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Beads and Ladders Crochet Bracelet - Tutorial How-to Pattern for Kindle, iPad, Kobo, Nook, Computer

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Many people think that crocheting is limited to the humble afghan. No way I say! Anyone can use crocheting to create nearly anything you want, including jewelry. With this pattern, you can count yourself among the Fibre Artists who can take nothing more than a simple string, some beads or charms, and a little creativity and make something sure to impress.

This pattern shows how to make a stunningly gorgeous bracelet from crochet cotton thread and inexpensive glass pony beads. Once again, the pattern could easily be extended, quite literally, into making a choker necklace.

Included are a selection of photos demonstrating some less common techniques. Don't worry, they aren't difficult to master. If you have some experience crocheting, and if you can make a granny square, you will be able to make these bracelets too.

This pattern is now available as an immediate download through Etsy! PDF will work great on your computer and you'll be able to print it off too. If you have an iPad, iPhone, Nook, Kobo, Sony Reader, etc the ePub file will work for you. The MOBI file is what you need if you usually buy your books through Amazon for your Kindle.

The purchase of this pattern allows you to make and sell bracelets, but you may not redistribute or resell this pattern.

Looking for a completed bracelet? I no longer list finished items but still take the occasional custom order. Simply contact me with the link above with what size and colours you're looking for. I'll let you know if I have the time to make it and what it will cost.

For more of my patterns you can try this link: https://www.etsy.com/shop/KweenBee?section_id=6695486
Many people think that crocheting is limited to the humble afghan. No way I say! Anyone can use crocheting to create nearly anything you want, including jewelry. With this pattern, you can count yourself among the Fibre Artists who can take nothing more than a simple string, some beads or charms, and a little creativity and make something sure to impress.

This pattern shows how to make a stunningly gorgeous bracelet from crochet cotton thread and inexpensive glass pony beads. Once again, the pattern could easily be extended, quite literally, into making a choker necklace.

Included are a selection of photos demonstrating some less common techniques. Don't worry, they aren't difficult to master. If you have some experience crocheting, and if you can make a granny square, you will be able to make these bracelets too.

This pattern is now available as an immediate download through Etsy! PDF will work great on your computer and you'll be able to print it off too. If you have an iPad, iPhone, Nook, Kobo, Sony Reader, etc the ePub file will work for you. The MOBI file is what you need if you usually buy your books through Amazon for your Kindle.

The purchase of this pattern allows you to make and sell bracelets, but you may not redistribute or resell this pattern.

Looking for a completed bracelet? I no longer list finished items but still take the occasional custom order. Simply contact me with the link above with what size and colours you're looking for. I'll let you know if I have the time to make it and what it will cost.

For more of my patterns you can try this link: https://www.etsy.com/shop/KweenBee?section_id=6695486

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Reviewed by Joanne Smith
5 out of 5 stars
13 Feb, 2018
These patterns are great, I did find a few errors in the knit count, nothing I couldn't figure out. , So I have to say these patterns are almost perfect. Perfect enough to give you 5 stars. I have been knitting since I was 9 years old , That would be 55 years of knitting. I can pretty much make up my patterns when I see a picture. But I had to have yours. thank you so much.
Eight Slipper Styles to Knit - Knitting Pattern for Kindle, iPad, Kobo, Nook, Computer

Reviewed by petitepuce
5 out of 5 stars
03 Jan, 2018
These patterns are beautiful and easy to knit!
Thank you :)
Eight Slipper Styles to Knit - Knitting Pattern for Kindle, iPad, Kobo, Nook, Computer

Reviewed by Laura Steidel
Buyer photo Laura Steidel, who reviewed this item with the Etsy app for iPhone.
5 out of 5 stars
06 Dec, 2017
Love this pattern! I’ve probably made a dozen pairs already. These are in OSU colors. A little more challenging to get the stripes to match up.
Easy to Knit Slippers Tutorial - Knitting Pattern Kindle, iPad, Nook, Sony

Reviewed by Lois Schlueter
5 out of 5 stars
23 Oct, 2017
Really enjoyed this pattern!! Fun to knit-easy to follow!
Easy to Knit Slippers Tutorial - Knitting Pattern Kindle, iPad, Nook, Sony

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