Measuring for Your Bracelet
Infant: Typically for ages 0-1 years, or for wrists that are less than 4.25 inches.
Toddler: Typically for ages 1-4 years, or for wrists that are 4-4.75 inches.
Child: Typically for ages 4-10 years, or for wrists that are 4.5-5.25 inches.
Small: For petite wrists or those who desire a snug fit. Typically fits a 5.5-6 inch wrist, but can be worn with a larger cuff-like opening on up to a 6.5 inch wrist.
Medium: For a classic fit. Typically fits a 6.25-6.75 inch wrist, but can be worn with a larger cuff-like opening on up to a 7 inch wrist. Also can be worn as a looser bangle on a 5.5-6 inch wrist.
Large: For larger wrists, men, or those who desire a looser fit. Typically fits a 7-7.5 inch wrist, but can be worn as a looser bangle on a 6.25-6.75 inch wrist.
Measuring for Your Chain Bracelet
Wrap a measuring tape around your wrist snugly but without pulling on your skin. Most people choose a bracelet that's about 1/2 inch larger than their wrist size for optimum comfort and wearability. Add 1/2 inch to your tape measure and see how it looks. Adjust tighter or looser according to your preference.
Measuring for Your Ring
Check out this helpful video on sizing your finger to determine which ring size works for you.
Measuring for Your Necklace
Check out this helpful video on choosing what length you want for a pendant necklace. For a necklace without a pendant, simply keep the string or yarn looped at the bottom instead of coming to a point.