Start with looking for the Celtic knot you want to use. I cannot remember where I got my inspirational Celtic-knotted bracelet. For me it was a chain of 8cm for one Celtic-knot with is 1.5cm knot. I use no.10 Ella crochet yarn. I have the bracelet at 16cm long. For my calculation that gave me: … More Celtic bracelet
Techniques: Ch: chain JCH1: Josephine chain – first half of the double stitch JCH2: Josephine chain – second half of the double stitch DS: Double stitch -/P: picot +/J: shuttle join Instructions Ch1: *3 JCH1 2ds-2ds 3 JCH2 2ds-2ds*. Repeat until the length have been required. Ch2: *3 JCH2 2ds+2ds 3 … More Triple Zigzag
Tec hniques R: Ring LHPJ: lark head picot join SR: Split ring Instructions R: 4ds LHPJ 4ds, close ring. Tat a chain as long as you needed in the split ring Technique R: 4ds LHPJ 4ds, close ring Cut and tie.
Techniques R: Ring LHPJ: lark head picot join JC: Josephine chain Instructions R: 4ds LHPJ 4ds, close ring. Tat a chain as long as you needed in the Josephine chain Technique R: 4ds LHPJ 4ds, close ring Cut and tie.
Techniques R: ring Ch: chain LHPJ: Lark head picot join SR: split ring Note: creating a lock chain by flipped and non-flipped double stitches Instructions R: 4ds LHPJ 4ds, close ring Ch: 4ds flipped, 4ds not flipped, 4ds flipped, 4ds not flipped, repeat until bracelet is about half way SR: 8ds/8ds, close ring SR: 8ds/8ds, … More Lock chain rings bracelet
Techniques: R: rings SR: split rings LHPJ: lark head picot join Instructions R: 28ds, close ring SR: 11ds/11ds, close ring SR: 8ds/8ds, close ring R: 5ds LHPJ 5ds, close ring. Cut and tie.
Technique R: ring LHPJ: lark head picot join LCh: lock chain DSL: dimple stitch split ring Instruction R: 5ds LHPJ 5ds Lock chain pattern will be, 5ds flipped, 5ds not flip. Repeat pattern until about half way of the bracelet DSL: 5ds (-3ds+) 5ds/5ds-5ds. () will be the effect of the dimple stitch Continue with … More Heart bracelet