Today I have a wonderful project to share with you. And it is heavenly easy to make.
I made these flat, stacking bracelets (see pictures at the end) last summer and they were such fun to wear so this year I decided to make some more but a bit different.
To make these you need cotton crochet yarn / thread. I used sport yarn and adequate hook.
For a wrist circumference of 16cm/ 6.3" I chained 52 +1 as a sc for the next row.
Row 1 to 8: sc in all stitches. Remember to chain 1 more at the end of each row as the beginning sc for the next row.
After the second row measure it on your wrist to see if it fits. It shouldn't be too snug because you have to slip your hand through it when done.
My finished 8 row piece measures about 3.4 cm / 1.3" in width.
Next , fold it, right sides facing ...
... and bring the yarn through both sides so that you can work that edge.
sc through both sides.
The bracelet measures about 2 cm / 0.8".
When you come to the end, join the ends and sl stitch them in the round. You may also take a tapestry needle and sew them.
First slip stitch the upper layer. Turn the bracelet as you work so that it is easy to do it in the round.
The finish. If you want to conceal the finish you may decorated it with beads or add a piece of fabric over it.
These are the "flat" bracelets I talked about above. I call them flat because they are literally flat - I made only 5 rows of sc and that gives them the flatness, while the other ones gain a dome-shaped quality when done.
For many different looks, you can combine both types.
I hope you like this project!