Temperate Bracelet

Temperate Bracelet

temperate bracelet
Temperate Bracelet

"Just like a temperature blanket however it cuts the production time by a lot (probably takes around 3 hours to make). If you don't know what a temp blanket is, it is a blanket where each row corresponded to a temperature normally in different colors. For the bracelet we are going to take different color seed beads for the temperature and then crochet in the round with special beads corresponding to special dates. Of course this looks super cool with just 1 color as well and cuts down a lot of the time as you wont have to look up temperatures! Super fun way to make a remember me piece."

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet Hook6 or 1.8 mm hook (steel)

Yarn WeightOther

Finished Size9-10 inces

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What a beautiful sentiment. It is often people purchase things because of the sentiment that can be attached, like those Pandora bracelets. This is way better. I love hand made items because they are truly unique and one of a kind. I do not know what to make this for but I know I will think of something.

I am always looking for create items to make that will be cherished by my sons. They have always been the type to keep up with stuff so I like to make things with an attached meaning. I wanted to make each of them a temperate blanket but I just have not had the time. Being boys, this is not the project but I could probably modify it to make a key chain to remember an important event in their life. Still want to make the blanket though.


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