Jingle Bell Bracelet

This Jingle Bell Bracelet is a super simple sewing project that kids will love to make and wear! Stitch up the band, add on some bells, and you have a fun bracelet that jingles as you move.

Make your own Jingle Bell Bracelet

This project is part of Craft Lightning Week. All week long I’m sharing a Holiday craft that can be done in 15 minutes or less. And I’ve teamed up with co-hosts Vanessa from Tried and True and Angie from The Country Chic Cottage to do it! Plus, we’ve rounded up our craftiest friends from around the internet to join in. Scll down to the bottom of this page to check out all their fast and fun 15 minute holiday craft ideas.

To make your Jingle Bell Bracelet, you’ll need:
Fabric
Medium-weight Interfacing
Bells
Hook and Loop Tape (like Velcro Brand)
Needle and Thread
Sewing Machine

supplies for jingle bell bracelet

Cut one 5″ x 15″ strips from your fabric, and one 4.5″ x 15″ strip from your interfacing. Fuse the interfacing to the wrong side of the fabric, centering so there is 1/4″ of fabric exposed on each side. Fold the fabric in half, right sides together, then stitch down the long side using 1/4″ seam allowance.

stitch down length

 

Turn the fabric tube right -side out. Press flat.

press

Trim so that it is about 5″ longer than the circumference of your child’s wrist (or your wrist, if you’ll be wearing it!

trim

Tuck in the ends.

tuck in end

Press. Stitch all the way around.

Stitch Velcro in place on one end.

stitch on velcro

 

Try on the bracelet, not too tight, and mark where the other end of the hook and loop tape needs to go. Trim to length. Stitch it in place.

Hand-stitch the bells around the outside of the bracelet.

stitch on bells

Your bracelet is complete!

 

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