Curb Chain Necklace


"The crochet curb chain necklace is one of my favorite accessories! You can whip one up in a coordinating color just minutes before you need to leave the house. The crochet curb chain necklace is one of those projects that is more of a concept than a pattern. Once you've mastered this concept, you can apply it to any curb chain! I can see this used for bracelets, anklets, purse straps or handles. If it has a chain, you can crochet on it! In my demonstration, I have used a 20? curb chain to make a larger statement necklace."


Crochet HookB/1 or 2.25 mm hook

Yarn Weight(0) Lace (33-40 stitches to 4 inches). Includes crochet thread.

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Just the other day I threw out an old box of stuff from only who knows where. I think there were several old fashioned chains like this in the mix. If only I had seen this post before I chunked that box out. I could just kick myself for it.

I have never done this crochet technique before. The look of it is so colorful and pretty. The curb chain can be found at a Michael's store in many different metal colors. I like the idea of making the clasp out of a crocheted chain, too, instead of the jewelry parts like the clasp and chain links. It allows you to really customize the necklace.

What a way to fancy up that flea market find necklace. We have all been to yard sales and seen this type of jewelry. Ive even seen belts made with this curb design. I like the rainbow colors the designer and the pattern is very easy to follow. Thanks for the video tutorial.

I have to admit that I probably would never wear anything like this, but I know it would be a hit with some of my grandteens. It would save time to use already assembled chain jewelry instead of creating my own. Because of the chunky chain base, it might even appeal to a few of the boys as well. I can definitely see camo covered key chains.

Oh now this just isn't fair. I was not going to sit and crochet today. Then I saw this. I had gotten some light weight curb chain from an arts and craft store that was going out of business and never could find the right use for it. Now I am all set. I can even make a pair of earrings.


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