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Crochet Bracelet: EAT SLEEP CROCHET!

I’ll be honest. I occasionally need a break from big projects. Between filming, editing, pattern making, social media and everything else, in my second language, it gets tough. So instead of taking time off, I like to make something small and easy. Sometimes it turns out really cute and I love it, and some times it’s a flop for me personally.

I think this crochet bracelet is a winner. I bought some charms and clasps for jewelry making from Etsy but hadn’t gotten around to using it. It was a perfect opportunity to kill two birds with one stone. The charm says “eat, sleep, crochet”. I don’t know about you, but that sums it up for me. 🙂 It’s a very simple little project but you’ll have a cute little accessory that you can be proud to wear because you didn’t buy it from a department store. You made it with your own hands, your favorite yarn and a love for crochet. Enjoy, happy crocheting!

If you’d like to make a quick set of matching crochet earrings, I have that too 😊

If you’re looking for a matching top to go with this crochet bracelet, you might also like this Happy Hour Crochet Top


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Stitches used & code

  • Magic ring
  • sc = single crochet
  • rep = repeat

Notes: You can use any yarn and clasps you like, as long as the finished crochet work will fit into the clasps snugly. I recommend the thread for the fine detail required for something this small. You can also add more or less bands and design it just the way you want, as long as everything fits together.


Round 1 : make a magic ring, 7 sc into the ring space. Total of 7 st

Round 2 : 1 sc into the back loop of each st around. Total of 7 st

Keep rep round 2 until you have your desired length

When you have your desired length. ch 1 and cut the yarn

Check picture below for how I put everything together

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