Hi Everyone! So, a few months ago I ordered this yarn on sale and so happy I did. It's simply beautiful. It's a mix of cashmere and cotton, and comes in a range of pastels, and soft colors. It feels amazing too.
Well, we just got back from Neptune beach, and it was awesome! If you haven’t been to Hanna Park – definitely check it out, it’s worth your time.
While we were there, I didn’t crochet much because we were playing in the water or skating most of the time, but I did come up with a little cute pattern for beach friendship bracelets – because it was so hard to not crochet at all for a week! 😊
This pattern is so simple and fun, you can make a bunch in just a few a minutes!
I wanted to create something simple, easy, and fun to make. These cute bracelets are the perfect summer project. Probably great to teach a beginner too or a perfect project for a child crocheter 😉
I added some beads on the ends of the ties, and if you’re feeling ambitious, you can add more beads, or even a clasp and jump rings.
There is a full video tutorial at the end of the post – scroll down.
You can find the Ad-Free PDF Version Available HERE
WHAT YOU NEED:
Cashmere De Contone or any cotton DK weight (3)
colors: 0010, 0002, 0004, 0005, 0006, 0007
(10% Cashmere, 90% Cotton)
4 mm (G) – or recommended hook for the yarn you are using
Beads (optional) – I purchased the stars from Michael’s.
Pattern works in multiples of 4 + 3. Using DK weight yarn with a 4 mm hook will result in a bracelet approximately 7″ long (excluding the ties and depending on your crochet tension). Increase or reduce starting chain in multiples of 4 to increase or decrease size.
ch – chain / dc – double crochet / lsc – long single crochet / st – stitch / *repeat* – from * to *
lsc – long single crochet
insert hook in indicated st, yo, draw up loop to level of other stitches, yo, draw through both loops on hook.
dc – double crochet
yo, insert hook in indicated st, yo, draw through 2 loops, yo, draw through 2 loops.
The pattern below shows a double crochet crossing the other double crochets – ignore that! Unless you *want* to work it like that, that is okay too.! The long single crochet is what we work into the skipped stitch for this pattern (lsc).
ch 34 + 3
Row 1: dc in the 5th ch from hook. dc in next 2 sts. *sk st, dc in next 3 sts* – repeat from * to * to end of row. (You should have 2 ch’s left). sk 1 st, dc in last st of row.
Cut a long tail (about 5 inches) pull through and tie starting tail and ending tails together with a knot.
You can add beads to the tail ends by first tying a small knot, add the bead, then tie another knot to secure the bead in place.
To add the star beads: use some clear thread and sewing needle to attach them through the end where you tied the knots (kind of hiding the knots).
See how easy that was???
For the full crochet tutorial, see video below.
Thanks for stopping by!