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Supplies
Natural polished thin hemp cord
4-10mm decorative beads in choice of house colors
1 lobster clasp
1 slip ring
Size H (5.00 mm) Crochet Hook

Abbreviations
ch: Chain
hdc: Half-double crochet

Instructions
Slide the clasp, 4 beads, and the slip ring onto the hemp cord, in that order.

Make starting loop, making sure the slip ring is in the loop.

Ch 4.

Row 1: In 4th chain from hook make 3 hdc. Ch 2 and turn.

Rows 2 and 3: 1 hdc in each stitch, ch 2 and turn.

Row 4: 1 hdc in first stitch, slide one bead to hook, 1 hdc in next stitch with bead., 1 hdc in last stitch, ch 2 turn.

Rows 5 - 7: 1 hdc in each stitch, ch 2 and turn.

Row 8: 1 hdc in first stitch, slide one bead to hook, 1 hdc in next stitch with bead., 1 hdc in last stitch, ch 2 turn.

Rows 9 - 11: 1 hdc in each stitch, ch 2 and turn.

Row 12: 1 hdc in first stitch, slide one bead to hook, 1 hdc in next stitch with bead., 1 hdc in last stitch, ch 2 turn.

Rows 13 - 15: 1 hdc in each stitch, ch 2 and turn.

Row 16: 1 hdc in first stitch, slide one bead to hook, 1 hdc in next stitch with bead., 1 hdc in last stitch, ch 2 turn.

Rows 17 - 18: 1 hdc in each stitch.

Row 19: 1 hdc in first stitch. Slip clasp to hook and make second hdc in next stitch (this will locate clasp in center of row, top of stitch. 1 hdc in last stitch. End off, weave in ends.

Final Product

Hemp & Bead House Bracelets

Hemp & Bead House Bracelets


Credit
Dragonsinger's tutorial was taken with permission from Dragonsinger's Dragoncrafts.

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