Crochet Pattern: Dainty Little Bracelet

By Candace – 8 Comments
Flashy bangles are cool, but sometimes a more subtle piece of jewelry does the job. This delicate one-row bracelet works with casual and party clothes, and is a great accessory for the summer.

Skill Level:

Finished Size: 8″ (20.5 cm) long

Crochet Thread approximately 25 yards of each color
Crochet Hook 4 (1.75 mm)
21 beads

Whole pattern measures 8″ (20.5 cm) long.

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Special Instructions:
bo: make a bobble with 4 dc

Crochet Pattern: Dainty Little Bracelet
Round 1: String beads, (ch with bead, ch 2) 20 times, ch with bead, ch 3, (bo in forth ch from hook, 2 hdc in ch sp) 10 times, bo in last ch: 64 sts
Finish off.

Need help while crocheting? Feel free to leave a comment below and I’ll help you out!

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  1. Caitlin says:

    This looks so interesting and delicate. How did you attach the clasps at the ends though?

  2. denise says:

    don’t you think that for those who do not do a lot of this type of craft you should list BEADS in the materials? how many?? (appox.) and i would let them know that they need to assemble the beads to the thread BEFORE they start crocheting!!! sounds like a “given” to those of us who do this but ……………….the beginner with thread and beads could or would be confused!!
    i truelly love lots of your ideas and you have shown me lots of neat tricks!! i love your “spot”!!!

    • MommyCrochet says:

      I love the idea of the pattern and I’d like to make it. Thank you for mentioning the beads. I was wondering about that too. I didn’t see a posting yet about the beads…what kind/size do I get.
      I haven’t bought crochet thread before; I bet a yarn shop can help me with that part of it tho.

  3. Candace Adelman says:

    This pattern is known as Soft Jewelry. I’ve made several pieces like this. You can use any kind of beads. In the old days this is how women made their jewelry. Now days it is cheaper to make jewelry this way. Thanks so much for the new pattern. Please make more patterns.

  4. Robin says:

    I really love this. I was looking for something for myself as well as something dainty for my 5 year old. Thanks for this pattern. Now I have to determine the numver of beads I will need to complete this task.

  5. Sylvia says:

    Yes, it would have been nice to have the number of beads needed listed however, based on the number of stitches requiring a bead it seems like this calls for 21 beads. I also tried counting the beads in the picture of the finished product and that also comes out to 21 beads.

  6. Lynn says:

    I am confused as to how to start this bracelet! Is there a chain row to start?? I suppose you put the beads on the thread, but when?? It is hard to follow this for those of us new at jewelry making.

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