Bead chips and wire crochet go together like peanut butter and jelly. Why? I think it has something to do with the fact that bead chips are delightfully irregular, and wire crochet stitches are too — and the two types of textures complement each other perfectly.
If you haven’t yet tried crocheting with beads and wire, this project could be a great way to get started with the technique. While I wouldn’t call it an easy project, exactly, it is extremely forgiving of mistakes and irregularities. Another good starter project is this bead and wire crochet napkin ring, which is a bit less complicated — plus there is a step by step photo tutorial, so you can see the technique stepped out in pictures. This bracelet is made using basically the same technique, so the tutorial is worth a look even if you don’t plan to make napkin rings.
If you think you’d like to try making this bracelet, you’re invited to grab the free pattern at About.com.
More Free Crochet Bracelet Patterns
- Red Coral Bead Chip Bracelet Pattern
- Afghan Stitch Bangle Bracelet Crocheted Using Wire
- Wire Crochet Bangle Bracelet With Beads
More Free Wire Crochet Jewelry Patterns
- Rose Chip Bead Necklace in Wire Crochet
- Glass Seed Bead Necklace in Cotton Candy Colors — Free Wire Crochet Pattern
- Freshwater Pearl Necklace in Wire Crochet
See Also: Bead Crochet Patterns and Tutorials
This page was last updated on 1/9/2018.