- hairpin #5 or #6 (depends on the width of the bracelet you want to make);
- a little thick yarn (I used remains of spaghetti cotton yarn);
- crochet #6;
- wide eye needle;
- 2 wooden beads ( you can do without them, too).
Pick up 13 stitches on the hairpin by method 1, cut off the thread a little longer then you need and stretch it (watch how to do it in a detailed video tutorial on my blog
Take off the stitches from the hairpins. Put first 2 stitches on the crochet and pass one through another.
Continue passing the stitches through one another up to the end, until one stitch remains. Now hook the thread tail and pull it through the last stitch.
Do the same with the last stitches (pick 2 first stitches with the crochet, pass one through another and get one stitch on the crochet. Pick the last stitch and pass one through another again, and so on until you have only one stitch on the crochet).
Hook the thread with the crochet and pull it up through the stitch.
Actually, your bracelet is ready! Knot it to your size and cut off the ends.
You can also decorate the bracelet with beads! Here’s how it’s done: pass a thread through the wide eye needle and pick a bead.
Pass the needle through the bead from left to right.
Now fix the second bead the same way on the other side.
That’s all. Your bracelet is ready! I spent 10 minutes on making it!