The White Flower Necklace

Aug 16, 2008
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Author

creativeyarn (http://creativeyarn.blogspot.com/)

Introduction

Dainty cotton necklace for your spring/summer nights out!
Make it with a wool yarn and it's fine even in winter times!
This is easier to make than to explain, so if you have problems with the pattern just drop me a line and I'll be pleased to help you!

Thanks for looking!

Materials List

4.00mm hook
Cream White Cotton yarn (worsted weight) for the flower

Green Cotton yarn (worsted weight) for the stems and ring

Finished Size

no size, this is like a lariat

Gauge

no gauge, just use some worsted weight cotton yarn

The Pattern

Crochet Ring:
Wind the yarn 5 times around the left hand's forefinger and the middle finger.
Insert
the hook under the 5 strands in the direction of the palm, yarn over
hook and fasten the strands with a simple crochet stitch.
Work 24 sc in the ring made by the 5 strands.
Sl st to first sc to close ring.

Don't cut the yarn.

Three Stems with Leaves:
1st Stem: Chain 115.
Leaf: Sc
in second chain from hook, 1hdc, 1dc, 1 hdc, 1sc. Turn and work 1sc,
1hdc, 1dc, 1hdc, 1sc in the opposite side of the just worked stitches.
Sl st to first sc to close the leaf. Cut yarn and weave in end.
2nd Stem: Attach yarn on the sc of the ring that is next to the first stem chain. Chain 105.
Work as for the first leaf.
3rd Stem: Attach yarn on the sc of the ring that is next to the second stem chain. Chain 125.

Work as for the first leaf.

The Flower:
Bottom Layer:
Chain 3, sl st to make ring.
Chain 3 and work 11 dc in ring. Sl st to third chain of beginning ch3. (12dc)
*4dc in next dc, sc in next dc*. Repeat from * but ending with a sl st on last dc to close round.
Cut yarn and weave in end.
Top layer:
Chain 4, sl st to make ring.
*Chain 3 and sc in ring*, repeat from* four times more. Sl st to close round. (You'll have 5 petals)
Work in each chain loop of previous round: 1sc, 3dc, 1sc.
Cut yarn and weave in end.

Sew the two flower leyers together, the top layer on the bottom one, and sew a nice button on the center.

Finishing:
Sew
the flower between the ring and the three stems chains, leaving a space
in the ring through which you'll pass the three strands to fasten you

necklace around your neck!

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Comments

wobbly wrote
on Aug 16, 2008 12:24 PM

this is very pretty, would make lovely gifts whilst using scraps of cotton yarn...thank you

on Aug 27, 2008 10:47 AM

It's very beautiful!!! I love your work!! All of your creations are exquisite and very eye-catching!!

on Jan 8, 2009 4:29 PM

If this isn't the prettiest thing ever, then I don't know what is.

on Feb 18, 2009 10:21 PM

Beautiful

Happy Crocheting

Laurel

Bashayer wrote
on May 18, 2009 11:34 PM

Wow , I'll try it ... :)

mignonette wrote
on Jul 8, 2009 9:19 PM

Beautiful! I can hardly wait to try it!

MIGNONETTE

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