Crochet Jewelry: How to Crochet a Bracelete
Red beads are the main point of this wire bracelet. This bracelet is versatile enough to wear on various occasions. You have to follow the given supply list to crochet this bracelet, but you are free to change the color and style of beads:
Coral chips: 6/0 glass beads or any other as per your preferences
Wire: 26 gauge golden wire
Lobster Clasp: You will need an enclosure that will exactly match the color of your wire
Crochet Hook: B/2.25 mm hook
Start your work by measuring your wrist and add one to two inches to this measurement for a comfortable bracelet. If you want large and chunky beads, you can select 2 inches beads, but if you are using small beads, you can select one-inch beads.
You have to crochet three beaded strands and braid them together to make a bracelet. You will crochet all strands, one by one. Start your work by stringing beads on your wire in your favorite order. Leave enough wire unworked at the beginning of this work, such as 4+ inches long. This length will be separate than the finished measurements.
It is time to form a slip knot (slide one bead close to crochet hook and grab the wire around the bead, pull one loop through to form a chain stitch to catch the bead inside.) Replicate this sequence given it the brackets, until you get your decided length. It is time to leave another 4+ inch of your wire at the finishing point of this strand. Cut the wire and drag the end throughout your active loop. Place this piece aside and make two more strands.
Note: You can use coral chips in one strand, seed beads in another strand and small coral chips in third strands. You are free to change the color and size of beads.
Align all strands to hold them with slip knots in the similar place. There will be three ends of the wire and you have to braid them tightly. Carefully braid both ends and braid slowly while manipulating the strands. Make sure to set all beads nicely and the bracelet will look good.
Attach your selected closure and cut off the excessive wire and your bracelet is ready.
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