Free Beading Pattern Crochet Beading

Crochet Beading Bracelet

Want to make you own bead jewelry? Well, here is a free beading pattern. This has got to be the easiest and most beautiful bead bracelet you can make.

You can customize this bead pattern to suit your style and color choice. Want a necklace instead? Just double the length of the wire.

You will need:

Crochet hook

Three lengths of 28 or 32 gauge gold or silver wire cut to 125cm (50inches)

Bead stopper to hold all those beads onto you thread.

Any beads of your choice. A good idea is to mix the size and have different shades of the one colour.

Thread the beads onto the thread in a pattern you want. Small beads either side of bigger beads. Use seeds beads either side of your main beads.

Don’t forget to put that bead stopper on the end.

Using the crochet hook, do a few chain stitches.

Push the first bead down the thread passed the crochet hook.

Do one chain stitch.

Push the next bead down the thread and add another chain stitch.

Continues with one bead one chain until you use all the beads.

Pull the end of the wire through the last stitch to make a knot.

Make 3 lengths of your pattern at the length to suit you. Join the 3 lengths of beads into a loop and add a clasp at each end. You can let the 3 loops hang down separately or you can twist them together for a great twisted effect.

For a lighter bracelet or necklace, with the beads spaced out, add more chain stitches between the beads.

For a heavy beaded look add a group of beads then one chain stitch, then another group of beads.

The beads I used were 45 blue seed beads, 12 small clear crystal beads and 8 large blue crystal beads. The pattern I used in my bracelet were: 3 seed beads, I small clear crystal bead, 2 seed beads, 1 large crystal bead, 2 seed beads, 1 small crystal bead, 3 seed bead.

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Hope you enjoyed this free beading pattern.

Happy Beading

Crochet Bead Bracelet

Twist the 3 lengths together for a great effect! This work well as a bracelet or necklace.
Twist the 3 lengths together for a great effect! This work well as a bracelet or necklace.

Step 2

Step 2 crochet 3 lengths beads
Step 2 crochet 3 lengths beads

Crochet Beads

Step One:Thread the beads on to the wire in a pattern and you are ready to crochet.
Step One:Thread the beads on to the wire in a pattern and you are ready to crochet.

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7 comments

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Cindy Lietz 8 years ago from Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

I really like the wire crocheted bracelet with the blue swarovski crystals. I think small polymer clay beads would also look excellent in this design. It seems to me though, that since you are crocheting with wire and not thread, you should be able to go without the bead stopper. Instead you can roll up the end of the wire a little to keep the beads from falling off.


Christine 8 years ago

How fun! I really like your choice of beads. I made a choker once using the same technique with green cube beads and copper wire. The copper oxidized and it looked unappealing after, then I forgot about it. I haven't made one again since, but seeing yours has inspired me! Maybe I'll make another (with wire that doesn't oxidize!) I bet colored artistic wire would look beautiful- maybe red swarovski crystal with red wire?


alzheimers care 8 years ago from Melbourne, Australia

Thanks for the lovely pattern. Really like the colors too.


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SweetiePie 7 years ago from Southern California, USA

I love your patterns.


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KoffeeKlatch Gals 5 years ago from Sunny Florida

I really like the crocheted bracelet. I'll have to look into trying one.


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Wonder wool 4 years ago from United States

Beautiful. I recently started making jewelry from beads and crochet is my any time hobby. Mixing the 2 together awesomeness..!!

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