Here’s a simple knit wrap bracelet that can be made with just casting one, binding off, and a couple stitches with a yarn needle.
Not only is this a cute and quick handmade gift, but it’s also a great project for someone just learning to knit. It’s so nice to be able to complete a creation early on when learning a new skill. You can also use this as a choker or necklace.
You can now find a video tutorial as well, HERE.
The yarn for this design was provided by WeCrochet. All opinions are my own.
Simple Knit Wrap Bracelet
Beginner Skill Level
Designed by Jessie Rayot
21 (31, 42) inches
Knit Picks Galileo: (50% Merino Wool, 50% Viscose from Bamboo), Size 2 (15 wpi, sport weight), 131 yds / 50 g (yds/g = 2.62)
Titan 27892 used in small: 1 skein, (10 yds / 4 g)
Aquarius 27891 used in medium: 1 skein, (13 yds / 5 g)
Pearl 26103 used in large: 1 skein, (16 yds / 6 g)
3.75mm (US 5)
Gauge: Learn about gauge HERE
19 sts = 4” [10 cm] in CO and BO
1/2 – 3/4″ button
- Read through all instructions before beginning.
- Leaving a 12” tail co 100 (150, 200), if you find you cast on tightly, try casting on with a 4.5mm needle
- Bo all sts loosely.
- Cut yarn leaving a 12” tail and fasten off.
- Sew a button or large bead on the end of your piece without the yarn tails
Wear or give and enjoy!
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