With only a ball chain and a crochet flower you can make a cute necklace very easily. Vary with the pattern, the yarn and the colors to make a necklace that matches your style. I’ve designed five different flower necklaces so that you can choose the one you like best: Dahlia, Waterlily, Sunflower, Forget-me-not and Papaver.
Skill Level: Easy
Yarn: Phildar Phil Coton 3 (Sunflower)
Color A 1 ball: Rose Saumon
Color B 1 ball: Colza
Notions: Sewing needle and scissors, Ball chain with closure, length approximately 60 cm
Start with color A.
- Chain 3 in a magic ring (counts as 1 half double crochet + 1 chain).
- * Make 1 half double crochet in the ring, chain 1. * Repeat 8 more times. Make 1 slip stitch in the first half double crochet that you made in row 1. Change color to color B.
- Make 1 slip stitch in the chain-1 space, chain 2. Make 1 cluster stitch of 3 double crochet, chain 2. * In the next chain-1 space: a cluster stitch of 4 double crochet, chain 2. * Repeat around. Make 1 slip stitch in the first cluster stitch that you made at the beginning of this row.
- * In the next chain-2 space: 2 single crochet. In the next cluster stitch: 1 single crochet. * Repeat around. Make 1 slip stitch in the first single crochet that you made at the beginning of this row. Fasten off.
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The pattern for the Sunflower is provided but will the others (Dahlia, Waterlily, Forget-me-not and Papaver) be available at some point? Or are they available elsewhere?
Hi there! This pattern excerpt was from Annemarie’s book which I believe is now out of print, but she may have similar patterns over on Ravelry: https://www.ravelry.com/designers/annemarie-benthem-2?page=1
I’ve reached out to her to see if the other necklace patterns are published elsewhere. She or I will reply as soon as possible! – Nicola, Editor