Flower Bracelet – Free Crochet Pattern

Posted by on November 30, 2010 in Accessories | 15 comments

This works up really quick & would make a great stocking stuffer.  My girls love them.  I’ve written up this pattern with the color changes I used, but feel free to try mix it up and try other color combos.

Girls Flower Cuff Bracelet
I made this for a young girl, but it can easily be made larger by adding more rows to the cuff.
I used and H hook and Bernat Baby Stretch (to actually give the bracelet more stretch) but you can use any #4 worsted weight for the same effect.  My color choices were “Strawberry Spring” and “Skipping Rope Ombre”.
With pink, ch4, slip stitch in 1st ch to form a ring.
Round 1:  ch1, 12 sc in ring, change to “Skipping Rope Ombre” by slip stitch in 1st ch1. Do not fasten off pink.
Round 2:  working in front loops only (sc, ch4, sc) in each sc around, slip stitch in 1st sc. Fasten off “Skipping Rope Ombre”. (12 petals)
Round 3:  working with pink and in back loops only, (sc, ch7, sc) in each sc around, slip stitch to 1st sc, do not fasten off.
To form cuff:
ch6, attach with slip stitch to sc on opposite side of flower,
Row 1:  slip stitch inside loop, 7sc, turn.
Row 2:  ch1, sc in each sc across, turn.
Row 3-19: Repeat row 2.
Row 20: ch1, sc in 1st 3 sc, (slip stitch, ch10, slip stitch) in next sc, sc in last 3 sc. Fasten off. You can then wrap the loop around the flower.  No need to sew on a button.
Happy Crocheting!

15 Comments

  1. >I tried to post the link to the snowflake potholder, but it was too long for the comment box. Please re visit my post which now had the active link!Love your bracelet!

  2. >How sweet is this bracelet … how sweet of you to share the pattern.

  3. >Another lovely gift .. thankyou for sharing your pattern :)) Have a great day :))

  4. >Glad you ladies like it. My girls did too :)

  5. >Where do you sew the button? I've finished one but I don't know where to sew that button. ;-) These are so cute. I made mine with stretchy sock yarn.

  6. >Thanks Bev for pointing out that I left off the most important part.You wrap the loop around the flower. No need for a button :)

  7. I don’t understand which yarn you use to make the braclet. Why are all the yarns attached. You make the flower first and from there on I’m confused. I’m fairly new to crocheting so I need some direction on this one.
    Thank Your,
    Rose

    • After you make the flower do not fasten off the yarn. Make a chain 6. From there you will go directly to the other side of the flower and slip stitch it there. This will create your beginning chain for the bracelet. Does that make more sense? Let me know if you need more help.

  8. I like this bracelet. It so cute.I made this and also made the strap long enough to make a headband to match. I used the flower part the make some barefoot sandals to make a set. Thanks for the pattern.

    • That sounds fun! I’d love to see a picture, if you want to share one :). You can either email it to me, or post it on my fb page.

  9. Buen día, Este es un magnífico blog. Quisiera empaparme de todo. Soy española y entiendo poco el ingles. Les agradecería si pudieran poner TRADUCTOR .
    Un saludo,
    Carmen

    • I’ve added Google Translate. You should be all set now.

  10. Por favor, podrían poner traductor.
    Un saludo,
    Carmen

  11. Could you please tell my what size hook you used to make the Flower Cuff Bracelet. Thanks so much
    this is so cute.

    Sharon

    • Sharon, I’m so sorry I didn’t answer this sooner! I used an H hook. Hope that helps.

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