Crochet bracelet patterns are such fun little projects. They’re often easy to personalize with different colours and a great way to add a creative accessory to your favourite outfit. Today I’ve compiled a round up of free and paid crochet bracelet patterns to share with you. With so many different designs that are beautifully made, I bet you’ll be making more than one!
Find all the patterns below…
A very special thank you to all the designers who provided their permission for me to include their patterns in this round up. All links shared will take you directly to the original pattern location.
Let’s jump in!
You’ll need DK weight yarn and a 4mm hook to make this tunisian crochet bracelet designed by Sarah Korth from Sek Handmade. With such a fun and modern design, I bet you’ll be making one or two to match every outfit!
This beautiful bracelet and earring set uses approximately 140 – 150 yards of thread which is worked up with a 2mm hook. Designed by Natalia Johnson, the pattern is available to purchase on Ravelry.
This design combines DK weight yarn and beads to create a sweet flower bracelet. This pattern is for a small size and is free on The Crafty Therapist blog.
This lace inspired bracelet designed by Banana Moon Studio is made with DK weight yarn and a 5mm hook. Described as an easy level pattern, this project would add a lovely pop to your summer wardrobe.
This 3 bracelet bundle designed by Sweet Bee Crochet (me!), uses Scheepjes Catona yarn and a 3.5mm hook. They are super fun to mix and match and look great in a variety of colours. Paid bundle available on Etsy and Ravelry.
This super trendy bracelet designed by Crafting For Weeks uses leather to crochet the i-cord stitch. It creates stunning stitch definition with a modern result. Definitely add this one to your project list!
Worked up in rounds using DK weight yarn and a 3.5mm hook, this pattern from Fosbas Designs is unique and beautiful. The ridges add a lovely and eye catching touch.
This elegant bracelet designed by Jennifer from A Crocheted Simplicity uses aron weight yarn to create a beautiful braid effect. This is a paid pattern available on Ravelry.
Designed by CraftBits, this bracelet uses the broomstick lace technique. Included in the pattern are clear step by step photos to help guide you through. A lovely piece to wear on your next outing! This pattern is free on the CraftBits blog.
Using a combination of single crochet and the puff stitch, Meladora’s Creation shares a beautifully textured bracelet. This pattern uses two different colours of worsted weight yarn so there’s lots of room for creativity.
I hope you found some fun and exciting new crochet patterns to try! Don’t forget to share this post to your favourite Pinterest crochet board to share with others. Looking for more quick makes? Check out these other pattern round up’s (Click or tap the images to check them out!) Happy crocheting!