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Once you master the basic concept of making the links, the pattern can be a jumping off point to other necklace designs as you can vary the configuration of the link sizes. Included in this pattern download will be all three versions that you see above. Version 1 features links that are graduated in size, version 2 has a mock bow, and version 3 ...
This festive scarf makes an eye-catching statement piece, with delicate motifs bravely balanced by strong chain links and unique fringe tassels. A BULKY weight yarn is used to create the motifs, and a SUPER BULKY weight is used for the background of the motifs and chain links to give them stability. The scarf is worked in a remarkable way, with ...
Colleziono gioielli d’epoca e adoro le eleganti collane di strass degli anni ‘50. Progettando questa collana ho voluto creare un bel bijoux da realizzare combinando in modo originale punti in realtà molto semplici. L’uso di filati metallici ricorda la ricchezza di delicati gioielli che potevano essere indossati tutti i giorni o...
As a collector of vintage jewelry, I adore delicate 1950’s rhinestone necklaces. I designed this necklace by combining simple stitches in a unique way, to create an ornate piece. The use of metallic yarn echoes the richness of fine jewelry that could be worn everyday or for formal occasions.
Crochet the strand of leaves and stems, then crochet the flower buds into the stems. Add flair to any simple neckline with this quick project. It is satisfying and fun to crochet. A unique accessory that also makes a great gift, since you will be able to make several from the two skeins of yarn!
This eye-catching necklace includes a unique mix of techniques from thread crochet to embroidery embellishment, which really come to life when placed on a solid background of sock yarn. The excitement builds in this project as each layer is added, until the grand finale, when you get to join all of at the pieces together into a harmonious chain ...
My favorite part of the grand prize winning “Kyoto Coat” that I designed for the Crochet Guild of America’s 2010 design competition, was the crazy quilt style sash. I liked it so much, I decided to design a belt for myself using the same technique. I consider this to be the big sister of the “Kyoto Coat” sash, so I named it the “Paris Belt”, aft...
Crochet: Button, Applique / Embellishment
Add this fun detail to a blouse or cardigan. The first round is crocheted around an adjustable elastic cord, so it can fit nicely over a variety of button sizes. Follow the same instructions using different yarn or thread weights to create different size button frames.