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Beaded Bracelet

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Designed By Julie A. Bolduc

This pretty bracelet would go great with any casual or everyday outfit. Once you know the pattern, you may want to make several in different colors to go with all of your outfits. It really doesn't take that long to make.
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Materials Needed:
114 Black "E" Beads
Size 20 Crochet Cotton. Coats Big Ball was used in the example.
Size 11 Steel crocheth hook
1 filigree clasp
Tapestry Needle for weaving in ends

Yarn Thickness: 20 thread
Gauge: 12sc = 1"
Finished Size: 8" long ½" wide
Skill Level: Intermediate

Instructions
RND 1: String on all beads. Ch10. *Pull up 8 beads to form a ring, yo and pull thread through lp on hook to secure the ring. Ch4. Rep from * until all beads have been used.

Ch12. Dc in 3rd ch from hook. And in each of the next 6 chs. Leave the last 3 chs un worked. Ch3, sc in bead ring between the 4th & 5th bead. *Ch4. Sc in bead ring between the 4th & 5th bead. Rep from * until all bead rings have been worked.

Join with a dc in 3rd ch from beads at the beg and work a dc in each ch to the end. Ch3. Sc in first ch next to starting knot.

RND 2: Sc in each st to the unworked chs. Work 4sc in next ch3 sp and in each ch 4 sp along the bead rings and in the end ch3 sp. Sc in each dc to the end. 2sc, ch3, 2sc in ch3 at end.

Sc in bottom of each dc to the ch3 sp. Work 4 sc in ch3 sp and in each ch 4 sp along beads rings to the end. Work sdc in ch3 sp. Sc in each st to the end. 2sc ch3, 2sc in ch3 at beg. Join w/slst to first sc.

Fasten off leaving a very long end. Weave the end to the center of the ch3 sp. Work in the clasp threading the thread through the ring of the clasp 3 times. Weave end back into work and secure with a drop of glue where you trim it close to the work. Cut a second piece of thread about 18" long and work the other end of the clasp in to the other side of the bracelet as you did the first side. Enjoy!!!

Designed on Saturday, July 11, 1998.

Copyright© 1998 by Julie A. Bolduc p107005

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