Saturday, October 5, 2013

Knit Pearl Cuff

I discovered a strand of freshwater pearls in my stash. I let them sit on my beading table for a few days, but I have finally decided on a project. I wanted something light and airy. Knitting with wire was my answers for these pearls. 
Materials: freshwater pearls, 32 gauge wire, and size 7 USA needles. 
Thread all of your pearls. Cast on 10 stitches. 
Knit one row without any pearls. 
Knit one pearl in random order into each row. 
Continue knitting until it is about half an inch longer than you need. Since it is knit, it will stretch enough to fit over your hand. 
Cast off you stitches. Don't finish off the last stitch. Slip a crochet hook into the last stitch. Slip stitch the two ends together. 
Enjoy this fun, lacy bracelet!
Xoxo, Alyssa







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