A girl can never have too much jewelry, right?  (That’s what I keep telling my husband, but I don’t think he believes me.)  With the “stacked wrist” look being all the rage this season, you’ll be wanting to stockpile a whole stash of bracelets so you can arrange arm displays to match everything in your wardrobe.  At Green Eyed Monster, sisters Ash and Kimmy have a plethora of bracelet tutorials, including this crocheted utility cord bangle.  It’s super easy to make; the only stitches you need to master are the chain stitch and the slip stitch.  It’s also practical.  If you ever find yourself in need of some rope, just undo the crocheting and you’ll have a long length of utility cord at your disposal!  Alternatively, you could also make these out of round shoelaces, which you can always find at the dollar store!  [how to crochet a utility cord bracelet]

Project estimate:

  • Utility cord, on hand or $1 and up
  • Crochet hook, on hand

Total:  Free and up