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Add some sparkle to your outfits with these gem studded jewelry items!
This pattern provides instructions for making both a choker necklace/matching bracelet set featuring 1/2 inch round sew-on acrylic jewels and 3mm gold pearl beads (option 1) and a choker necklace featuring only 5/8 inch round sew-on jewels (option 2). Additionally, a bonus pattern is included beginning for making a rope style necklace featuring round jewels.
Additional Materials for Option 1 only:
* 1/2 inch diameter round faceted acrylic sew-on jewels in color(s) of your choice: for necklace, seventeen jewels; for bracelet, nine jewels
* 3 mm gold pearl beads: for necklace, eighteen pearls; for bracelet, ten pearls
Additional Materials for Option 2 only:
* # 5 (1.90 mm) steel hook * One spool (300 yards) size 10 Red Heart classic crochet thread in Black (B)
* Eight 5/8 inch diameter round faceted acrylic sew-on jewels in pink or color of your choice
Additional Materials for bonus pattern only:
* One gold metal lobster clasp and two gold colored 1/4 inch diameter jump rings
* Five 5/8 inch diameter round faceted acrylic sew-on jewels in pink or color of your choice
* Six 3 mm gold pearl beads
* C (2.75 mm) hook
* One spool (300 yards) size 10 Red Heart Classic crochet thread in Black
This pattern is available in U.S. crochet terminology.
You may sell items you make based on this pattern, but you may not sell or otherwise distribute the pattern itself.
One circle of option 1 or option 2 necklace/bracelet strip = 6/8 inch diameter
I live in a small town in the Great lakes region of the United States. For as long as I can remember, I have always been drawn to creative pursuits, so it is no surprise that two of my favorite ...
I live in a small town in the Great lakes region of the United States. For as long as I can remember, I have always been drawn to creative pursuits, so it is no surprise that two of my favorite hobbies turned out to be crochet and making costume jewelry - two mediums which I sometimes combine.
I began learning how to crochet nine years ago and have been creating and selling crochet patterns on Craftsy since June of 2013. Although it is great fun to create my own designs, I still very much admire the work of other designers, especially clothing and designs containing intricate color patterns. Recently, I have re-acquainted myself with knitting and have begun designing knitting patterns too.
Sincere thanks to all of you who purchase my pattern designs or pick one or more as a favorite. For those of you who purchase my patterns, please know that I would love to see how your project turns out!