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Hanging Flowers Bracelet

By: Maya Kuzman from
Hanging Flowers Bracelet
Hanging Flowers Bracelet

"At first, I wanted to name this the cheat bracelet, because it is obvious it's not a regular bracelet, but it is quite unique, super cute in design and could pass for a boho bracelet. Whenever I work on a tedious or a difficult (repetitive crochet) project, I vent out by working on a project that would ease my mind, and on one such occasion this particular design was made. Playing with flowers I arranged them like shown and thought it would be interesting they hung onto a foundation and voila! Here's the pattern so you can make one too! Foundation of bracelet using sport yarn and 1.9 mm hook. Chain as many chains you need to fit that chain around your wrist. Mind to have even number of chains. The ends should meet. For the sample bracelet I chained 40. Row 1: Starting from 3rd ch from hk, hdc1 across. Row 2: ch3, sk 2,scin next st. Repeat this pattern across. Row 3: repeat row2. When you come to the end ch 5 and sl st in the beginning foundation row. Ch 1 and sc5 in the chain. Cut yarn, leave tail, make a knot and weave the tail in."

NotesVisit the log post for the flower patterns.
Thank you!


Crochet Hook5 or 1.9 mm hook (steel)

Yarn Weight(2) Fine (23-26 stitches to 4 inches)




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I love this hanging flowers bracelet but I am concerned about the jump loops. Would it not have been just as easy to attach these together by sewing them? I assume because the designer considered adding a middle finger loop that for this design it was not included. Either way, this bracelet is unique.

This exquisite project reminds me of all the intricate henna tattoos Ive seen on my daughter and her friends. She discovered the art when she was a teenaged au pair for an Indian family and has kept up with the art ever since. I like the colored version, but this would look just as lovely in a solid. Worked in black, this would make a great Goth or Steampunk accessory!

This is really an interesting piece of jewelry. I love the concept and I am sure it could easily be adapted to include a matching necklace. Now that fall has arrived, the color you select could easily be geared to create this design to wear well into the cooler months.

Can I say that these floral hand bracelets are the perfect thing for the bridesmaids in a beach wedding? I'm saying it. Do it. -) They are artsy, bohemian, feminine, and quirky all at the same time. I don't personally care for the short cut jump rings that are used to attach the flowers. I think it takes away from the continuity of the piece. Sew them on instead. Well, I would. You do you!

I'm not a fan of the metal rings either, but then I have metal allergy. I don't think it would take any more time to sew the flowers together than fool with the jump rings.


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