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DIY Free Pattern and YouTube Video Tutorial Easy Crochet Statement Necklace Jewelry with Roses Flowers by Donna Wolfe from Naztazia
Easy Crochet Statement Necklace with Rose Flowers
 
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This is a neat way to crochet around metal rings and chains. If it's typical jewelry metal pieces, you can probably crochet around it. And you can include the flowers or omit them. Be sure to check out my YouTube Tutorial Video on how to make this in the next section!
 
Materials:
Two or more skeins of embroidery floss. A 24" chain will require 2 skeins of floss. Each flower uses less than 1 skein. Optional: use a darker shade for the base and another shade for the highlight. D (3.25 mm) crochet hook. Purchased metal chain with links large enough to crochet around. Sample necklace used a 24" chain; however any length will do. Ideally use an inexpensive costume jewelry necklace with clasps. However chain links are readily available at most craft stores these days in the jewelry-making section. Even discount stores carry them as well. Scissors, Yarn needle, Buttons (optional), Necklace clasp (optional), Hot glue (optional), Small piece of felt (optional)
 
Instructions:
Chain: Using embroidery floss in the color for the chain, make a slipknot. Connect the floss to the chain and make approximately 10 SCs per chain link. This number may vary depending upon the size of your links. Work along both sides of the chain. Cut and weave in all ends. Attach jewelry clasps if needed.
Flower: Using a darker shade of embroidery floss, make a slipknot. Chain 20. Feel free to chain more or less to make a larger or smaller flower. Skip the first 3 CHs and make 2 DC in the 4th CH from hook. *In the next CH, make 3 DC.* Repeat between * and * across row. The work will curl - this is normal. (Optional: connect the lighter color yarn at the end of this row). CH 1 and turn your work. Slip stitch gently across entire row. Do not bind off yet. Starting from the opposite end, roll and twist the piece to form a spiral flower. Using the remaining loop, make a slip stitch into the side of the flower.
Finishing: Sew buttons or beads in the middle of each flower. Glue on small circles of felt on the back of flowers if desired. Glue or sew on flowers onto chain necklace.
Easy Crochet Statement Necklace with Roses
 
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DIY Free Pattern and YouTube Video Tutorial Easy Crochet Statement Necklace Jewelry with Roses Flowers by Donna Wolfe from Naztazia
 
I crocheted around purchased metal earrings to make them a little bit more colorful!
 
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