Rosette Bracelet Tutorial!

(for personal use only – all patterns/tutorials are copyright protected)
Wow! Can you believe that I finally posted it? 
As I said before, May really kicked my tushie! 
Happy to report that I am officially back into the crafting-swing-of-things! 
Tutorial
That’s all folks… now go rock that bracelet!

Comments

  1. Jessica @ My World - Made By Hand says:

    Beautiful!

  2. Candice says:

    This is fantastic! Just made your rope bracelet for my niece and she loved it. Thinking this might make a stellar gift for my new sister-in-law.

  3. Kathy C. says:

    I LOVE this…guess what several relatives are getting for christmas this year? Thank you!!

  4. Merry Makes.. says:

    Very pretty! Bracelets are a great accessory for everyday wear and special occasions.
    My daughter made me a very personalised bracelet for my birthday, using polymer clay. Here's the link if you'd like to take a look:
    http://merrymakes.blogspot.com/2010/10/receiving-better-than-giving.html

  5. Conni says:

    this is very nice, thanks for sharing

  6. FancieStrands says:

    Super cute!Thanks.

  7. Debbie @ OtRD says:

    So cute! I've got to try this!!
    (found you on EverthingEtsy)

  8. knitalatte says:

    Really adorable. Great gift idea.

  9. www.apronsandapples@blogspot.com says:

    I LOVE IT!! Found it on pinterest. Kristy from http://www.apronsandapples.blogspot.com my crafty DIY healthy blog.

  10. BinksandBubble says:

    this is adorable!! love it ♥
    http://binksandbubble.blogspot.com

  11. Dani Marie says:

    I just wanted to let you know I included this in my 2011 Ultimate DIY Gift Guide (101 tutorials/recipes)! :) http://danimariedesigns.blogspot.com/2011/10/2011-ultimate-diy-gift-guide.html

  12. moira says:

    ok stupid question I am sure but I am new to sewing and crafting. How to you serge the sides of the fabric?

  13. Heidi says:

    Moira,

    No question is a stupid one!!! There is a machine called a "serger." It 'serges' the edges of fabric. If you don't have a serger, Michaels (craft store) sells serged strips of fabric in their jewelry section. You can also use a zig-zag stitch on your sewing machine to get a comparable look.

    Hope this helps!

    -Heidi

  14. Desiree @ The 36th Avenue says:

    Oh my! I love your bracelet and the tutorial.

    I would love for you to visit my blog as an EXTRAORDINARY guest and share it with my readers.

    If you would like to do so please let me know and I can send you more details.

    LOVE IT!

    the36thavenue@yahoo.com

  15. Anonymous says:

    I want to buy this because I will never have time to do this but love this bracelet. so unique.
    -terry-
    terry.barnes80@gmail.com

  16. Rachel says:

    Looove! I will have to make one of these, for sure!

  17. Anonymous says:

    Another stupid question…when you say "stitching in the back as you go", what does that mean? I am new to this kind of stuff as well. Do you just mean adding a stitch to hold the rosette together?

  18. Jada Kaeo says:

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  20. Karren says:

    Heidi, this bracelet is awesome, I will be giving it a try tomorrow. So easy and yet so fashionista, thanks for sharing. Newest follower of a fun blog.
    Holiday Greetings

  21. suzysomething says:

    Would a good quality velvet ribbon (say 1 1/2 -2 inches wide) do as well as the serged fabric? I can see that the fabric sort of gathers itself, and the ribbon would not unless I did it by hand before beginning your bracelet.

  22. GrammeShell says:

    Fantastic bracelet. Instructions are very easy to read and understand. Can’t wait to make it.

  23. Cate Holst says:

    Such a lovely idea. Thanks!

  24. I love this and I think it’s a really great idea for men’s bracelets. Decent men’s bracelets are hard to find and this one is just about perfect. Thanks!

  25. Anna Perini says:

    I want absolutely make this bracelet. I love it!!!
    Anna

  26. Brooke says:

    Love your bracelet, but I don’t make jewelry. Do you sell it on Etsy?

  27. This is so beautiful! I just love it! I’m pinning it to my need to do board!

  28. ana newton says:

    me encanto’

  29. Karisa Carlos says:

    I can’t find the fleur jewelry to save my life! Anyone know the brand that makes them?

    • Heidi says:

      Sad! I’m not sure who makes it. I never thought to look at the brand. Sorry about that. If anyone has found them, I’d love to know the brand too! :)

  30. This is beautiful- I love it!!!

  31. If one did not own a serger but knitted or crocheted instead, I think one could produce similar results by making a knit or crochet rosette. Not to mention all that could be accomplished with a glue gun…

    Truly inspired idea and wonderful instructions!

  32. Jewelry Rage says:

    Beautiful I love this bracelet, one of my favorite diy!

  33. Alyssa says:

    Cute!! I’m just wondering-do you have to serger/overlock the edges? I don’t have an overlocker, so do you think it’ll work without the overlocker? Thanks!!

    • Heidi says:

      No, surging the edges is not structurally needed. I only did it for esthetic reasons.

    • Nichole Stewart says:

      A nice zigzag stitch might work well if you don’t possess a serger. Pinking or using a decorative seam near the edges might also give it an “edgier” look. You could also try a very narrow hem stitch with a tiny hem allowance.

  34. It can be a great wedding souvenir or a birthday give away…

  35. I love your bracelet. It is really cute. Thank you for sharing your tutorial.

    Pinning and sharing!!!

  36. Jen says:

    Saw this on Pinterest and love it, can’t wait to make it!

  37. Octavia says:

    I pay a visit each day a few blogs and websites to read posts,
    except this website offers quality based posts.

  38. Very cute and easy to make. Thanks so much for sharing.

  39. Katie Adams says:

    Gorgeous! Thank you for the great tutorial.

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