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Infinty I-Cord Bracelet
Infinty I-Cord Bracelet

"This beautiful Infinity I-Cord Bracelet is super quick and easy to make! You can customize it by using any yarn color you like and any charm. This bracelet is made with Lily Sugar n Cream cotton yarn and complimented with a silver infinity charm. You can easily substitute for any other category 4 medium weight yarn and any charm of your choosing. Mix and match yarn colors and charms to create stacking bracelets. This pattern works up in an hour or less."


Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Crochet Gauge12 stitches and 16 rows = 4 inches

Finished Size7 inch circumference

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This is both simple and cute. The infinity symbol can mean so many different things to people, so it makes a nice gift for a friend or loved one. The icord style band gives it some stretch, so you could use any charm you like with it. All you need is some scrap yarn and a charm! This would also make a great addition to a craft table at a bazaar or fundraiser.

This infinity I cord bracelet is cute. The little infinity symbol is adorable and I am sure that my son the mathematician would appreciate the bracelet. Of course I will use a more masculine color to make this, that is if I can locate an infinity symbol charm.

As with any jewelry project sometimes it is difficult to locate the actual piece used in the pattern. For this pattern there was a link provided but no longer active. I guess it is not a necessity to use the charm. Any charm with loops that you can start and end the project will be appropriate.

I don't understand the remarks or confusion. The pattern is straight forward and well written. I was able to follow it without any problems. It's a fast, easy project that comes out looking very pretty. I want to find the color that was used on it. Thank you for sharing such a nice project.

Unfortunatly, I was not able to access the pattern. It is a very cute bracelet and I would have liked an opporturnity to look over the instructions to see if I wanted to make it. For the second time today, I am unable to access the site. Did it close down?

Hi HippieChick, No, the site is still active and it works just fine! Simply click the link above that says "Click here for free crochet pattern" and you'll be taken to the blogger's site. Scroll down just a bit past the first two photos and you'll be taken to the pattern. :) Julia, editor for AllFreeCrochet

I really love the simplicity of the pattern. Color is cute, too.

Although the designer gives very clear written instructions, this post could use several more photos or even an instructional video on how to work an I Cord. If youre not familiar with the process, it can be very confusing. A quick search would have turned up several video possibilities that could have been included. Ive personally found using the extra needle method works for me.


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