Tuesday, 25 September 2012

A bracelet to celebrate Autumn !!!

You have to crochet some tiny circles in autumnal shades...




Then add some velvety beads...





Use some more yarn (little stitching), a piece of string and a pair of scissors...



At this point you can start the assembling process...









....and yes, a nice vintage button and a cotton tassel will do!!!

Just few more details...




Do you like it??? ;oD

It's so funny I did something like this here in JK, where it's always Summer (split in wet season and dry season!!!).....

See you soon, xxxx

Today I join creative jewish mom  !!!

8 comments:

  1. Hi there Alessandra
    Something so pretty yet so simple to do...there could be no end of combinations of colours and materials.
    Love it!

    Many thanks for your kind comments on my last two posts.


    keep well

    Amanda :-)

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  2. Perfect autumn colours! Lovely...
    I like it!
    Xoxo, Miriam

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  3. What a creative idea, I really love this bracelet!! Great job, dear Ale :-))

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  4. love it, so very sweet and such an original way to combine beads and crochet! thanks so much for sharing on Craft Schooling Sunday!

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  5. Love this. Could you post instructions for crocheting the tiny circles. I'm just learning to crochet and don't know how to do this. Thanks.

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  6. Love this. Could you post the directions for the tiny circles. I am just learning to crochet and don't know how to do these. Would really like to make one of these bracelets as it looks like a project that wouldn't take long and it would be perfect for autumn. Thanks.

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  7. Adorable, Alessandra! I love the layered circles and happy colors! Very cute and creative!

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