Downton Abbey Inspired Crystal Choker

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Downton Abbey Inspired Crystal Choker Pattern


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Jewelry: Downton Abbey Inspired Crystal Choker
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details





Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Tie a knot
  • Thread a needle
  • Not much else!

Pattern Description:

I was asked to design a choker inspired by the jewelry worn on the PBS show Downton Abbey just in time for season 3! The focal point of the necklace is made using a modified right angle weave (RAW) stitch. This necklace can be completed within 2 hours. It's not a difficult design. GREAT for a beginner.

The necklace can be lengthened by adding more 8/0 seed beads to the chain. The materials list above (and provided with the kit) will adequately provide for a 16" to 18" choker.

Special Notice
When you buy this pattern, you are now entitled to make this necklace. Please--do not distribute, lend, teach, copy, or sell my pattern. It's not good for you. You will have trouble sleeping and terrible headaches (I'm talking migraines--not worth it). Mass production (like a factory) is not permitted. If you sell the necklace please give credit to the designer--ME!

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 16" choker (can easily stretch to 18)


  • 1 Arm's Length of Black Wildfire Thread .006 inch or .15mm
  • 1 Medium Needle (or size 10)
  • Soft Touch Soft Flex Wire or Fine Wire (20 inches)
  • 1 Lobster Clasp
  • 1 Closed Jump Ring
  • TOHO Round 8/0 Opaque Shiny Jet Black Seed Beads (8 grams)
  • 1 Celestial Crystal(r), glass, 56-facet, black, 10x7mm faceted teardrop.
  • 2 Swarovski 6000 11mm Teardrop Pendant Jet Black
  • 18 Swarovski 5328 4mm XILION Bicone Jet AB Crystals

About Designer

About Designer

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