Designed By Julie A. Bolduc
This beaded choker is made by first stringing on all of the beads, then working them in as you stitch, then when you are done, you attach the clasp. It is fairly easy to make. If you are just starting out with crocheting with beads, give this one a try.
112 "E" Beads in white pearlescent
Size 10 Crochet Cotton. Southmaid in light pink was used in the example
Size 7 Steel Crochet hook
1 clasp of choice and 2 jump rings
Yarn Thickness: 10thread
Finished Size: 15" L x 1½"
Skill Level: Beginner
Beaded Sc (bsc): Insert hook in stitch indicated, yo, pull up a loop, pull up a bead, yo pull through both loops on hook over the bead so the bead is worked into the stitch.
Beaded Double Crochet (bdc): Yo, insert hook in stitch indicated, yo, pull up a loop, yo, pull through 2 lps on hook, pull up a bead, yo, pull through last 2 loops on hook.
ROW 1: String all beads onto thread. Ch115. Dc in 4th ch from hook and in each ch across. Ch1, turn. (113dc)
ROW 2: Bsc in first st. *Sc in next st. Bsc in next st. Repeat from * across. Ch3, turn
ROW 3: Dc in each st across. Ch1, turn.
ROW 4: Sc in first st and in each of the next 29 sts. (Bsc in next st. Sk next st. Bdc, dc, bdc, dc, bdc in next st. Sk next st. Bsc in next st.) Rep bet () 10 times more. Sc in each of the next 29 sts. Sc in top of ch3. Fasten off. Weave ends into back of work. Attach clasp to ends of row 1.
Design written on Wednesday, May 17, 2006. Copyright ©2006 By Julie A. Bolduc f107011
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