Crochet Flower Bracelet
I love to crochet jewelry and I love flowers so I decided to combine my love of both into the Crochet Flower Bracelet! Crocheted jewelry is very unique and adds an eye-catching touch to any outfit. This bracelet is designed to be able to easily switch out each flower so you can quickly change the accessory to match your outfit or mood. It is a small and quick project that can be worn the same day you start making it!
Small Amount of Supplies Needed
For this Crochet Flower Bracelet project you’ll need a small amount of cotton crochet thread and a few jewelry findings. I used Size 3 thread (for the flower) but you could also use Size 10 which is thinner so it would make your crochet flower smaller and your bracelet would have a more ‘dainty’ look. Of course, if you are new to working with thread, then I recommend making this pattern first with some medium weight acrylic yarn from your stash (and a size 5 mm hook). This will help you practice the stitches and focus on the pattern before trying to work with the thinner yarn. I did use Size 10 thread to crochet the bracelet length – I experimented with both thicknesses of the thread and decided on the thinner one because I liked how it looked better!
Video Tutorial Available!
This Crochet Flower Bracelet project is very similar to another FREE crochet pattern here on the blog – the Crochet Flower Scrubbie. Click here to see this project and while there you’ll see there is a step-by-step video tutorial for it – most people need a little help with adding the inner 3D petals and this video tutorial is perfect for that!
Crochet Stitches used in the Crochet Flower Bracelet:
This project is rated as an “Intermediate” pattern because you will be working with thread and very small stitches but all of the stitches used in this pattern are basic crochet stitches. To make the Crochet Flower Bracelet you will need to know how to: slip stitch, chain, single crochet, half double crochet and double crochet. You will also need to know how to work into an adjustable ring – no worries on this technique because I have a short video tutorial for this, too! (The adjustable ring is a great way to begin a circular project because it prevents a hole from forming in the center of your flower)
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Skill Level: Intermediate
(The stitches used in the flowers are basic crochet stitches but working with thread and into front loops of tiny stitches takes some practice)
Flower diameter = 2 ¼” ; Bracelet length = 4” to 6” (depends on wrist measurement)
Supplies Needed for the Crochet Flower Bracelet:
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Cotton crochet thread – Size 3 – 1 ball of each flower color desired
(I used Lizbeth thread that you can purchase here)
Cotton Crochet Thread – Size 10 – 1 ball in color “Ecru”
(I used Lizbeth thread that you can purchase here)
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Special Stitches and Abbreviations:
Adjustable Ring-Wrap yarn around hand to create a loop; pull working end of yarn through loop with hook; work stitches into loop and then pull yarn tail to tighten and close up center hole
*Watch a short video tutorial of this technique here*
Back Loop Only = insert hook through back loop of each stitch
Sl st (slip stitch) = Insert hook into stitch, YO, pull through stitch and loop on hook
Sc (single crochet) = Insert hook into stitch, YO, draw up a loop; YO, pull through 2 loops on hook
Hdc (half double crochet) = YO, insert hook into stitch; YO, draw up a loop; YO, pull through all 3 loops on hook
Dc (double crochet) = YO, insert hook into stitch, YO, draw up a loop, (YO, pull through 2 loops on hook) twice
YO (yarn over)
Flower is worked in the round as usual up to Round 5
Then remaining petals are added in center of flower to create the 3D look
You can crochet the flower with the Size 10 thread and the smaller hook and it will come out about half the size of the flowers crocheted with the Size 3 thread – I think this smaller size would make a pretty pin or earrings.
Instructions for the Crochet Flower Bracelet by Jennifer Ryan:
Special stitches are printed in bold and italicized text and defined above
With 2.75mm hook and Size 3 thread work 6 sc in an adjustable ring
Working in the back loop only, work 2 sc in each st around. Do not join.(12 sc)
Continue working in the back loop only, (2 sc in next st, sc in next st) around. Do not join. (18 sc)
Now working in both loops, (sl st in next st, ch 3, sk next st) around ending with sl st in 1st sl st of round. (9 ch-3 sps)
(Sl st, hdc, 3 dc, hdc, sl st) in each ch-3 sp around. (9 petals)
This is what your flower should look like after completing Round 5 – now you will start to work in front of the petals that you just crocheted and fill-in the center circle of the flower
Ch 1, (sl st in next st from Round 4 that is in center of next ch-3 sp, ch 3) around ending with sl st to 1st sl st. (9 ch-3 sps)
(Sl st, hdc, 2 dc, hdc, sl st) in each ch-3 sp around; sl st in 1st sl st of round. Fasten off. (9 petals)
The photo above shows the flower completed after Round 7 – the arrow shows where you will start the “Last Round of Petals”
Last Round of Petals:
Starting in unused front loop of very 1st st (of Round 1 – this will be in the center of flower), join with sl st; (2 hdc, sl st) in same st; [sk next st; (sl st, 2 hdc, sl st) in next st] 2 times; [sk next st; (sl st, ch 1, 2 dc, ch 1, sl st) in next st] 6 times; sl st in 1st sl st of 6th petal from hook. Fasten off.
With 1.5 mm hook and Size 10 thread, ch amount from list below
Sc in 2nd ch from hk, (ch 4, sk each of next 4 chs, sl st in next ch) across; sc in last ch; ch 1, sl st in bottom of last sc just made; Now working on other side of ch, sl st in next ch; (ch 4, sk each of next 4 chs, sl st in next ch) across; sl st in bottom of sc at end.
Ch 1, sl st in sc at beginning of round; (6 sc in next ch-4 sp, sl st in next sl st) across; sl st in last st; ch 1; Now working on other side, sl st in 1st st; (sl st in next sl st, 6 sc in next ch-4 sp) across; sl st in sc at end. Fasten off with long yarn tails for attaching clasp.
Calculating Bracelet Length:
Using measuring tape measure length around wrist (A)
Subtract 2 inches from this length (B)
A – 2 = B
Pick ch amount from list below that corresponds with answer “B”
(These measurements are approximate – if your measurement falls in between the numbers given, go with the larger number)
Then complete instructions above for Bracelet Length
“B” Length – Chain amount (# of ovals in length after stitching completed):
4” – Ch 38 (7 ovals)
4 ½” – Ch 43 (8 ovals)
5” – Ch 48 (9 ovals)
5 ½” – Ch 53 (10 ovals)
(For a longer length simply increase starting ch by 5 chs for each ½”)
Finishing and Assembly of the Crochet Flower Bracelet:
Wet block bracelet length – pin openings in place and let dry completely
I put a paper towel under my bracelet length while it dried
Using needle sew on jump ring and clasp to each end with Right Side facing
Using photo as a guide sew jump rings to Wrong Side of flower about 1 inch apart making sure rings are sitting vertically (so easier to attach to clasp)
Weave in all ends
Your Crochet Flower Bracelet is Complete!
And there you have it – your Crochet Flower Bracelet is complete! I was able to make mine in less than an hour. Which color did you choose for your Crochet Flower Bracelet? I was thinking that I would make some more using bright red, light blue and off-white. Let me know your color choices in the comments below – I would love to hear about it. I think this project would make a great gift for teachers and co-workers especially those that love to garden or relax among some flowers.
If you like this flower-themed project, you might also like these projects: Patriotic Crochet Flower Pillow, Crochet Flower Rock Cozy, Easy Heart Flower, Handheld Hummingbird Feeder and the Mini-Puppy Rose.
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