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Stylish Mandala Bracelet

Stylish Mandala Bracelet
Stylish Mandala Bracelet
This image courtesy of lillabjorncrochet.com

For many crocheters, finding a project that can make a dent in their yarn stash is always a good thing. That's where the Stylish Mandala Bracelet comes in. The trendy take on the timeless design uses yarn in an assortment of colors, so reach into your yarn stash to find the right supplies for this pattern. The easy pattern incorporates the popular crochet popcorn stitch and can be completed within an afternoon, so consider keeping this design in your repertoire the next time you need to make quick gifts for family and friends.

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Crochet HookC/2 or 2.75 mm hook

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

Materials List

  • Yarn in three colors (blogger used sport weight yarn)
  • C/2 or 2.75 mm crochet hook
  • 1 button of appropriate size
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Love the look of this bracelet. I have never seen anything like it. I would have never thought of the idea of combining a mandala with a bracelet but it is fabulous. So easy to make, works up quickly, and is also a great stash buster project.

Crochet jewelry is such a plus for me. I can not afford to keep going to the store to purchase items to "match" an outfit. However, yarn is not very expensive at all and every piece that I make can "match" what ever outfit I have. An item like this just has to be made in all four color pallets of the seasons that that you can wear it year round.

You peaked my interest with Mandala. What a beautiful bracelet. I love to accessorize with jewelry and other accessories and this is almost two for the price of one. In just a short while you could also be sporting one of these adorable bracelets and I know everyone will want to know where you got it from.

Very nice and this will be great for me to make for my daughter in law. Like one of the previous commenters, she has a problem with metal touching her skin. Even gold at times brings on a rash. So I started crocheting simple bracelets for here, adding beads in them. This will be spectacular. I can see it in an aqua and off white with beads sewn in.

This piece is made by constructing the medallion first in its entirety, then joining on with a new color yarn and working around to frame it- then it goes into the strap. It looks slightly intimidating when you first look at it but there are TONS of step by step pictures to guide you along so you cannot make a mistake. Very pretty! I'd like to see it in a modern black and white or gray.

This is just gorgeous! The mandala design reminds me of a Navajo turquoise medallion. I dont wear a lot of jewelry due to a metal allergy, but I can tolerate silver so I have a small collection of Native American jewelry. I already have turquoise, coral and silver yarn from another project. Cant wait to start on this pattern using my own colors.

I couldn't resist making this for my sister. I made it as a kind of prayer bracelet. It works up quite quickly and easily. I modified the pattern slightly do that I had ten points. I then attached beads in the appropriate places to make a "wrist Rosary" or "wrist prayer beads".

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