How to Knit Candy Button Dots – DIY Cuff Bracelet

How to Knit Candy Button Dots – DIY Cuff Bracelet


Candy Button Dots! Hi, Guys, and Welcome to
Studio Knit! Today, we are going to learn how to knit a
candy button dot cuff bracelet. These sugary dots are so cute and colorful,
and are a really fun design to wear as an accessory.
The materials we will use are white yarn, either aran or worsted weighted yarn in white.
And then any other colors you choose to use. 2 straight knitting needles sized Four, scissors
and a tapestry needle. Oh, and If you think a candy button dot bracelet
is a fun quick knit idea, please hit like to let me know you would like to see more
sugary sweet videos like this. So, let us get started. I created this KNITTING pattern and offer
it FREE to you. To complete this project, the knitting techniques are knowing how to
CAST-ON, KNIT, PURL, AND BIND OFF. LINKS to my FREE PATTERN and HOW TO KNITTING TUTORIALS
are in the description below. To make this candy button dot bracelet, we
will first cast on 15 stitches using the long-tail cast on method.
Using a smaller needle size with this yarn, our cuff bracelet will knit up to be stiff
and strong, just like the real candy button dot pages of paper.
For row one, we will simply knit the entire row, so that will be for 15 stitches. We will be reviewing six rows. These six rows
you will repeat until your cuff bracelet reaches the length you desire. Now, row two. It will be knit one and then
purl for 13 stitches. And on that last stitch, knit one. Row is three is simply knitting all the way
across for 15 stitches. Now we are going into row four. This takes a little bit more thinking.
Start with the Knit one And then a purl two. Then a Purl one in our contrasting color.
Now, we will purl three, and again purl one in the contrasting color. Let’s do that one
more time. Purl three. And purl one in your contrasting color. And finishing up row four,
we will purl two and knit one. Here’s what it looks like on the wrong side of the work,
and here we are on the right side of the work. Row five, It’s mini-bobble time! We begin
by knitting three. I will review how to make one mini-bobble. And once you’ve completed
that, you will make two more. So let’s begin. With our contrasting color, we will knit front
to back. Knitting front to back creates an increase. Now, we will turn our work. And
purl two. Turn your work again and knit two. Now, pass one stitch over. We’re going to
repeat this pattern for the next two buttons. And finishing up row five, is knit three.
Lastly on row six, we are going to knit one purl thirteen, and knit one. You may wish
to lightly steam your bracelet with an iron on a low setting using a wet cloth to help
it lie flat. Bind off and weave in your ends. Then, to make a bracelet, simply mattress
stitch your ends, and slide it over your hand to wear! Awesome! You have just learned how
to knit candy button dot bracelet. I hope you are inspired to give this quick knit project
a try. And Thank you so much for watching Studio
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14 Comments

  1. OMG, I love it …..I'm going to try your technique on the newly released crochet pattern Hygge by knitting it to make it more drapery….wish me luck.

  2. YAY! This is exactly what I'm looking for, I'm going to actually use this for a border on a blanket! Thanks so much I love it!

  3. I just want to add that you are a great teacher! I'm really new to knitting still and it takes me a bit to grasp what's going on but you explain so well, I really appreciate that. Thanks again!

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