My Forever Bracelet

My Forever Bracelet
My Forever Bracelet

"The Forever Bracelet is a very beginner-friendly project that can be worked up in less than an hour. It uses Aunt Lydia's Crochet Thread size 3 and a toggle clasp. It makes a great gift!"


Crochet HookD/3 or 3.25 mm hook

Yarn Weight(0) Lace (33-40 stitches to 4 inches). Includes crochet thread.

Crochet GaugeNot crucial for this project, but 37 stitches = 7" and 3 rows = 1/2"

Finished Size7 inches long by 1/2 inch wide without clasp

Materials List

  • Aunt Lydia's Fashion Crochet Thread (size 3)
  • Toggle Clasp

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This very easy pattern is perfect to make as a gift. it gives you the opportunity to use up all of those small pieces of yarn that are sometimes never used or tossed away. Also, this pattern could be make in more than on color. Perfect for babies to adults.

This bracelet is absolutely beautiful! I love how easy the pattern is to understand. I would definitely make these as gifts, and eventually try to crochet beads in also, for a really beautiful piece of art! There are so many different options, with all of the beads available at craft stores, and all the different colors of crochet thread.

This nice little project uses such simple stitches that it could actually be worked up in less time than the video takes!. The designer crochets the bracelet portion first, then attaches the parts of the toggle clasp. Theoretically, you could thread the parts on first, then crochet them into the bracelet itself. If I did choose this method, I would still leave several inches of tail at both the beginning and end to reinforce the attachments.

This is a great pattern for a beginner and for someone like me who has been into crochet for years. I have learned how to crochet beads into the pattern as I go but for the newbies, you can either hot glue beads on it or hand sew them on. Make it sparkle!


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