Wrap bracelet knitting pattern, Wool fiber, Textile Jewelry for women, Woven Bracelet, Knitted Gift, PDF pattern, Easy pattern



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Looking for a fun and easy way to use up the leftovers and scraps in your yarn stash?

The Rustic I Cord Wrap Bracelet Knitting Pattern is a charming little bracelet with a rustic flair and just the right amount of femininity. It's quick to knit and makes the perfect knitted gift.

• Written in standard US terms
• Fingering weight yarn
• Size 2 (3 mm) double pointed needles

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1,554 shop reviews

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5 out of 5 stars

Cute bracelet, clear & detailed knitting pattern. Thanks!

Wendy Jul 18, 2021

5 out of 5 stars

What a clever little pattern! Easy to follow and perfect for using up scrap yarn. I’ve tried it with a few different yarn weights and each time it turned out adorable.

Bethany Aug 26, 2021

5 out of 5 stars

Super easy and fast to knit. Highly recommend. Due to the small amount of stitches I used the magic loop method, as dpn's quite fiddly and I get too upset, not good for my tension! I also tweaked the finishing/sewing up, but that was easy enough. Can't wait to make more. Thankyou.

Francesca Barton Mar 23, 2021

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