This bracelet showcases the beauty of the treble stitch. Its width offers a modern look, and the button not only serves as a functional closure but also adds a magnetic charm to the piece. It’s a statement accessory that’s sure to draw compliments.
Supplies: yarn, crochet hook, scissors, yarning needle, button.
Treble Crochet Stitch
The treble crochet stitch, often known as the triple crochet, is even taller than the double crochet. It creates a loose, drapey fabric, making it perfect for projects that require a bit of flow.
Steps for treble crochet stitch
Start with a Chain: Begin with a foundation chain of your desired length.
Yarn Over (YO) Twice: Wrap the yarn over your crochet hook two times.
Insert Hook: Insert your hook into the fourth chain from the hook (the first three chains will count as your turning chain).
Yarn Over Again: Catch the yarn with your hook and pull it through. You should now have four loops on your hook.
First Pull Through: Yarn over and pull through the first two loops on your hook. Three loops should remain.
Second Pull Through: Yarn over again and pull through the next two loops. Two loops should now remain.
Third Pull Through: Yarn over one last time and pull through the remaining two loops.
Continue: For subsequent stitches, yarn over twice, insert your hook into the next chain, and repeat steps 4-7.
Rows: At the end of your row, chain three (this acts as your turning chain) and turn your work. Your next treble crochet will be in the stitch directly after the turning chain.