If you are looking for a quick and stylish sewing project, metal bracelets from Handmade Style by Noodlehead (Anna Graham) is the way to go. Make sure you have enough jewelry supplies because you are going to want to make a lot of bracelets!
I used various solids for the bracelets above. I just pieced them together first. That mini hexagon one was a tough one and it is far from perfect… just don’t inspect too close. 🙂 I used glue to fold the hexagons and hand stitched them together. I made to identical rows so that they would be the same on each side. Then I glued the two rows back to back and top stitched all the way around.
The white and grey fabric is actually a sheet from Target. I added a vintage button to that one with some glue. Gutermann HT2 is what I use. The blue fabric is from Sew Caroline’s Happy Home line for Art Gallery Fabrics. Here is the link to the exact fabric, Grass in Moonlight.
I purchased my jewelry findings at Michael’s but you can also find what you need on Etsy or other craft stores. Anna also has a resource list in her book that is very helpful!