Are you in need of a quick gift or accessory for your evening out? Do you have a couple yards of t-shirt yarn on hand? How about an easy crochet bracelet pattern? If you answered yes to either of these questions, I have just the project for you!
The 5 Minute Jersey Tee Bracelet, as the name implies, works up in only 5 minutes (or less) and uses only 2-3 yards of t-shirt yarn. It’s a perfect way to use up those extra scraps of t-shirt yarn while creating a stylish little accessory in the process. Last minute birthday? Last minute Christmas gift? The 5 Minute Jersey Tee Bracelet has you covered and little to no previous crocheting experience is required. By following along with my beginner friendly tutorial you’ll make a perfect bracelet every time.
5 Minute Jersey Tee Bracelet
Crochet Pattern by B. Hooked Crochet, Copyright 2015.
Do not copy, sell or redistribute this pattern. Items produced using this pattern may be sold, however please do not use the photos from this website.
This pattern is written in US crochet terms
Gather your Supplies
- 2-3 yards t-shirt yarn
- 8 mm Crochet hook
Gauge and Sizing
Sizing will vary based on the individual and the type of t-shirt yarn you’re using. The video directs you to crochet the icord until it just fits around your wrist. My wrist is approximately 6″ around and I crochet the icord to 6.5″ before binding off and finishing.
- Ch – Chain
- YO – Yarn Over
How to Crochet the 5 Minute Jersey Tee Bracelet Tutorial
This video is also available in a left handed version. Click here to be directed to the left handed tutorial on YouTube.
Create a slip knot (leave a tail that is approx 2″ long) and place the loop on your hook. Ch 2. Insert your hook into the first chain, *YO and pull up a loop, YO and pull through the first loop only. Remove that loop from your hook (being careful not to pull it out), YO and pull through the remaining loop on your hook. Replace loop on your hook. Repeat from * until your bracelet is just long enough to wrap around your wrist.
Bind off by cutting your yarn leaving a tail that is approximately 2″ long. Pull that tail through both loops on you hook and pull tight. Tie the two ends in a double knot and enjoy!