- Select your yarn. (I used a worsted for the grey one and a fingering weight held doubled for the teal one.)
- Play around chaining with different hook sizes until you find one that works well with your yarn and provides a very even and non-loose chain. (I used an F hook for both of the bracelets pictured here).
- Start with a slip knot and chain as long as you want. (Most of the ones I have seen in stores go around your wrist anywhere from 6 to 11 times.)
- When the chain is the length you desire, join it to the beginning chain with a slip stitch. (Be careful not to have a twist in the chain. Although, you will twist it all around when wearing it, so it isn't a huge deal.)
- Sew on a decorative button over the join area.
- Wrap around your wrist and enjoy. You can use the button to criss cross and hold the twists. Some wraps will show the front and some the back. FUN!
Total time was about 15 minutes (with most of that being sewing the button). It is a GREAT project for leftover bits of yarn and that odd button. You can also make lots of them and stack them in the spring and summer for a fun and flirty look.