Friday, July 14, 2017

Crochet Bunting Necklace - free pattern

 
 
 
 
 
Hey guys!
I thought I would surprise you with a cute pattern for a crocheted bunting necklace! Eva wore it yesterday for the first time and it looked so good on her, I will certainly be making it in other color combos :)
 
 
 
 
The easy-peasy pattern goes like this:
{Mind that the size of yarn determines the size of the actual piece - I made it with sport yarn and 1.9mm hook, so it looks fragile and delicate and not bulky and sturdy}
 
 
 
Chain 7. Starting from 2nd ch from hk, sc 4 and then sc2tog (the last 2 st).Turn work. Sc3 across and sc2tog. Repeat the pattern decreasing at the end until there is only one stitch on the hook. The first triangle is made.

 
Next, chain 8. Seven for the next bunting piece and 1 as a border between. Repeat the triangle pattern as above. Make 4 such triangles.
 
Work the pattern in other colors (two three or more).



 
When all the desired buntings are made, join all three with jump rings at the sides. Do not join the middle ones. Just attach the jump rings and add beads or coins as we did.
 
 

 
Apart from coins, we also added beaded pins to make it more playful.
 
 
 
You can get this as a free download from ravelry
 

14 comments:

Julie's Creative Lifestyle said...

Hello Maya, once again you have made such a pretty crocheted necklace. Thanks for the directions on how to make one.
Julie

Marjan Hoebeke-Pfaff said...

Absolutely lovely! Must look great on you daughter. Playfull as well as confistcated! And with plenty of summertime feeling!

Maya Kuzman said...

You are very welcome Julie!
Rhank you for stopping by!

Maya Kuzman said...

Thank you Marjan. Love your comment -it does have a summertime feel to it!

Divya N said...

The necklace looks and feels very bohemian. It would greatly suit a teenager. I am sure Eva must have received lots of compliments when she wore it

Alhana said...

Beautiful necklace! Your jewellery is always so easy to make yet the result looks stunning. :-)
Thanks for sharing!

Maya Kuzman said...

She's quite picky when it comes to jewelry, but she liked wearing this :)
This doesn't happen very often.

Maya Kuzman said...

I must have an easy pattern to work on in between projects Alhana.A pattern that I could work in with my brain shut down. I am currently working on designing a blanket pattern that is draining me, so as a digression I always have these no-brainers at hand. :)
Thank you!

Sigrid Swinnen said...

Wonderful! Cheerful and also great for someones birthday :-)
You picked the right colours but I can imagine that you'd like to try it with different colours, can't wait to see that :-)
Must try something like that too, your pictures and ideas make me want to create jewellery as well ( though I've never tried that before! ).
Have a great weekend, Sigrid

handmade by amalia said...

This is amazing, Maya, I love the colors and the details. A real statement piece.
Amalia
xo

Christina Makri said...

What a lovely necklace! It is absolutely stunning!!! Thank you for sharing at Sweet Inspiration Link Party :)

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Maya Kuzman said...

Thank you Christina!

Michelle Leslie said...

So lovely Maya, the colors you chose are gorgeous and the whole piece is so whimsical with the coins. I bet you daughter loved it.

Sum of their Stories said...

So pretty, I love the bead and coin additions too, they really make it something special. Pinning.