Crochet Pattern: Beaded Chain Bracelet

By Candace – 10 Comments
Bracelets similar to this have been popping up in stores, but why not make one that’s truly your own? Break out your favorite thread and beads and make one to match your favorite outfit–or every outfit.

Skill Level:

Finished Size: 18″ (cm) long, 1/2″ (1.5 cm) wide

Materials:
Size 10 Crochet Thread (1 yard)
Sewing Thread (5 yards)
Seed Beads (320)
Crochet Hook 10 (1.0 mm)
Clasp

Gauge:
1 beaded chain = 6″ (15 cm)

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Crochet Pattern: Beaded Chain Bracelet

End Pieces (Make 2)
Row 1: ch 2, sc in second ch from hook, turn: 1 sc
Row2: ch 1, 2 sc in sc, turn: 2 sc
Row 3: ch 1, sc in first sc, sc2tog, sc in last sc, turn: 3 sc
Row 4: ch 1, sc in first sc, 2sc in next sc, sc in next sc, turn: 4 sc
Row 5: ch 1, sc in first 2 sc, sc2tog, sc in last 2 sc: 5 sc
Finish off.

Chains
Row 1: String 320 beads on sewing thread, sl st in first sc in base of one end piece, ch with bead, (ch 2, ch with bead) 31 more times, sl st in first sc in base of other end piece: 94 ch
Row 2: Sl st in first sc in base of second end piece, ch with bead, (ch 2, ch with bead) 31 more times, sl st in first sc in base of first end piece: 94 ch
Row 3: Sl st in 2nd sc in base of first end piece, ch with bead, (ch 2, ch with bead) 31 more times, sl st in 2nd sc in base of other second piece: 94 ch
Row 4: Sl st in 2nd sc in base of second end piece, ch with bead, (ch 2, ch with bead) 31 more times, sl st in 2nd sc in base of first end piece: 94 ch
Row 5: Sl st in 3rd sc in base of first end piece, ch with bead, (ch 2, ch with bead) 31 more times, sl st in 3rd sc in base of other second piece: 94 ch
Row 6: Sl st in 3rd sc in base of second end piece, ch with bead, (ch 2, ch with bead) 31 more times, sl st in 3rd sc in base of first end piece: 94 ch
Row 7: Sl st in 4th sc in base of first end piece, ch with bead, (ch 2, ch with bead) 31 more times, sl st in 4th sc in base of other second piece: 94 ch
Row 8: Sl st in 4th sc in base of second end piece, ch with bead, (ch 2, ch with bead) 31 more times, sl st in 4th sc in base of first end piece: 94 ch
Row 9: Sl st in 5th sc in base of first end piece, ch with bead, (ch 2, ch with bead) 31 more times, sl st in 5th sc in base of other second piece: 94 ch
Row 10: Sl st in 5th sc in base of second end piece, ch with bead, (ch 2, ch with bead) 31 more times, sl st in 5th sc in base of first end piece: 94 ch

Finish off and attach clasp.

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10 Comments

  1. Fatima Rosales Naya says:

    I am definitely trying this. It’s just wonderful!

  2. Fiona says:

    Hi, I love the look of this bracelet and have diligently threaded up my seed beads…however I’m stuck making the end pieces! I’m Australian so I learnt to crochet using the British lingo for the stitches. I know that the sc in the pattern is a British double crochet. My question is – after finishing Row 2 (of the end piece), where you have 2 sc made, how can you then in Row 3 do a chain, sc in the first sc, sc2tog (?) and then do a sc in the last sc? By my count, that is three separate sets of stitches being crocheted into…but you have only 2 stitches from Row 2. Am I missing something? If so, is it something to do with the sc2tog (which to me means do a sc into the stitch, then before finishing, do a second sc and then finish both together)…but this doesn’t make an extra stitch in the row.

    • Candace says:

      You sc in the first sc, sc both sc tog and sc in the last sc. The sc2tog actually makes the increase instead of decreasing the stiches.

  3. Frances says:

    Crocheting with sewing thread? Seriously? I can hardly see to crochet with size 10 crochet thread:-)) This is a beautiful bracelet, but I don’t think I could possibly make it!

  4. Lynnette says:

    I am going to make this for my little grand daughters but will use WW yarn and pony beads. Thanks for sharing your talent with us.

  5. barb in east tennessee says:

    Do you know how to make the necklaces from “ladder-yarn” ?
    They don’t appear to be crocheted. Perhaps the yarn is just laid
    out on a board of some sort, the yarn is all the same length, and
    finished some how. The necklace appears to have been made
    of many many lengths of yarn.
    They are very pretty.
    I saw these at a small craft table.
    I just didn’t get to talk to the lady to made these, or to hold one in
    my hand to see how it was constructed.

  6. Kat says:

    This is so pretty! Sorry, I may be dense, but how does this bracelet fasten on the wrist?

  7. Gigi says:

    Thank you for this pattern! Is there anyway that we can see how the bracelet is joined together?

  8. Marie Haigis says:

    I have tried to crochet necklaces and bracelets but really flub up the clasps , font understand salvation to buy or how go attach. Thanks M. Oh good heavens… I meant, don’t understand what kind of clasps to buy nor how to attach , my efforts were too messy to wear.

  9. em says:

    just made one for myself, black thread with black beads+ some whitish/beige/brownish flat/rectangle ones (hard to describe ;) ). end pieces I couldn’t figure out how to do, made my own by adding one chain loop to each row. it looks soooo cute! thank you for the great idea!

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