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Can anyone tell me how to crochet a bead or where to locate the instructions for doing this? Thank you!

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I thank you for trying to help but what I am looking for is to crochet the bead and then string it on a line for the necklace. Is that clear as mud?

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OH are you talking about making like little balls and then stringing them?

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Here is little crocheted cherry eraring maybe you could just the cherry part to make a necklace with.

http://roxycraft.wordpress.com/2008/04/07/free-pattern-cherry-pickers-crochet-cherry-earrings/

OR here is a bobble necklace..http://cache.lionbrand.com/patterns/70007.html

not really sure if tht is what you are looking.:lol

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I've seen necklaces made from tiny felted balls for the beads. I couldn't find it now but it seems like something that would be easy to experiment with small amounts of wool. I don't know if the beads were hand felted or what.

 

Oops, just found a couple of helpful links:

http://www.knitty.com/ISSUEwinter06/FEATfeltedbeads.html

 

http://www.woolcrafting.com/wool-felt-beads.html

 

http://www.essortment.com/hobbies/makefeltbead_slpz.htm

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I thank you for trying to help but what I am looking for is to crochet the bead and then string it on a line for the necklace. Is that clear as mud?

http://www.craftpassion.com/2010/11/crochet-bead-necklace-pattern-tutorial.html

 

 

here is a pattern and u crochet over a wooden bead, i was planning on skipping the wooden bead and stuff it..see if this will help u out..HAPPY CROCHETING.

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