How to Make an Anklet: 7 Jewelry Patterns

How to Make an Anklet: 7 Jewelry Patterns

Silver Leaves AnkletAs the temperature rises, so does the urge to show some skin. An anklet is a simple way to add sparkle to your wardrobe when the sun comes out to shine. Learn how to make an ankle bracelet by checking out some of our jewelry making tutorials.

Ankle bracelets are sexy yet subtle accessories that can instantly turn an everyday outfit into a stylish one. With the help of these free anklet patterns, you'll see that it doesn't take much time or effort to put together a stunning accessory. Plus, it will only set you back a few dollars.

How to Make an Anklet: 7 Jewelry Patterns is a roundup of crafts for people who can't wait for warm weather to arrive. Look over these DIY jewelry and bead projects, and you’ll be on your way to becoming the most chic beach bum on the shore this summer. 

How to Make an Anklet:
7 Jewelry Patterns

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How to Make an Anklet

BONUS! How to Make Paper Beads, Fabric Beads, and More

How to Make an Anklet

If you’ve ever spent time in the bead aisle at your local craft store, you have an idea as to how many different sizes, colors, and styles of beads there are. The wonderful thing about beads is that they can turn the most boring piece in your jewelry collection into something spectacular. These free anklet patterns are so easy to follow that you can whip up one of these ankle bracelets in a matter of minutes. Instead of searching high and low for the perfect accessory at the mall, by learning how to make an anklet that suits your style, you'll skip the frustration and the price tag.

Lacy Woven Anklet Rainbow Anklet  Ocean Blue Magnet


How to Make Paper Beads, Fabric Beads, and More

If you want to take your crafting a step further and make your anklet even more personal, you can learn how to make beads out of various materials. With these simple and fun tutorials, you can find out how to make paper beads, clay beads, glass beads, and fabric beads. Each medium has its own unique style, so you may want to experiment with several different types. Don’t be afraid to mix and match textures and colors; sometimes the strangest combinations make the most gorgeous crafts.

Spiral Metallic Tube BeadsPainted Fabric BeadsRolled Scrapbook Paper Beads


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