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Free Crochet Jewelry Patterns

Updated on April 19, 2015
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I've been crocheting since I was a little girl. Since then I've designed for magazines and offer free patterns at my site.

Crochet creates beautiful jewelry because of the chains that are used in the technique. Here you'll find several free crochet jewelry patterns.

If you haven't crocheted with beads before, it is much simpler than you'd think. Just string the beads on the thread or yarn before you start to crochet. Pull down a bead and use it in each stitch that specifies to do so. I put off trying this technique for awhile, worrying that it would be hard. I couldn't believe how easy it was once I tried it.

Some of these projects call for beads and others don't. Have fun creating you own jewelry for yourself and gifts. Most projects are quick to crochet.

You will be able to use leftover yarn or thread for most of these projects.

You can use thread, sports weight yarn or sock yarn to make this pretty choker. She used Luster Sheen and only 1 ounce is needed. A size F hook is used.

This choker fits around the neck and hence the name for it. The choker would look good with a dressy dress. It was created with Venetian motifs and looks very Victorian. She used Southmaid Crochet Cotton.

The necklace is a beauty. You'll need 80 size 6/0 seed beads, lobster claw closure, size C crochet hook, 1-2 skeins of metallic embroidery floss and a pendant.

You'll need to download the pdf file for this pattern. The pretty bracelet has ribbon and beads.

This is a quick and easy ring that you can create with scraps of size 10 cotton thread. The pattern shown uses pink and green, but you could use any flower colors. You'll also need a size 1 steel crochet hook. This pattern is rated a Medium for difficulty.

This quick and easy bracelet uses a ribbon, so it can fit any size. You'll need bedspread weight cotton and a size 1 crochet hook to complete the project.

You'll find this necklace quick and easy to make. The tutorial has photos to take you step-by-step through the entire process. It is provided by Wonder Wool here at Hubpages.

This is a good project when you want something quick and easy to crochet. It also uses only tiny scraps of yarn, so you'll probably have on hand what you need. Sports weight yarn was used in the project.

The necklace is crocheted with size 10 crochet thread and a size 7 hook. You'll also need seed beads and a clasp. Very pretty!

This project was created just by single crocheting around various sizes of plastic rings and then connecting the rings together. Pearl crochet cotton was used in the project, but any cotton yarn can be used.

This is a ruffly ring that is crocheted with size 10 thread in two colors. It is different and very pretty.


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    • lucybell21 profile image

      Bonny OBrien 5 years ago from Troy, N.Y.

      A lot of really cute jewelry. I love the flower ring. I'm gonna make one for my granddaughter.

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      Susan Haze 5 years ago from Sunny Florida

      Barbara, absolutely wonderful patterns for free crochet jewelry. I am bookmarking, rated up, useful, and awesome.

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      Barbara Kay Badder 5 years ago from USA

      KoffeeKlatch Gals, Thanks for viewing and voting up. I plan on crocheting some of these myself.

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      Celeste Wilson 4 years ago

      I am a novice at crocheting and love it. I just discovered how much more I could be doing. Gotta go, I'm off to the craft store for more yarn. Thank you for the inspiration.

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      Barbara Kay Badder 4 years ago from USA

      celeste inscribed, Almost anything can be crocheted, even a clothes hamper if you use the right material. You can go as far as your imagination will take you. Thanks for commenting. Have fun!

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      Tammy 4 years ago from USA

      I learned to crochet when I was a little girl, but never did it much as an adult. I finally picked it up again over this last year and have enjoyed making many different pieces out of recycled materials. I love the links you posted here. (Three of them wouldn't work for me though.) They were very helpful when trying to come up with ideas for crocheting. Thanks for sharing them!

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      Barbara Kay Badder 4 years ago from USA

      tipoague, I'll have to check the links. Hubpages does pick up bad links though, so maybe the sites weren't working at the time. I'm happy to hear you can use some of the patterns. Thanks for visiting.

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      Barbara Kay Badder 4 years ago from USA

      itpoague, I found the three you were talking about. Thanks for letting me know.

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