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Ladder Stitch Bracelets
Ladder Stitch Bracelets

"I named them ladder bracelets - it is obvious why, so if you are into friendship bracelets and want to try something different, this is a project for you. They work up fast and are really cute. I named these ladder bracelets - it is obvious why,so if you are into friendship bracelets and want to try something different,this is a project for you. They work up fast and are really cute. Pattern: Use a 3 mm hook and DK yarn Ch "x" number of stitches - even number of stitches. Measure the chain around your wrist until both ends meet. Row 1: hdc in 3rd st from hook (initial chain). ch2 sk2 hdc in next st. When you come to the end, chain the closure - for this you have to have a bead or a button ready so first try how many chains you'll need for it and chain the necessary amount. Work the pattern from row1 on the other side. When you come to the other end, sc 5 in the initial chain, sl st to end. Tie knots, weave ends. Fill the chain spaces with beads or leave as is."

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Crochet HookD/3 or 3.25 mm hook

Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

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Oh! These would be perfect to make in teaching younger women how to crochet!!! They can start with the basics and do enough to get hooked. They can personalize them with color and textures and beads until their hearts are content. I wonder if it might work to even weave a little ribbon through there. Then maybe we won't have to be concerned with our handicrafts dying out one day.

Adorable bracelets! Click on the link to the free pattern and find a very well written pattern. Maya the designer has posted pictures to help. I think I am going to try this with a size 3 thread. I have some great colors. Thanks for such a cute pattern!

The instructions are incomplete on either page. The outer round is not explained at all.

Hi christinegibson, I just read through the blogger's pattern and it seems fairly straightforward to me - can I ask what you're confused about? You could also go straight to the source and leave a comment on the blogger's site to ask the blogger what he or she meant by a specific set of instructions. Thank you! Julia, editor for AllFreeCrochet

There are some major problems with this project. The idea is great, the photos are great, but wheres the actual pattern? Where do the beads come in? Its hard for me to make heads or tails of this pattern, and Im pretty experienced. Still, I like it enough to try working it out and WRITING IT DOWN so Ill have it for the future.

The instructions are on the left side above,it says click here for free pattern. It takes you to her blog where she gives you all the details and even pictures of each step. It's a very easy pattern so you are sure to catch on quickly. Hope this helped you out.

I think they are cute, easy and inexpensive . I need to make up a bunch and send them north to my friends and family. Yarn bracelets don't get a good response in Florida. Like yesterday our heat index was 107. I don't want yarn wrapped around my wrist. But my northern ppl will love them. Thanks so much for sharing.

I love combining my two favorite things to make ie jewelry and crochet. These cute bracelets would be a great project to teach a young girl or a group of girls that want to learn how to crochet. Perfect craft for summer camp or Girl Scouts or maybe even Bible school.

These are so cute! I love how coordinated the colors are. They're a simple accessory that would add a little bit of color to your outfit!

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