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Knitter: Shana
Knitter: Shana
Knitter: Shana (adult and child sizes)
Knitter: Stacie B.
Knitter: Shana
Knitter: Norah B.
Knitter: Wendy N-H.
Knitter: Shana
MARBLE FIDGET BRACELET
MARBLE FIDGET BRACELET
MARBLE FIDGET BRACELET
MARBLE FIDGET BRACELET
MARBLE FIDGET BRACELET
MARBLE FIDGET BRACELET
MARBLE FIDGET BRACELET
MARBLE FIDGET BRACELET

I am always in search of creative fidget toys for my son, and love incorporating my craft into these projects. I stumbled upon a post on social media showing a small knit bracelet tube with a marble, and have since been making them for my son and other family and friends. A few knitters requested I write directions for how I make the bracelets, so here they are! These simple bracelets are suitable for children and adults. Directions are included for both fingering and DK weight yarns. Enjoy!

YARN
Each bracelet uses approximately 4-6 g of fingering or DK weight yarn. This is a great project to use up yarn scraps leftover from another project.

DIMENSIONS
Customizable- samples shown are approximately 1” (2.5 cm) measured across, and 1” (2.5 cm) longer than wrist.

FINGERING WEIGHT GAUGE & NEEDLES
8 sts = 1” (2.5 cm) in stockinette in the round
US 1 (2.25 mm) circular needle, 32” (80 cm) or longer for magic loop, or double-pointed needles or size needed to get gauge

DK WEIGHT GAUGE & NEEDLES
US 3 (3.25 mm) circular needle, 32” (80 cm) or longer for magic loop, or double-pointed needles or size needed to get gauge

TECHNIQUES
Provisional cast-on, small diameter knitting, Kitchener stitch grafting

PATTERN ATTRIBUTES
This quick design is a beginner friendly written pattern with photo tutorials. Each bracelet requires 1 standard glass marble or similar size glass bead.

EXPLORE ON INSTAGRAM
#MarbleFidgetBracelet

Test knitting: Stacie B., Norah B., Wendy N-H., Amanada U.