Beads Necklace Crochet Pattern

Crochet Bead Necklace With Ribbon Flower

Crochet Bead Necklace With Ribbon Flower

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Remember the promise I made at the introduction section of Johanna’s guest post? After being inspired by her crochet lace bead, I decided to make a fully covered bead with crochet cotton thread, string them up to become an elegant necklace. You can get the tutorial and crochet pattern below.

This necklace is a great gift to female friends and relatives. Choose her favorite color and make one for her especially this gifting season :) Browse through the above photo gallery to find the necklace in other colors. Notice the ribbon flower on my right? I guest posted the tutorial on Ana’s blog, PBF Collection, click here to go direct to the how-to.

Time really flies like rocket!!! Just realized that it has been 2 months since Johanna guest posted the crochet charm tutorial, I feel like it was just yesterday, OMG!!! Now, it is November, my favorite year end has arrived. I am dying for shopping for Christmas and especially enjoy the atmosphere when I walk into a shopping mall and listen to the lovely Christmas carols. This year, I am able to put up my Christmas tree (my little one is 2 now, YAY!!!), can’t wait to decorate it and don’t have to worry that he will pull the whole tree down.

rainbow beaded necklace

{CLICK HERE to get the Beads Necklace Crochet Pattern.}

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  1. I just love this tutorial! It’s colorful and fun! I would love to feature this tutorial in a future post so others can come visit! Pearl

  2. Wow, I love this! It’s gorgeous and such an eye-catcher. Thanks so much, I’ll be linking.

  3. Joanne I love that. I wish I had some skills when it came to crochet…but alas I have none. That is gorgeous though!!!

  4. pretty necklace, pretty model :)
    you’re so talented. i’ve been following your blogs for months and impressed with all your projects / tutorials..

    suzie
    http://aryssaiman.blogspot.com

  5. Love your hair!!!

  6. so lovely and easy to follow thanks for sharing

  7. I love this. It’s adorable. Thanks for sharing this great tutorial. We will be featuring you on our blog ziggycrafts.blogspot.com

  8. Oh wow – I love this! Thank you so much for sharing your tutorial with us. Will definitely give it a try!

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  11. It is very simple and nice tutorial.The bead necklace looks truly amazing and beautiful.Thanx for sharing.

  12. So cute! I’m a mediocre ‘hooker’ and I’m in the middle of trying the 20 MM bead. But am having trouble at r10. I don’t understand the *2sc in first st* repeat 8 times. Does this mean to sc in each stitch around? If that’s the case, then how does it get reduced to 8 stitches? I have 16 stitches at this point and am only about halfway around the bead. Am I totally missing something? Thanks for any help!

  13. Great idea i have one doubt what is MM-move marker means

    • Marker is an accessory, it’s like a safety pin for you to hook on the first stitch of every round of crochet stitches. So, when it states MM, means that you take your marker out and pin it to the beginning stitch of the next round.

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  18. Hi , would like to know , do you have any ways to make the crochet necklace waterproof. I have been thinking to use nail polish but it seems to be quite a waste . Please advises. Tq

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