I made the first one for Violetta for the tiny swap. Its made by crocheting a length of jewelery wire and crocheting in beads, charms and other odds and ends that I could find that fitted with her interests e.g. cats, purple, letter 'v' etc. I attached the clasp with coloured craft wire. I liked how it came out so much that I made one for myself too :) I hope this how to is clear enough. Ask if you have any questions.
Start off by gathering all your bits and bobs. I made up my bracelet using bits and bobs which symbolized the things I like and my interest. I did the same when I made Violettas'. Measure out your jewelery wire by wrapping the wire around your wrist 5 times.
Make a loop with your wire like you would if you were crocheting with wool. Crochet a couple of stitches with your wire.
Thread on your first charm/bead. Crochet your next stitch so that your wire goes over your bead/charm and incorporates it into the stitch.
Continue crocheting in charms & beads every stitch or two. Every so often just check your bracelet against your wrist to check how its looking.
When you have reached the end and crocheted nearly all your wire fold the end through the last loop to secure your stitches. Do this a few times and tidy up the ends so that there are no sharp bits sticking out. I used small pliers to do this. Do the same to the start so thats nice and neat too.
Position your toggle clasp/ lobster clasp and weave your wire through the hole in the clasp and wind in through the end of your bracelet. I wound mine through the stitches and then wrapped the remainder of my wire round the join. I used coloured wire as I thought it looked cool :)
Now stand back and admire your handiwork :)