Blue Wire Crochet Bracelet
This wire crocheted bracelet will add just the right amount of sparkle to your outfit – whether casual or formal.
Designed by Jolee's Jewels
- Beads (80) – Assorted
- Round Bead, 8mm – Crystal AB
- Metallic Bicone Mix, 4mm – Silver
- Metallic Bicone Mix, 6mm – Silver
- Polygon Pendant (13), 6.5mm – Aquamarine
- Toggle Closure AB – Crystal
- Crochet Hook – “I” or “J”
- Chain Nose Pliers, 1 or 2 pair
- Round Nose Pliers
- Wire Cutters
To Make a Slip Knot
Leave a 4" tail.
Create a loop.
Pass the wire under and through the loop.
Pull the new wire loop until the first loop is tight.
To Make a Crochet Stitch
Pass the crochet hook through the loop of the slip-knot.
Drop one bead down.
Hook the wire around the crochet hook.
Pull the wire through the loop with the hook.
The bracelet is comprised of three crochet strands all made with 20 stitches (adjust stitch count for longer or shorter finished bracelet). When creating a crochet stitch either take up a single 8mm or 6mm bead or two 4mm beads for each stitch. Plan out how many beads you will need for each strand and then string the beads before crocheting.
Thread beads on to a 28 gauge wire spool. Use a random pattern of beads.
Leaving a 4 inch tail, make a slip knot.
Drop one or two beads down and crochet one stitch to capture the bead(s).
Drop another bead(s) down and crochet one stitch to capture the bead(s).
Continue in this pattern of crocheting until all the beads have been crocheted.
After the last bead has been crocheted, leave a 4 inch tail and pull the wire through the crochet link to secure.
Create two more crochet beaded strands using 20 stitches each.
Take the three 20 stitch crocheted strands and twist the strands and the tail ends together.
Thread toggle closures onto each end of the twisted strands. To finish each side, wrap the wires back through the crochet and use wire cutters to trim wire ends.