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Rosette Flower Necklace

"You can use these lovely rosettes to make various jewelry pieces. For the shown necklace, just stack / arrange the rosettes the way it appeals to you the most, sew them, add jump rings at the sides, attach them on a metal chain and you've got yourself a lovely necklace."

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Crochet HookB/1 or 2.25 mm hook, 5 or 1.9 mm hook (steel)

Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

Materials List

  • fine or light yarn
  • jump rings
  • meal chain
  • lobster closure

Instructions

Ch 5 and join to make ring. Round 1: sc2 in each stitch round (10) Round 2: sc2, sc1 (15) Round 3: ch5,sk1,sc1. Repeat this around. You will get 7 "petals". Cut yarn and weave ends.

Assembly

For the shown necklace, just stack / arrange the rosettes the way it appeals to you the most, sew them, add jump rings at the sides, attach them on a metal chain and you've got yourself a lovely necklace.

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This rosette flower necklace if really pretty. I like that the flowers have been attached to a metal chain but I would love to apply the rosettes to a crochet chain as another option. This grouping of flowers would also set off a sweater in need of a little TLC.

The designer failed to provide what type of yarn can be used for these basic rosette flowers. I guess depending on the size you want your flowers to be, that is up to you. I have some left over cotton yarn from Lions Brand bonbons. These will make some descent size flowers to make at least one necklace of my design. Thanks for the free pattern and the inspiration.

This crochet necklace is quite unique and has a look of its own. This will definitely be a conversation piece as I doubt too many people have seen a lovely necklace such as this one. The color combination is super cute. I like the version with the three roses that is shown in the tutorial.

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