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Chevron Crochet Covered Bangle

Designed by Erin Elkins

Chevron Bangle


ch = chain; chs = chains; sc = single crochet


One bangle bracelet, 1-1/2" in height x 10" in circumference
Size E Boye® crochet hook
Boye® tapestry needle
60 yards total of light worsted weight mercerized cotton yarn in various colors (we used approximately 5-1/2 yards each of 11 different colors)


5.75 sc = 1" in Chevron Stitch Pattern

Change hook size as needed to achieve specified gauge.


Row 1: 2 sc into 2nd ch from hook, *1 sc into next 4 chs, skip next 2 chs, 1 sc into next 4 chs, 3 sc, into next ch; repeat from * ending 2 sc into last ch.
Row 2: Turn, ch 1, 2 sc into first sc, *1 sc into next 4 sc, skip next 2 sc, 1 sc into next 4 sc, 3 sc into next sc; repeat from * ending 2 sc into last sc.


With any color, ch 24. Work in Chevron Stitch Pattern, changing colors as desired (we changed colors every 2-4 rows), working in ends as you go.

Work no more than 10 total rows with any one color, until pieces measures 10" long. Fasten off, leaving a 25" tail.

NOTE: If using less than 11 colors, please 
note that approximately 60 rows will be worked, so budget the number of rows per color accordingly.


Match up the short ends of the completed piece, with right sides facing. Thread 25" tail through tapestry needle, and seam these two ends together using the Ladder stitch – DO NOT CUT YARN.

Wrap piece around bangle with right sides facing, and in this position, continue to use yarn tail and Ladder stitch to create an 
invisible seam that will sit on the inside of 
the bangle. Secure all ends. Enjoy!

Level of Difficulty: Easy

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