Sometimes projects take longer than expected and we become tired of them.
Taking a break is important and starting a shorter project can remind you why you like crocheting in the first place.
Although seeing your project take shape is one of the best feelings as a crocheter, it is the process that matters, not the outcome.
Bracelets are fun and easy to make so they’ll definitely get you out of that crochet slump. They make great accessories to every outfit.
You can make them in multiple colors and share them with your friends.
They make great gifts, especially when you have little time left to prepare one.
As you’ll see, some of these patterns include beads but you can skip this step if you’d rather not add them.
At the same time, you could include them in patterns that don’t ask for them.
If you really like a design you can make a matching choker or necklace as well.
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1. Single Crochet Bracelet
It is a very simple design because it uses only single crochet stitches.
You start by making 3 chains and keep single crocheting into the second stitch and the vertical loop following it.
When you reach the desired length you just start chaining stitches from the second loop.
You will be able to tie the bracelet around your wrist using the chains on each side.
2. Shell Stitch Bracelet
The shell stitch is one of the best beginner friendly patterns out there.
It makes a nice pattern and all you need to do is single crochet and chain two then single crochet again.
It is the perfect design when you need to make multiple bracelets.
3. Slanted Puff Bracelet
The slanted puff stitch is really fun to crochet.
All you need to do is yarn over before and after inserting your hook into the next chain, repeat this three times into the same chain.
You’ll have seven loops on your hook. Pull the yarn through all seven stitches and chain one to close the stitch.
Other stitches you’ll need are the slip stitch and the single crochet stitch.
Once you’re done, you’ll have a simple yet stylish bracelet to wear.
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4. Scale Bracelet
This is another beginner friendly design. The only stitches you need are the slip stitch and the single crochet stitch.
What creates the scale-like design is changing the chain you work into.
Patterns like this are some of the most fun to work with, because they reinvent a simple stitch everyone knows to create something new and unique.
5. Leaf Bracelet
This design unites all crochet stitches.
If you’ve never used half-double crochet, double crochet or triple crochet before, this is your chance to try them.
The detail of the pattern adds elegance to this bracelet which makes it fitting for more formal occasions as well.
6. Simple Bracelet With Beads
This design adds beads to your crochet piece.
To make this bracelet you’ll need to work in front loops only when adding a new bead and the only stitch you’ll use is the slip stitch.
This is a fun bracelet to make with kids. You can use beads with letters and play a spelling game at the same time.
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7. Crochet Beaded Bracelet
This bracelet uses single crochet and half double crochet stitches.
After creating the chains on both ends of the bracelet you’ll connect them with single crochet stitches which makes the bracelet adjustable.
This technique is really helpful when making bracelets for people you don’t know the measurements of.
8. Double Crochet Bracelet With Beads
To crochet this bracelet you’ll need to chain six for each three beads.
Skip one chain then double crochet into each stitch without pulling through the last loop until you have no more chains left.
Bring the first three beads close to the last stitch and secure them with a slip stitch.
Repeat these steps until the bracelet fits your wrist. To close it off, tie a knot and add a bigger bead so you can secure it on your wrist.
The video is in Italian, however there are English subtitles which help you understand each step.
9. Shell Bead Bracelet
This pattern is written for a choker, however by you can make it into a bracelet by making less chains.
The shell beads match this design really well but you can use any beads you like.
This is a really stylish, summery piece which will add a unique note to your outfit.
10. Charm Bracelet
This bracelet uses a chain and clasps you’ll have to buy separately.
The pattern tells you how to make these universe inspired amigurumi pieces but you can make any design you want as long as it is light enough for a bracelet.
Other amigurumi pieces you could attach are fruits and animals.
11. Dotted Crochet Bracelet
This bracelet was inspired by a bracelet made with precious stones. However those types of bracelets can get heavy and uncomfortable to wear.
Crochet bracelets are always soft and you can make them with any material you like.
12. Marea Bracelet
This pattern uses single crochet and slip stitches only so it is a beginner friendly design.
If you’d like to make a wider bracelet you can keep crocheting more rows until you’re satisfied with its size.
13. Archetti Bracelet
To make this bracelet you’ll use half double crochet and single crochet stitches.
It is a beautiful and delicate design that goes with any outfit.
14. Broomstick Lace Bracelet
For this project you’ll need a knitting needle or something similar, like a pencil.
The width of the object you choose will determine the size of the hole in your bracelet.
The only stitch you need is the single crochet stitch.
To close the bracelet add some buttons that match the size of the holes in your design.
15. Janice Bracelet
To make this bracelet you only need to use single and double crochet stitches.
I like how customizable this pattern is. You can use as many colors as you’d like and make it as thick as you want.
16. Heart Bracelet
This is the perfect bracelet to wear on Valentine’s Day. The linked hearts will definitely put you in a romantic mood.
Even if you don’t have a partner, you can celebrate this holiday with your love for crochet.
17. Rose Bracelet
This pattern was written for the size of a choker, but you can easily turn it into a bracelet.
There are children’s sizes included which might help when counting how many chains to make.
I really like the lace design and the rose. The added ribbon sets it apart from all other designs.
To close the bracelet, you will need to add a clasp.
18. Flower Bracelet
To create these flowers you will need to use the ‘magic ring’ technique.
All it entails is wrapping the yarn around your fingers and working the stitches into this ring.
When you are done making all the stitches, pull the yarn to get rid of the gap in the middle.
19. Boho Summer Flower Bracelet
I really like this pattern because it consists of multiple pieces.
Some people like to keep sewing to a minimum, however this pattern is perfect for those who like to have more freedom when it comes to design.
You can place the flowers and leaves however you like.