Ocean Wave Choker Crochet Necklace Pattern

Ocean Wave Choker Crochet Necklace Pattern

 

Ocean Wave Choker/Necklace. This is my first necklace pattern and let me tell you it took a while (whole day) to figure out the stagey of how I wanted it. Not to mention perfecting (ish) where the charm should go, because charms are cute and should be at least be added. I have created so far two necklaces from this pattern. Get creative! You don’t have to necessary use a charm. If you are wanting to make the pattern bigger please, increase your chains by 4 and your beads by 3. It does become confusing and there is trail and error if you try to change the pattern up.



Take a look at the two chokers I have created so far!

Crochet Beaded Choker Jewelry Necklace Crochet Pattern

 

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Finished Size 14″ width

Materials

  • Crochet Cotton Thread Size 10
  • 1.9 mm
  • 58 beads
  • Toggle
  • Clasp
  • Needle

Optional

  • 1 Charm or 1 Charm Bead

 

Aberrations

  • CH= Chain
  • SC= Single Crochet
  • SK= Skip
  • CH SP= Chain Space
  • SL ST= Slip Stitch
  • F/O= Fasten Off

 

Notes

Chain 1 counts as single crochet

If you want to make this necklace longer increase by 4. Doing this though you would have to figure out where the center ends up. Also increase your beads by 3.



Pattern

 

Tread on 17 beads, 1 charm, 41 beads, toggle and clasp

 

Row 1: Ch loosely  96 though before you ch 1 pull the clasp down and crochet around it  same on ch 96 pull the toggle down to crochet around it. (96)

 



Row 2: Ch 1 turn, 5 sc, [dc in next ch, slide bead down, dc in next ch, ch 2, sk 2 chain] around ending with 6 sc (You should have 22 beads and 44 DC)

 

Row 3: Ch 1 turn, 5 sc, sc to first bead [ch 6, sc under bead] around 6 sc (19 ch sp)




Row 4:  Turn sl st to first ch [ in ch sp 2 sc, slide 2 beads dc, 2 sc] repeat 7. 2 sc, slide one bead dc, slide charm sc, slide bead dc, 2 sc. [2sc, slide 2 beads dc, 2 sc] repeat 9 more times.

F/O sewing in ends.

 

 

 

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I'm Cassandra, photographer, homeschooling mom, crocheter, DIY crafter and designer. As a wife and a mom of 2 my life is a bit busy though I always find the time for my passion.  Hope you guys enjoy everything Creative Casso has to offer! Make sure to check out my Etsy shop!

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