Beaded Lace Charm Crochet Pattern

Cellphone Charm With Crochet Covered Bead

I love jewelry making and always admired how beautiful the piece came out when the beads are put together.

Today, I have Johanna Of Tuuma & Toimi to be the guest tutor for Craft Passion. She is showing how to cover a bead with a crochet lace and make it into cellphone charm!!! Beautiful and simply a great idea!!!

If you go to her blog, you will find some beautiful crafts she made… especially this and this. It is in Finnish but some of the posts are in English. If you love good food, you will also find some yummy delicious recipes in Tuuma & Toimi too.

This tutorial really inspired me, I have an idea to make something nice for my neck. Stay tuned!!! Mean while, let’s learn from Johanna how to make this simple yet elegant crochet bead’s cellphone charm.

{CLICK HERE to get the Beaded Lace Charm Crochet Pattern.}

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  1. Ooh pretty! Thanks so much for this, I’ll be linking.

  2. You have such beautiful, clever design. I love this and especialy the flower petals. I haven’t crotchet(ed) in many years, I tried the other day, the chain stitch was simple but I forgot how to do the other stitches, do you have a tutorial on how to do each of the stitches, you could name it “crotchet for Dummies” LOL if not, I love your site whenever I need something I turn to you.

  3. Hi Joanne,

    I am interested in crafts, like beads, jewellery, quilt and crochet.
    You are so fantastic, love your webpage and all the things you shared there, thanks for your generosity, keep it up.


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