Bark Bracelet by Georgie Nicolson

Bark Bracelet

Knitting
March 2016
DK (11 wpi) ?
22 stitches and 30 rows = 4 inches
in stocking stitch
US 6 - 4.0 mm
40 - 50 yards (37 - 46 m)
Variable. Sample measures approximately 16 inches/40.5cms long and 1 to 3 inches/2.5 to 8 sms wide.
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This pattern is available as a free Ravelry download

Ribbons of Eucalyptus bracelet

A wee bracelet that evokes the rolling nature of shredded eucalyptus ribbons. (For those not familiar with these trees, some species of eucalypts shed their bark in long strips that pull away and roll off their trunks in great ribbons).

These bracelets are designed to be wrapped around the arm twice before securing. Connect with nature by wearing your own little bit of tree around your wrist.

Construction:
The bracelet is knit flat in stocking stitch, which will naturally roll. Simple increases shape the bracelet and a single buttonhole finishes off the bracelet.

Skill Level:
Beginner

This pattern has been released as part of WARM: a large-scale collaborative knitting project that explores why the earth is warming and what we can do to make a positive change.

Knitters of all skill levels from around Victoria, Australia are invited to contribute to this large-scale piece that will be exhibited at the Art Gallery of Ballarat in September 2016.

Patterns are available individually, as part of an e-book or as part of a beautifully printed booklet available from SEAM.