How to make crocheted bangles

I love bangles.  I made some recently using a plastic ring (made from cutting up cheap belts and glueing at one side) and sticking buttons on, but the buttons started to fall off so I had to think of something else.

These are very simple to make, and you can use up left-over bits of yarn. And you can add embellishments if you want.  I sewed a button onto the last one I made, and dabbed it with a bit of clear nail polish for reinforcement.







I think the pics are self-explanatory?  I made enough chains to go round the bangle and then did 1 extra. I used Vinni’s DK cotton Nikkim and a 3mm hook, and worked in rows of dc or htr until the length was sufficient to wrap over the bangle and stitch together.   I did a sort of mini puff stitch in the turquoise one in the top picture.

I’d love to see your versions of this, if you make some. Send me a pic :-)

To be continued…


36 thoughts on “How to make crocheted bangles

  1. gentlestitches

    Give me a week, I have to try and make one. Knitted and crochet accessories are really “in” here in Melbourne at the moment. Fab idea by the way. : )

  2. Fiona

    As the very grateful recipient of one of them, I can vouch for just how gorgeous they really are!! SO so pretty! Thank you so much, Jill! xxxxxxx

  3. tgonzales

    Oh Jill!

    I lo-o-o-ve your crocheted bangles. And what a great idea to recycle those plastic belts. Wonderful idea. Thanks so much for sharing.

    Love and Hugs,

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