As promised, here is another fun project that I shared at fall quilt market. These embroidered cuff bracelets are super cool!
Embroidered Cuff Bracelet
- 8″ fold over braid trim
- 7/16″ snap fastener
- assorted embroidery floss
- Wrap braid around wrist for a loose measurement; add 2” and cut.
- Start embroidery 1” from either end of cuff. Embroidery can be any design. Consider using a basic running stitch, backstitch, or blanket stitch. (refer to popular stitch diagram.)
- Mark placement for snap closure and attached with pliers. Be sure to check fit before squeezing the last piece in place.
These embroidered cuff bracelets are super easy to make, perfect for classes and great for the kids to make in batches. You can download the printable instructions here.
A big Thank YOU again to Dritz for inviting me in their booth at market. . Their constant encouragement and support of The Sewing Loft means ever so much and I look forward to working with them next week at Fall Quilt Market. Be sure to stop by their booth on Sunday for a few fun Make & Take projects!
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Comments & Reviews
Simplistic and beautiful – thank you for the idea.