Wednesday, 7 December 2016


crochet neckwear, crochet jewellery

crochet jewellery, crochet neckwear



So the jewellery bug is back.. this time with neck pieces or chokers. If you’ve paid close attention to the title of this blog, you’ll see a nondescript (??!  ;) ) “I”, which will indicate that this is the first blog of chokers.  If you like what you see here, follow me via the different social media given at the bottom of this blog, for more of the same.. and lots of other free crochet stuff.
Welcome back as we work on this new challenge together.

Materials used : Today I’ve used the lovely Indian  knitting cotton yarn for the bracelet with a 1.75 mm crochet hook.
Skill level : Intermediate

Abbreviations used :
fdc : Foundation double crochet                             dc : Double crochet
ch(s) : chain(s                                                             ch-sp : chain space
sp(s) : space(s)                                                           rep : Repeat
hk : hook                                                                     yo : Yarn over
sk : Skip                                                                         lp(s) : Loop(s)
st(s) : Stitch(es)

Stitches used :
Magic circle : To refresh your skill, please view this easy video

Chainless dc start : Instead of the usual start with ch 2 or ch 3, I’d like to introduce this lovely new way of starting a dc row.  Do take a look at this self explanatory super video
In case you are unhappy with this start, or do not like it, do continue with the usual ch-2 or ch-3 start.  However, all instructions will be given assuming that you are using the chainless dc start.

How to do a picot stitch : A neat video link to refresh this procedure.

For the first project, I used a lovely white from our Indian Anchor knitting cotton and a 2.5 mm crochet hook.
crochet jewellery, crochet neckwear

For this lovely golden choker, I used Indian Red Rose metallic knitting cotton with a 1.3 mm crochet hook.

crochet jewellery, crochet neckwear

I feel that the burnished gold adds another element to an already fantastic pattern.  As you can see, I am really running with these chokers, so do watch this space for more of the same.

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I have a few jewellery pieces already made, and just in case you want a dekho at those free patterns … here you go  J