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Pearl Flower Necklace

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Summer doesn't have to end in August! Make yourself this beautiful Pearl Flower Necklace and you can wear a little bit of summer all year-round. Use bright and bold crochet thread and pearl beads to complete this crochet pattern. If you'd like your flowers to be stiff and lie flat on the chain, immerse them in a mixture of Mod Podge and water solution and let dry.

Pearl Flower Necklace
Pearl Flower Necklace
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Crochet Hook: C/2 or 2.75 mm hook

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

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This sweet necklace would look wonderful on a lady of any age! Im definitely making a few up for myself in several different varietiesmulticolored like the example, all daisies, pansies, and violets, just to name a few. Pretty much any small flower pattern would work. However, for a childs necklace, I might swap out the pearls for other colored beads.

Easy to follow pattern and can easily be changed to use the flowers for other jewellery such as earrings, brooches or hair clips. I did try the mod podge to stiffen but did not like the feel so I used a very diluted fabric stiffener instead which made them firm but not over stiff.

I have crocheted, and I have make jewelry but I have never made crocheted jewelry. Interesting concept combining the two hobbies together. I agree with the other commenter that making this monochromatic would push it to another level. There are lots of colors going on in the one pictured. I would wear that only if I wanted to really be noticed.

I have never crocheted onto a chain before, so for that reason I am giving this flower necklace pattern a 4 stars. This pattern is not for beginners, but it really looks so adorable. I have made flowers before. I like to use the Lion Brand Bon Bon yarns. I think a monochromatic look would push this to a more elegant level if you'd like to step it up a notch!

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