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Princess Beaded Necklace

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Designed By Julie A. Bolduc

This beaded necklace is fairly fast and easy to make. You could make it in an evening to wear the next day.
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Materials Needed:
Size 10 crochet cotton in cream. Southmaid was used in the example
88 E Beads in clear or Rocaille style
44 E Beads in clear blue or color of choice
Size 7 steel crochet hook
Clasp of choice
Tapestry Needle for weaving in ends

Yarn Thickness: 10thread
Gauge: 8sc=1"
Finished Size: 18" long
Skill Level: Intermediate

STEP 1: String all beads onto thread using needle. Put them on this is order. Clear, *colored, clear, clear. Rep from * until all of the colored beads are on then make sure there is only 1 clear bead at the end.

ROW 1: Ch147. To make the first beaded dc, do the following. Yo, insert hook in 4th ch from hook, pull up a lp, pull up the first bead, then finish the dc making sure to lock the bead in the first part of the dc. Dc in next ch. *Beaded dc in next ch. Dc in next ch. Rep from * across to the end. Ch1, turn.

ROW 2: Sc in first dc and in each of the next 41 sts. *Ch2, bring up a bead, ch2. Dc in 4th ch from hook. Sk 2 sts on row 1. Sc in next st. Rep from * 19 times more. Sc in each of the rest of the sts across. Fasten off and weave ends into back of work. Attach clasp to ends.

Design written on Tuesday, May 3, 2005. Copyright ©2005 By Julie A. Bolduc p1070303

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