Downton Abbey Rose Jewelry


Downton Abbey Rose Jewelry

Downton Abbey Rose Jewelry
Downton Abbey Rose Jewelry

This Downton Abbey Rose Jewelry will make you feel absolutely stately. The antique piece looks like it came straight from an afternoon tea in the English countryside. The pattern offers two options; a bracelet and a necklace pattern. Being a quick workup, this crochet project would be an amazing addition to any outfit. We all have days where we just can't help but feel like we look absolutely sloppy or boring. This project will give you some extra zest for the day.


Crochet HookF/5 or 3.75 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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This is a cute pattern, but part of the instructions left me a bit confused. The materials list calls for single colored yarn, but in the photos, the designer is clearly working with two different colors. I like the bracelet base, and its rather curious that the pearls are stitched on before the roses themselves. Theres a nice .pdf download, too.

Hi Jane, The blogger uses solid green worsted weight yarn and pink and white variegated thread, though this could be easily worked up with just a solid pink thread. :) Julia, editor for AllFreeCrochet

This Downton Abbey Rose Jewelry pattern is just what I have been looking for. My Granddaughter has been asking me to make her a rose necklace and now I found this pattern. It is well written and a easy to follow pattern with great pictures! I'm thinking of not only making the necklace and bracelet, but a hair band as well. She will just love them. Thank you so much for sharing this beautiful free crochet pattern.

I love these patterns. If wearing them as a bracelet or necklace isn't your style, the flowers could be used in a variety of other ways. How sweet would the roses look on a baby hat? The rose could be made into a brooch. The roses could also be added to headbands as well. The large rose could also be added to a tote bag or purse too. The options are endless! What would you do with the roses?

I don't mind its' unoriginal name, this one is pretty.

Honestly, I can't see Mary or Edith wearing this but I do like it.


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