DIY T-Shirt Yarn Chain Bracelets {Video}

DIY jersey knit t-shirt yarn chain bracelet tutorialIn this video, I’ll show you how to make a cute chunky chain bracelet with knotted t-shirt yarn! Since the fabric is stretchy, you don’t need a clasp for these bracelets, so you only need two supplies: an open link curb chain, and some continuous t-shirt yarn.

This particular chain is currently available in my Etsy shop, but you can use any chain you like. You also can learn to make your own t-shirt yarn with this video, and all you need for that is a t-shirt and some fabric scissors! These bracelets are so much fun to make. Are you ready to get started?


TOOLS & SUPPLIES:

• 3.5″ open link curb chain
• 48″ continuous t-shirt yarn
• 2 pairs jewelry pliers (OPTIONAL)
• sharp scissors (fabric scissors if possible)

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These bracelets are great in sets. I made a bunch of them in all different colors! The blue bracelet is made with yarn from a regular smooth knit t-shirt, and the pink one is made using the exact same technique, but the yarn was made from a ribbed material. It’s a little fuzzy looking, but I loved the color and wanted to try it. I love to experiment!

t shirt yarn knotted chain bracelets video tutorial

 

Love this project? Be sure to check out my chunky finger-knit t-shirt bracelet tutorial too!

how to make a jersey knit t-shirt bracelet (video tutorial)

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