Crochet frame tutorial

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I’ve been crocheting a lot these days and I want to share it with you! These frame are so cute and easy to make! Give ’em a shot!



  • Yarn
  • G hook
  • Scissors
  • Old bracelet (I used and old one but if you don’t have one you can always get some at the thrift store)


First of all make a not and get you hook inside it.


Then make a slip stitch around the bracelet.


Once you have the yarn around the bracelet, continue with single crochet all the way around.


Continue until you’ve covered the whole bracelet. Be careful not to leave loose stitches because then you’ll see parts of the bracelet.


Join with a slip stitch.


Now, here comes the tricky part. Skip 2 stitches and make 6 double crochet in the next stitch.


Skip 2 stitches and make a slip stitch.


Continue until you’re done with the whole bracelet. When you’re done join with a slip stitch. For the little hanger make 10 chain stitches and join with a slip stitch.


You can print cute things to paste, photos make you own art! Here’s what I’ve done πŸ™‚ Enjoy!



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9 responses »

  1. Those pieces that act as frames for your art are amazing.

  2. What other uses could be given to these crochet pieces?

    – Engagement ring for a giantess
    – A choker for a cabbage patch doll
    – Ruffle sleeves (like the ones used in Colonnial America in the 17th century)
    – You could tie them together and make a sexy, fun, careless bra
    – Beer cozy
    – You could turn them into glasses to look like an owl.
    – Skirt for a dachshund dog

    They are really, really pretty.

  3. Really cute and simple! I’m gonna try these too!!

  4. crochet lover

    so you just glued a picture in the pack of the crochet frame?


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