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« on: October 20, 2009 12:40:29 PM »

i've been really into jewelry-making lately, and wanted to incorporate my crochet and knitting...so i came up with this ruffled crochet bib necklace.  it's massive!  *almost* like a dickey...haha.

i think it looks nice when it matches up with your neckline because it looks like you did some fancy sewing.  or you can wear it up high like a school girl collar.

i wrote it all up on my blog: http://blog.a-common-thread.com/2009/10/pattern-ruffled-crochet-bib-necklace.html


Materials: I used Peaches & Creme cotton solids and a size G hook, but you could pretty much use yarn/hook size to get whichever size you prefer.

C= chain
SC= single crochet
DC= double crochet
TC= triple crochet

Chain 33 sts
row 1: DC into third stitch from hook, DC across row.
row 2: C3, turn, DC into first st, *chain 3, DC into next st, repeat from * across the row.
row 3: C3, turn, DC into first st, then in loop created from previous row (TC, C1, TC, TC, C1, TC), * C3 skip 1 loop, SC into next loop, C3, skip 1 loop, in next loop (TC, C1, TC, TC, C1, TC). Continue from * to the end of the row. DC into remaining st. Bind off.

Repeat for next layer only chaining 29 stitches for the foundation row.

Repeat for next later only chaining 25 stitches for the foundation row.

Stitch all three together and attach to a chain.  youre done!

Note: this pattern can be easily modified if you're using bigger or smaller yarn. To make longer or shorter pieces, just increase or decrease your initial chains in increments of 4.

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« Reply #1 on: October 20, 2009 12:50:57 PM »

Love it! Big, bold necklaces are always my style.
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« Reply #2 on: October 20, 2009 01:04:48 PM »

My word, that looks marvelous! And so, if I may make so bold, do you!  Wink
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« Reply #4 on: October 20, 2009 02:00:43 PM »

I love this! It rocks.

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« Reply #7 on: October 22, 2009 08:46:34 AM »

Oh my gosh!  I used to have a black baby doll tee that came with a beaded neckline.  It was supposed to be removed when I washed it, but I forgot.  the beading got destroyed and beads flew everywhere.  I've been looking for something that would dress up the boringness of an all black shirt--AND NOW!....I'm going to make this.  You are fantastic for posting a pattern to accompany your photos.  Smiley

« Reply #8 on: October 22, 2009 08:50:00 AM »

yay!  aimeerox, i'm so excited you're going to make it!  i can't wait to see....please post your pictures when you're done.  it actually crochet's up pretty quickly. 

« Reply #9 on: October 22, 2009 01:24:29 PM »

Could a beginner crocheter make this?
<<I'm just wondering if it would be a project I could learn on>>  Roll Eyes
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