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  1. The Braided Breeze Necklace + Belt is a quick project that only requires single crochet, chain, slip stitch and some counting. Start today and be able to wear it tomorrow with a dress, skirt, or even some skinny jeans. http://creationsbycourtney.com/2018/08/braided-breeze-necklace-free-crochet-pattern/
  2. I recently started using essential oils and love them. I can't have a diffuser in my classroom during the day so I decided to make some necklaces and bracelets with terra cotta beads, I made the beads too, so I can put the oils on them to wear during the day when I need them.
  3. I made this in about 30 minutes. I needed a gift really quick. Chain entire skein of Red Heart Sashay. Find center of chain. Place center at back of neck and wrap, alternating sides leaving about 2 ft at each end. Wrap around all chains on each side and fasten with a knot. Place in gift bag. Done!
  4. A bunch of necklaces that I designed and have been trying to sell. These I thought would also be pretty embellished with little decrative pins. I thought about crocheting little flowers attached to pin backings for these. This one I want to embellish with watch gears and glass pearl beads to make it more "Steampunk-ish" I thought these would also look nice with small charms/pendants hanging from the center petals.
  5. While I was at the Knit & Crochet Show in Charlotte the beginning of this month, i visited the booth with tons of beads, and how beautiful they were!! I one kit to make a simple chain necklace with beads added. That was so much fun, that I went back and bought a kit for the Modified Mobius crocheted beaded necklace. This was fun also, however, I modified the last round because I didn't like how it was working. I love how it turned out and plan on making more.
  6. Ann Le Roy

    Necklace

    I am not sure I like this but I thought I would share. I did have fun making it.
  7. Right now I'm into crochet necklaces/chokers. I have found one that I've absolutely fallen in love with ... only problem is that it's knitted. It looks like it could be easily converted into crochet by someone who knows how to dothis kind of thing. I'm sure it could be done in all sc stitches. Here is the link: http://pjsallday.com/2011/11/knitted-scallop-edge-beaded-necklace/ Any help would be appreciated.
  8. Hello Everyone- Been a bit since I've posted anything. But recently I got some lime and purple thread and I've had fun making all kinds of things. Since there was a variety of items I posted this here. Hope that is the correct spot! Enjoy! The first is a coaster; second: small motifs that will be made into earrings; third: a doily; fourth: a small motif that I really like (not sure what I will do with it so left a long string); and fifth: I was trying to show you the crochet part of a necklace that I made. Not a great picture. Sorry. The earring motifs and the not-sure-what-I'll-do-with-it motif are from 201 Crochet Motifs, blocks, projects and ideas by Melody Griffiths. The rest are from the Ultimate Guide to Thread Crochet by Leisure Arts.
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