For those of you who may have missed out my guest post yesterday, I thought I'd publish the tutorial here too.
Now I don't know about you, but I tend to save scraps. Tiny scraps. Scraps that are totally worthless. But once in a while I find some little use for them. Such as these super easy crocheted fabric bracelets. Want to make one?
Here's what you'll need:
fabric (about a half inch wide or more is best)
-a crochet hook
-sewing machine (optional)
Step 1: Tying a slip knot
Step 2: Holding your fabric strip
Step 3: Crocheting a chain
Step 4: Finishing your chain
Step 5: Securing your bracelet with a zigzag stitch (optional)
It'll hold everything in place just where you'd like it to be and still allow your bracelet to keep that little bit of natural crocheted stretch. I've been wearing the same bracelet--now with a zigzag stitch--for weeks now and it holds up really great.
Step 6: Tie it on!