn and a hook and some buttons or beads for fastening, and off you go, easy peasy.

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Charming Hearts

 

What you will need:

Nazli Gelin Garden 10 Metallic cotton/metallic yarn (1 3/4 oz/306 yds/50g per ball): 1 ball each #702-07 lime with silver metallic (A), #702-33 pink with irisee metallic (B), #702-21 melon with orange metallic (C), #702-11 purple with silver metallic (D) and #702-28 turquoise with turquoise metallic (E)
Size B/1/2.25mm crochet hook or size needed to obtain gauge
Tapestry needle
Stitch marker
8-inch chain bracelet with toggle clasp
24-inch chain necklace with toggle clasp

Metallic thread adds a bit of glamour to this sparkling bracelet-and-necklace jewelry set accented with 3-D hearts. This e-pattern was originally published in the February 2012 issue of Crochet World magazine.

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Band Cuffs

 

What you will need:

Size: One size. Single or double
band.
Measurement: 7 inches (18 cm)
unstretched. Will stretch up to
8.5 inches (21.5 cm).
Gauge: 20 sts/26 rows = 4” in
Stockinette Stitch (Gauge is not
critical)
Notions: Tapestry Needle.

They use very little yarn so it’s also great for using up scraps. These Mason Dixon Knitting inspired banded cuffs are knit out of worsted-weight cotton and can be layered or worn alone. The pattern is simple enough but I wrote it down for your personal use. The cuffs are knit flat and sewn shut. When using the contrasting (band) color, let the main color hang in the back of the work.

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