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A full time stay at home mum, a part time social service volunteer & part time animal ‘foster-er’.

Crochet is my all time love and relaxer.. but I love craft in all forms.
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Shankh Necklace

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(4) Name: 'Crocheting : Shankh Necklace
Shankh Necklace
Shankh Necklace

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • ch, sc, sl-st, trc

Pattern Description:

A extremely easy one line pattern, has innumerable possibilities, and is easily varied for increased or decreased lengths.
This pattern is worked side to side, the first 'row' becoming a round, followed by row additions to add to the 'body' of the necklace. Increasing or decreasing the number of rows adds to your creativity and individuality.
This necklace has been inspired not just by the cute little conch shell or "Shankh" (शंख , śaṅkha) in Hindi), but also by this lovely lightly variegated yarn.

Skill Level : Easy (advanced beginner)

This pattern has been tested during the Ravellenics Games, using :

a) DK ply, Vardhaman Millenium , 30 g / 100 yds ; 4.5 mm crochet hook ;

b) Caron Simply Soft , about 66 yds ; F crochet hook ;
Comments :Clear instructions , good helpful photos , took about 2 1/2 hrs ; hope to make another with a different yarn and hook ;
Skill level by tester : Advanced beginner

c) Triskelion Taliesin DK Superwash BFL ; 57m ;4.5 mm hook;
Comments : Clear instructions ; took about 4-5 hrs;
Skill level by tester ; Easy


Size of 1 conch shell : approx 1 1/2" long x approx 1/2" wide

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • *Length of longest row of necklace = 24" , length of shortest row of necklace = 12" ; *Length of the row is 'drop' measured from neck/shoulder to the point it reaches on chest.


  • D.K acrylic (#3) yarn ; 30g approx
  • 4.5 mm (US 7) crochet hook

Suggested yarn:

100 yards of DK weight

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