The Waterfall Necklace was on my mind for many years before I designed it. When I was working as a costume designer I made a dress with a similar neck in beads, and I have always wanted to replicate that as a necklace in crochet. Then I saw a gold chain and diamond necklace in a magazine ad that rekindled the memory, so I grabbed some yarn and beads and began! It is important that the beads used in this piece have holes large enough to fit a steel hook (1.25-1.5mm) through.
The fifth necklace in the Twisted and Twirled Crochet necklace series is made using a mesh style stitch. It has 4 full twists in it. This lovely necklace can be worked up in no time with less than 40 yards of lace weight yarn.
The fourth necklace in the Twisted and Twirled Crochet necklace series is made using a double crochet v~stitch pattern. It has 4 full twists in it, keeping everything moving! This twirly necklace can be worked up in no time with less than 40 yards of fingering weight yarn. Adder’s Fork Twisted and Twirled Crochet Necklace #4Crochet PatternEasy Skill LevelDesigned by Jessie Rayot The yarn used in this sample was donated by The Fiber Seed as part of the Quest at the summer 2015 TNNA Needlearts Trade Show. This … Read more
The third necklace in the Twisted and Twirled Crochet necklace series is made using slip stitch crochet and chain stitches. It has 6 full twists in it, creating a beautiful spiral of color. The Chain Slip necklace can be worked up in no time with less than 50 yards of sport weight yarn.
The first necklace in the Twisted and Twirled Crochet necklace series is made using the spider stitch. It has 3 1/2 twists in it, which makes each round go completely around the border of the necklace, so all the edges look the same. This fun necklace can be worked up in no time with less than 50 yards of fingering weight yarn.
This simple Chain Wrap Bracelet is great for beginners all the way to experts. You only need to know how to crochet a chain, and sew on a button.
There is also a link to a video tutorial that shows how to make this bracelet from beginning to end. Even a new crocheter can show off a pretty finished project with this chain wrap bracelet!
If you can make a crochet chain, you can make this necklace! It is super simple, and tons of fun. This necklace is a great way for those just learning to make a finished item, it is a wonderful project for kids (what a great Mother’s Day gift!) and it is even fun for the more advanced. It also makes for great craft fair stock!
Practice your puff stitches and make this attractive choker all at the same time. This choker is great for an evening out, or just used to dress up a tee shirt and jeans. Try adding some beads for a more glamorous look! Make this choker with or without a border, or make it shorter for a bracelet. There is also a video for the visual learners!
This simple hair tie back matches wonderfully with the puff stitch necklace. It works up quickly using chain sts, puff sts, and a few single crochets. This tie back looks stunning in variegated yarn, but it would also be lovely changing colors every round with 2 or more solid colors, or even just in one color. The tie back is closed with a button, and is adjustable. There are two fun little chains that end in puff stitches that hang down below the button. These chains can easily be made longer for a more dramatic look.