This bracelet is crocheted using medium or large sized beads plus 26 gauge wire.
Vashti Braha designed this bracelet, which she suggests as a possibility for Mother's Day gift-giving. I concur that this would be a great gift for Mom, but I imagine you'd want to make several of these bracelets, one for all the ladies you love.
Vashti's bracelet took her less than an hour to make, so this is a reasonably quick project.
This bracelet measures 7 inches long, but the instructions are written in such a way that it would be reasonably easy to adjust this if you'd rather make your bracelet a different size. The suggested supplies for this bracelet include beads and 26-gauge silver wire.
The instructions are posted at the Ben Franklin Crafts website.
If you decide to give this multi-strand necklace a try, you'll use 26-gauge copper wire plus a variety of different beads to crochet it. The completed necklace measures 22 inches long.
Skill Level: Intermediate
Project Designer: Miranda Stewart. The free instructions are posted at the Better Homes and Gardens website.
This step-by-step photo tutorial is by Cheri Dowd; it is posted at the Craftstylish website.
This necklace is crocheted using a heavy 20-gauge wire, and it is embellished with colorful glass rhinestones. Crochet stitch diagram and instructions are posted at the Nezumiworld website.
This pattern includes a photo tutorial showing you step-by-step how to make a slim beaded wire bracelet. The free tutorial is posted at the crochethooked website.
These three items are all crocheted using 28 gauge wire. The instructions are posted at the Crochetcollection blog.
Brenda K. B. Anderson designed this pair of triangle-shaped earrings using 32 gauge beading wire. You'll find the free pattern at the crochetme.com website.