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  • Mihaela Herea

    crochet bracelet tutorial

  • Wilhelmina Smiley

    crochet tutorial

  • Crystal Mathews

    chaining crochet circles. This could make up into a super cute scarf.

  • Julia Dalton

    Crocheting connected circles

  • Kim Gleason

    Linking circles. Crochet stitches. Crochet tips.

  • Anna Neale

    joining circles. (translated from Norwegian by Google Translate)~ I like to show how to creates them, so here comes a small introduction crochet bracelets: 1. Crochet 5 chs 2. Crochet a double pole down in the first mask 3. Continue with double poles round, a total of 16 staves. 4. Work the ring together, and continues with ten chs. 5. Crochet a double pole into the mask 5 and continue around the You have 16 poles. 6. Continue around and around until you have made work as far as you wish. Was it possible to understand? Remember, you can create this other than bracelets. I have made ​​both the jewelry and moves to hang the clothes makers. You can even vary with single or double poles. Garnish if desired with fixed masks around the end, in a different color

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