Crochet Pattern: Three Strand Twisted Bracelet

By Laurie Beranek – 1 Comment
This past summer I was visiting my family in Wisconsin. We went up to Northern Wisconsin to a cabin on a lake that my dad rents every year. While I was there, my niece came to visit for a few days and she had made these really cute multi-color embroidery thread knotted bracelets. She taught me how to make them. I wanted a bracelet that was thicker and had some sparkle, so I came up with this crochet pattern that uses crochet thread classic 10 yarn and silver metallic stretch cord. You can adjust them to any size wrist by adding or deleting the number of chains. They can be made in a multitude of colors to suit anyone’s wardrobe. Best of all, they are super quick and easy to make. You can make up a bunch in no time at all. Enjoy! Twisted Bracelet

Skill Level:

Finished Size: 7 1/2″ (19 cm) diameter

Crochet Thread Classic 10 Yarn (approximately 10 yards of each color)
1 MM Silver Elastic Cord (approximately 5 yards)
Crochet Hook F (3.75 mm)

crochet yarn size 0

Row 1 in colors A and B pattern measures 7 1/2″ long.

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Crochet Pattern: Three Strand Twisted Bracelet

Colors A and B:
Make 2 (One in each color)
Row 1: ch 36, sc in each ch around: 35 sc
Finish off, leaving a long end for knotting.

Silver Elastic Cord:
Row 1: leaving a long tail for knotting, ch 80: 80 ch
Finish off, leaving a long end for knotting.

Twist all three strands together. Make a knot at each end. Tie ends together and trim ends.

Need help while crocheting? Feel free to leave a comment or question below and I will get back to you as soon as possible!

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One Comment

  1. Brenda says:

    Where did you find the silver elastic cord?

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