Double Loop Cuff Bracelet – Free Crochet Pattern

Hi everyone, here is a free crochet pattern to make a double loop cuff bracelet.

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I hope you like this pattern. I wanted to design a super quick, super simple accessory that would be good for using up leftover chunky yarn. This pattern could be easily adapted for other types of yarn and hook sizes. The pattern uses UK crochet terminology.

Below you will find a list of equipment you will need, the pattern and instructions for assembling your cuff bracelet.

You can download a free pdf version of this pattern my Ravelry Store – Click Here

Equipment:

Recommended Yarn – Chunky – 50g ball of Rico Design Fashion Highland.
Hook – 5 mm
Sewing Needle
Scissors
2 buttons

Abbreviations:

ch – Chain Stitch
dc – Double Crochet
ss – Slip Stitch

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Pattern: Foundation Row – chain 26
Row 1(RS): dc in second chain stitch from hook, dc in each stitch to the
end, turn (25)
Row 2-10: ch 1, dc in each stitch to the end, turn (25)
Working along the edge to create your button holes
Button holes: ss in the next 3 stitches, ch 7, skip 1 stitch, ss in the next 2
stitches, ch7, skip 1 stitch, ss in the next 3 stitches, fasten off and weave
in loose ends.

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Measurements – These are attended as a guide only.
Length: Cuff – 19 cm
Width: Cuff – 7.5 cm

Adjustments:
This cuff bracelet could be made smaller by reducing the number of stitches in the foundation chain.
The buttonhole can also be altered by increasing or decreasing the size of the chain depending on the size of your button.

To Assemble:

Using a tapestry needle sew a button on the cuff bracelet ensuring the
button and buttonhole are aligned correctly.

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I hope you enjoyed making this cuff bracelet. If you have any comments or need any help please leave a comment below.

I would love to see your completed designs you can use the #crochetfolk.

Try pattern with different yarns and buttons to see what else you can make.

Happy Hooking x

 

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