This is quite an easy bookmark to make, but you will need to know how to make split rings. I call this the Chinese Coin bookmark because the shape of the individual repeat is like an ancient Chinese coin. Click here to find out about the different type of Chinese coins that were once used in China.
I find this design interesting because it can be made in two ways. You can either make individual motif and join them up, or in one pass. It can be a very colourful piece if the individual motifs are made in different colours.
Click on this link Chinese Coin Bookmark for the pdf file of the pattern.
The two charts for the bookmark has been added below.
This chart on the right is for making it in one pass.
Here, the left side of the bookmark is made first. When you reach the length that you require, make a turn at the end and continue with the right side.
The rings shown in pink are split rings with the stitch count of SR(4-4-4/4).
Another ooopsy ...
If you had downloaded the file earlier, there is a mistake in the stitch count for the split rings marked in blue in the second chart.
The rings shown in pink and blue should have the same stitch count, i.e SR(4-4-4/4).
The chart should look like the one in the blog post here.
I have amended the chart in the pdf file to show the correction.