Crocheting with beads may sound like something you’ve seen before, but the results are unlike any other. You can create your own beaded necklace that is perfect for showing off any outfit with just some crocheting skills and wooden round beads. You can make a beaded necklace that includes everything you need to make your necklace unique and in any color or length. From the multi-strand crochet chain to the beaded closure, everything is easy to make and very attractive looking.
For making this choker, you would need 30 feet of crochet thread or multi-strand thread or twine or yarn, etc. for a necklace chain (1/4 inch to 1/2 inch). You can use 8mm or 6mm wooden beads from our online store for the main braid strand. Use of 32 to 48 wooden beads total is recommended to give it an edgy look. As you use certain lengths of crochet thread, the beaded necklace may become longer or shorter. Instead, work with a length that is close to what you need for your desired neckline. It looks like a spiraling choker round the neck and if you have a long neck, you should make yourself one of these with your unwaxed rosewood round beads.
Work with 14" lengths of crochet thread or multi-strand thread or twine or yarn, etc. for necklace chains (1/4 inch to 1/2 inch), then cut into six equal pieces of thread. Work until the beads are strung on the chain. Work with one set of 14" lengths of crochet thread on each side of the chain beads. Bring the two ends together and work them down to meet at the bottom center section on both sides of the chain beaded necklace. Use an awl or nail to punch holes at top and bottom of each 4" section. The holes may be large enough so the beads can pass through, but rather small to form a hole large enough for the necklace chain. Use gold or silver round beads for closure, otherwise you might attach the necklace chain directly to one of these beads.
Make a crochet chain of about 20-26 stitches for the basic pattern bead necklace with charm, but you can adjust it for length, depending on how long you want the beaded necklace to be. Work with a needle and thread or yarn. Add a beaded ring or charm with a loop at one end. You will need about 30 to 50 round beads. String the beads onto the yarn in your beaded pattern bead necklace. If you are making a beaded necklace with a glass or poly clay heart charm decorated with glass or ceramic beads, use about 20 beads to create the necklace chain. String the beads onto the yarn in your beaded pattern bead necklace. It is one of the easiest and the most elegant crochet beads necklace to make. You can get your favorite charm from our pendants collection on our online store, Dream of Stones.
Your beaded necklace with two chains is the same as the basic pattern bead necklace except for how it is constructed and detailed. Work with two strands of chain; one strand should be about twice as long as the other chain. Use about half the number of beads that you would for the basic pattern bead necklace. The necklace will have an overall beaded look, while still revealing some of the crochet stitch. This looks very eye-catching and is a brilliant design because it is so unique. You can make it look like the bundled metal chains that are so in right now but are made with beads and thread crochet.
If you are allergic to metal, you can make your own crochet bead necklace with no metal. String the beads onto the yarn in your beaded pattern bead necklace. Use about 20 or 30 unwaxed rosewood round beads to make this design of beaded necklace chain. Work with a needle and thread or yarn. Add a beaded ring or charm with a loop at one end. This stunning crochet necklace is absolutely perfect for any outfit and any time of the year. To make this design, you can either crochet a chain of about 20-26 stitches or work with a needle and thread or yarn.
The reason these necklaces are the best is because you can make them with different beads of different sizes and still there won’t be two necklaces that look the same. Get in touch with us at email@example.com to get some wooden beads for necklace making.