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Pearl Beaded Choker

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Designed By Julie A. Bolduc

This choker is made to match the Pearl Beaded earrings and Drawstring bag also available on this site. All three of these pieces would look great together as part of a Wedding ensemble. These items could also be made in other colors for the bride's maids or even for a formal event.
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Image of Beaded Loop Detail Image of Clasp Detail

Materials Needed
Small amount white size 10 crochet cotton. Southmaid was used.
119 size 4mm pearl beads
For Center loop
6 size 4mm pearl beads
1 size 5mm pearl beads
1 size 6mm pearl beads
6 size 2mm pearl beads
White sewing thread and needle
1 necklace clasp of choice
Size 8 steel crochet hook Boye was used
Tapestry Needle for weaving in ends

Yarn Thickness: 10thread
Gauge: 10sc=1"
Finished Size: 15"x3/8" or 8mmx45cm
Skill Level: Intermediate

String on 119 size 4 beads before crocheting.
ROW 1: Ch1. *Pull up a bead, ch2. Rep from * until you have pulled up 60 beads. You should now have 59 beads left un worked. Turn.

ROW 2: Sc in thread on bead. *Pull up a bead, ch1. Sc in thread on next bead. Rep from * across. You should now have 60 beads on one side and 59 beads on the other side. Fasten off leaving the end about 12" long.

With the 12" long end, sew the clasp to the ends.

Center Beaded Loop.
With sewing thread and needle. Find the center of the choker on the side where you have 60 beads. Make a knot in the end of the sewing thread and make a stitch in the center of the choker to secure it. Then string on the beads in this order. The 5mm, three 2mm, three 4mm, one 6mm, three 4mm, three 2mm. Then run your needle back throughthe 5mm bead and secure the end back into the choker.

NOTE: You might want to double up the thread to make it stronger but I didn't.

Design written on Saturday, June 12, 1999. Copyright ©1999 by Julie A. Bolduc all rights reserved. p107014

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