Pocket Full of Posies Necklace


Pocket Full of Posies Necklace

Find your next accessory with this Pocket Full of Posies Necklace free crochet pattern. Using 1 ball of Premier's Summer Garden yarn, you can work up a cute crochet necklace that is full of posies. The flowers are perfect for spring and summer jewelry that really does match anything. Dress it up or keep it casual with cute crochet jewelry that everyone will love.


Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

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


  • Premier Yarns City Life: Summer Garder (1 ball)
  • Crochet Hook (Size H/8, 5 mm)

Length: 34"

16 ch = 4"

Ch 4, sl st in 4th ch from hk to form a ring.
Rnd 1: [Ch 3, 3 dc in ring, ch 3, sc in ring] 5 times. 
Do not fasten off.

Strand 1

Ch 20, * make Flower, ch 5, sl st in back of 3rd petal of Flower, ch 12; rep from * 3 more times, ch 8 more. 
Fasten off.

Strand 2
Ch 30, * make Flower, ch 5, sl st in back of 3rd petal of Flower, ch 18; rep from * 2 more times, ch 12 more. 
Fasten off.

Strand 3
Ch 12, * make Flower, ch 5, sl st in back of 3rd petal of Flower, ch 12; rep from * 7 more times. Fasten off.

Hold all 6 ends together, tie in an knot to form Necklace. Trim ends to 1”. 



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The Summer Gardner color by Premier Yarns City Life really makes this flower necklace look floral. I wonder if this would be as pretty in a solid color as well?

So I thought that the flowers were added to crochet strands but after reading the directions it is apparent that the flowers are apart of the strands of themselves. When the three strands are completed it is tied together to form a single necklace.

The "Pocket Full of Posies" necklace is made up of three separate strands of chains with the flower motifs in between. You then join (tie them) together for a layered look. Very easy to do because you just slip stitch on the completed flower and then continue on with your chains until you get to the next flower. Each strand is worked all in one piece- no sewing together of anything.


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