Lacy Crochet Cuff Bracelet – Free Crochet Pattern

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This is a very quick project and the finished bracelet is very lightweight and easy to wear – pretty and feminine – I love it – I hope you will too!

Lacy Crochet Cuff Bracelet – Free Crochet Pattern


Aunt Lydia’s Crochet Thread Classic 10
Size 8 Steel Crochet Hook (1.5mm)

R1: Ch6, 1dc in the 6th stitch from the hook (the 1st chain you made), [ch2, 1dc in the same stitch] repeat 2 times; turn

R2: ch4, [1dc in the 2nd ch-2 space of the previous row, ch2] 2 times, 1dc in the 2nd ch-2 space of the previous row; turn

Repeat R2 until you reach the desired length – for my bracelet I crocheted 7-inches.

This bracelet has a fair bit of stretch – I chose to sew the ends together and I slip this bracelet over my hand to wear it – as a cuff bracelet – you could also add a metal bracelet clasp or button/bead closure if you wanted –

Free Pattern Lacy Crochet Cuff Bracelet @OombawkaDesign

This is my first attempt using my new Stitchworks Software so I hope I did this properly! I have been trying to learn to read charts…

 Lacy Crochet Cuff Bracelet Free Pattern @OombawkaDesign
I had a request (2015) to show the seam line where I stitched the bracelet closed. Here is a photo showing the spot where the seam is located. I have been wearing the bracelet on and off for over a year now so it is a little bit stretched (and worn!) but the seam is shown below. I whip stitched it together and then weaved in my ends. The seam is still holding strong and fairly difficult to see based on the stitch design.
Seam on Bracelet @OombawkaDesign
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  1. Thx for the free pattern! It looks nice and easy to make. Gonna make one for my girl. Thx!

  2. This pattern is perfect for a bookmark. I am always looking for something different and felt very pleased when I saw this bracelet. Thank you very much.

  3. oooooooooooooooooooooooowww….I am crocheting this for meeee!!!!!
    Thank you for this pattern!!!

    Waving from Georgia!

  4. Hi Sherry! I apologize for taking so long to put the new photo up to show you the seam! I meant to do it over the weekend but Easter had me somewhat distracted! I have added an image of the seam to the post. I hope it helps 🙂 Rhondda

  5. Could you please show a picture of the ends of the bracelet. I have made several and have always been unable to satisfactorily connect the two ends. I must be doing something wrong.

    Thank you. It is so pretty.

  6. Thanks Gem! I’m so happy to hear the instructions were easy to follow!! I never thought of attaching an embellishment to it – my daughter would probably love that too!

  7. Love this pattern. I crocheted it for my daughter, and it looks fab with a flower attached to. Really quick to crochet up and instructions made it simple. Thanks.

  8. Wow! Rhondaa, this is so pretty! I’d say this could be my favourite pattern,
    but, really, not sure… let’s say it is my fav. today! 😉

  9. I love how simple and quickly this works up! It’s so cute and pretty!

  10. Hi Vicki 🙂

    Thank you!

    Let me know if you have any questions – and feel free to share a picture of your finished bracelet! I would love to see it!


  11. This makes a beautiful bracelet. Now it’s time to make one for me. Thanks so much!

  12. This would be a beautiful headband! Thank you for the pattern!