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Cross Bangle


I wanted to crochet a sideways cross bracelet for some time now but it wasn't until I received this lovely STARDUST( by Red Heart yarn ) that I actually sat down to make it!  This project will fly by you will want to make one for everyone at church :)


Stardust - any color you like I used #1303 Brown * this requires very little yarn, so make a lot!*
E crochet hook

Skill - Advanced Beginner
(* HINT this is basically a vertical row or a shell*)
First stitch***
Ch3, hdc 3rd ch from hook, ch1, 2 hdc ( all in the same space)
Every other one***
*turn, slip stitch until you and in the ch1 space, ch2,1hdc,ch1,2hdc* repeat until you have the length desired, * it should stretch slightly to slide on and off your wrist.. **

suggested lengths _
Woman's s/m ~18 shells
l/xl ~20 shells
Mans~ 23 shells
child~ 11-15 ( 11 fits most five year olds)

sew the 2 ends together and weave in your tail at least 4 inches worth so it will not come undone.

***Add the cross part***


attach the yarn to the side of any shell use the photo as a guide, you will be crocheting over a hdc ... *ch2,hdc,ch12hdc, turn sl stitch to ch1 space* repeat once
repeat the step above on the other side of the bangle so it looks like a cross...


TIP to get your bangle to lay correctly when wearing it... lightly spray with water and fold the bangle so the cross lays where you want it to, pin it into place and let dry.

Wear and cutely share your faith :)

Happy early Easter from Crochet Chiq!!!!

oo and have a sneak peek on what I am working on......

Can you guess what I am making with the EVER SO SOFT Anne Geddes Baby yarn?


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Comments

  1. Thank you very, very much for your pattern; It is so pretty and I will be making one or a few (for the family).

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  2. This sample looks very interesting and good that you all described, http://www.essaycorrector.org/blog/essay-proofreader-service-is-a-wand-for-any-written-paper because it can be used to create new works.

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  3. I have had such a good time visiting your site. Thank you for sharing your patterns. The ones I don't pay for become "give-aways" for me! If I don't pay for it, than I won't charge for it! I'm making these for the women (about 24) in my Bible Study Group. God Bless YOU!

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