This bracelet is all about making a statement. The design allows it to wrap around the wrist multiple times, giving a layered look that’s both chic and bohemian. Depending on how long you make it, it can appear as though you’re wearing several bracelets, adding depth and texture to your accessory game.
Supplies: yarn,crochet hook, scissors, button.
Single Crochet Stitch
The single crochet stitch is one of the most basic and essential stitches in crochet. It creates a dense, firm fabric, making it perfect for projects that require a bit of sturdiness, such as amigurumi toys or sturdy bags. With practice, you’ll find it becomes second nature.
Start with a Chain: Begin with a foundation chain of your desired length.
Insert Hook: Insert your crochet hook into the second chain from the hook.
Yarn Over (YO): Catch the yarn with your hook.
Pull Through: Gently pull the yarn through the chain. You should now have two loops on your hook.
Yarn Over Again: Catch the yarn once more with your hook.
Complete the Stitch: Pull the yarn through both loops on your hook. You’ve now completed one single crochet stitch!
Continue: For subsequent stitches, insert your hook into the next chain and repeat steps 3-6.
Rows: If you’re working in rows, at the end of your row, chain one (this acts as your turning chain) and turn your work. Your next single crochet will be in the stitch directly after the turning chain.