"Pearl Choker Necklace"

My pearl choker pattern is a delicate design worked in No. 10 crochet cotton. If you prefer, you may use crochet wire instead.

Designer jewelry is a rewarding craft into which you may incorporate your crochet talents. Creating custom jewelry is a lot of fun and a very satisfying hobby.

My pearl necklace shown above, and matching earrings, and brooch provide a beautiful finishing touch to a romantic bridal ensemble.

For more wedding favor patterns, click on this link.

You may also like to try my dangle earring design.

If the terminology used in this pattern differs from what you're used to, check my equivalency tables for easy conversion.

Pearl Necklace Pattern

Materials: 1 ball white No. 10 crochet cotton, 1.50mm crochet hook, sewing needle, white thread, pearl beads with hole through top [a lot of these beads have the hole lengthwise].

Measurements: Approximately 42cm [16.5ins] long

Stitches: Chain, Slip Stitch, Treble.

Leaving a 15cm [6ins] strand of yarn, work 29ch, 1tr in 3rd ch from hook, 3ch, ss in same place as tr, *9ch, 1tr in 3rd ch from hook, 3ch, ss in same place as tr. Repeat from * 17 more times, 20ch. Fasten off leaving a 15cm [6ins] strand of yarn.

Using a sewing needle and white thread, sew pearls onto edge of groups.

Attach clasp/ring to opposite ends of pearl necklace with 2dc using the 15cm [6ins] lengths of yarn. Fasten off.

All the stitches and techniques used in my Pearl Necklace Pattern are fully detailed and shown clearly in my “CROCHET MADE EASY” e-book. More information on my e-book contents page. HAPPY CROCHETING!

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