Intertwined Bead and Wire Crochet Bracelet
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May 12, 2021
Thin wire from an old transformer is an excellent material for crocheting original jewelry. This time I decided to use a lot of beads. Since I wanted the bracelet to be not only crocheted, but also intertwined, I decided to crochet the rings, which I then connected - intertwined. I also used pearlescent beads for decoration. This is how the idea of this bracelet was born.
Total Time: 3 Hours
- thin copper wire 0.1 mm from an old transformer
- seed beads
- 7-8 pearlescent beads with a diameter of 8 mm
- 1 clasp hook and circle
- 1 crochet hook 1.5 mm
- 1 scissors
- String a lot of seed beads onto the wire.
- Slip knot, * slide in one seed bead, 1 chain stitch. Repeat from * 29 times.
- Slip stitch to form a ring.
- 1st round: slide in one seed bead, 1 chain stitch. Crochet it in every stitch.
- 2nd round: slide in one seed bead, 1 chain stitch. Crochet it in every stitch.
Finish of crochet. Cut wire. First crochet beaded ring is ready.
- Crochet 6-8 beaded rings - repeat the steps 1-5. The number of rings depends on the length of the bracelet.
- Connect the rings as in the photos.
- Crochet a chain of 15 beads. Fold the large ring and thread the crocheted chain through it. Slip stitch to form ring.
- Crochet two rounds like in the steps 4 and 5.
- Fold the wire several times and tie to a clasp circle. Then tie it to the extreme crocheted beaded ring. Twist the ends of wires.
- * String a mother-of-pearl bead. Then wrap the wire around next crocheted beaded ring. Thread 7 seed beads and wrap the wire around next crocheted beaded ring. Repeat from * until you wrap the wire around the opposite end of the bracelet.
- Wrap the wire around the clasp hook several times and tie it. Cut the wire and hide the end.
Your Crochet Beaded Bracelet is ready. Enjoy it!
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