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How to make a crochet bow necklace. For more details see my blog JustBCrafty.com
Join the last chain with the first chain by a slip stitch to create a round.
Rounds 1-4: HDC (half double crochet) in each chain stitch to the end of the round. Repeat this for 4 rounds.
Bind off leaving a long tail (about 2-3 arm lengths). Flip the piece over and take the two tails and tie them together with a knot to make the bow.
Flip over back and forth knotting a few times to secure the shape of the bow. End with your last knot on the front side.
Now, flip the bow over so the backside faces up. Line the middle of the chain with the center of the bow and use the tails to knot it in place.
Use a yarn needle to tuck in the loose tails.
Grab your clasp and jump rings.
Use your pliers to open the jump rings.
Slip the clasp and chain on the jump ring.
Close the jump ring.
And there you have it, a beautiful new piece of jewelry!!
This is so cute! And you can use the little bows to decorate other things, like headbands or hats.
Thanks! Yeah, the possibilities are endless! :)
i know this is random but i love how the color changes but it is a cute idea could you add more pictures it is a little hard to fallow
Hi, thank you for your comment! Do you already know how to crochet? Which particular part are you having troubles with? Happy to help :)
there wasn't enough pictures steeps 2-5 were a bit confusing. I made you's and mine is very small bout the size of my finger
i do know how to crochet and am looking to learn more about it
Thanks, you should they are fun to make! :)
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