Learn how to make a trendy crocheted necklace with this step-by-step tutorial. Photos: Jan Schmiedel

Technique Materials

Knit or crochet yarn with lurex, 1 ball (50 g) each of orange, black, and gold, 70 to 100 m/78 to 111 yds/50 g ( e.g. “Marina“ from Lana Grossa, “Pertinio“ from SMC select or “Nora“ from Madeira); 1 Prym crochet hook, size 4 (US F/5); 1 container each of wine red artificial pearls, 6 mm; dark blue bugle beads, 7 x 2 mm; and golden teardrop beads, 6 x 10 mm (all from Rayher); 13 golden metal coin pendants, 18 mm (3/4 in) Ø (e.g. from oriental dance scarf); beading needle; 0.70 m (28 ins) of purple petersham ribbon, 15 mm (5/8 in) wide; sewing thread.

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    Jul 31, 2012, 01.21 AMby llaurallai

    I’m having a pretty difficult time getting this pattern to have the correct curve. When I followed all instructions to the letter, the necklace puckered all along the inside rim when tried on. I am currently experimenting with continuing the every 10th stitch decrease on the inside rim of the necklace throughout the pattern. I think it is going to work, however it creates less of a smooth curve and more geometric lines along the neckline. I think it works with the pattern, though.

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    Jul 26, 2012, 03.16 AMby pie-83

    This is great!! I can’t wait to get started on one!

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