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Crochet Mist Necklace - Jewelery Making Tutorial

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Crochet Mist Necklace - Jewelery Making Tutorial

Items (10)
Qty
Price
John James Size 10 Beading Needles Pk2
W564
1
Out of stock
Toho Size 8 Demi Round Seed Bead Silver Lined Frosted Translucent Silver Permanent Finish 5g
8DRPF21F
1
Out of stock
TOHO™ / Round 11/0 / Silver Lined Frosted / Dark Aquamarine / 10g / ~ 1100pcs
U9804
1
Out of stock
TOHO™ / Round 8/0 / Transparent-Lustered / Aquamarine / 10g / ~ 300 pcs
U9676
1
Out of stock
Cable chain / surgical steel / 5x4mm / silver / wire thickness 1.0mm / 1m
W0621
1
Out of stock
TOHO ™ / Round 11/0 / Transparent-Frosted / Lt Sapphire / 10g / ~ 1100pcs
U0157
1
Out of stock
Total Cost
£9.14

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Crochet Mist Necklace - Jewelery Making Tutorial

Designed by: Edyta Rogowska

Difficulty: Beginner

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Have you ever mixed up small coloured beads? Separating them was often a miracle, and it certainly gave me a headache! Meanwhile, with such beads you can conjure up an effective crochet necklace called a mist. A beaded mist-type necklace is easy, and the end result is beautiful - light and delicate - almost magical Ready? Let's get Creative!

In today's tutorial, I will show you how to use such a mix of beads step by step. Armed with a crochet hook, we will create a mega-light and delicate as mist necklace. This is one of those projects that gives you many opportunities to make it uniquely yours. The final look of the necklace will depend only on you and on how many and what beads you choose to use.

You can add all the items you need to your basket by clicking the box in the 'Products used' section above, or you can let your imagination run wild and choose your own materials from the links below. Please note that the colours for the products illustrated in the image above do not match the 'Products Used List'.

We believe that jewellery should be as individual as you are and so our tutorials are for inspiration and learning purposes. They include links to the relevant categories for you to choose your own colour combinations and we positively encourage you to experiment with different shapes, sizes, finishes, composition and texture. Why not choose your own beads and colours to achieve something in your own style? Let your creative imagination run wild and make your dream piece of jewellery!

Designed by Edyta Rogowska - April 2018

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We thread the beads on the line in a random order (you may need to flatten the thread in order to pass it through the eye of the needle).
From the amount of 30-35g we will get about 4 meters of strung beads, which will give us approximately 15 meters of string after processing. Of course, if we want the necklace to be more abundant, we have to thread and process more beads, if it is to be "more modest" we will simply use fewer beads.

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When we decide that the number of threaded beads is sufficient, we start processing.

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To make our necklace, you only need to know the basic crochet weave, the so-called chain.
To start, cross the line with the crochet hook to form a loop, hook the line leading to the spool with the crochet hook, thread it through the loop and get the first chain stitch. Tighten the end of the line, thus creating a knot.

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We insert the first bead, catch the fishing line right next to it and thread it through the loop on the crochet hook.

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Then, very loosely, without tightening the line, we make 3 chain stitches without beads.

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We add another bead, grab the fishing line right next to it and thread it through the loop on the crochet hook.

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Again we make 3 loose chain stitches without bead

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We will do this until the end of our work until we run out of all the strung beads. Sew the bead, knit it, make 3 empty stitches, etc.

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The stitches do not have to be equal, and do not worry if you skip or fill in the empty chain stitch. In the finished work, it will absolutely not be visible.
As you work through the next beads, the work should look like in the pictures.

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The rope works up fairly quickly and can become tangled easily. We will avoid it by arranging it, for example, on a display bust.

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If you do not have a display bust, you can use an ordinary roll, e.g. made of a paper towel, and roll the ready-made rope on it.

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How to form a necklace

After we deal with all the strung beads, we proceed to the formation of our necklace. This can be done on a display, but if you don't have one, a 30-35 cm long cardboard box will suffice. Its edges should be secured with e.g. paper tape so as not to damage the line. I connected the two so that later it would be easier to tie the rope and attach the links.

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We wrap the rope on cardboard boxes.

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Thread a line on the needle (you may need to flatten the thread with pliers to do this) and put it between the cardboard boxes under the string. Tie both ends of the line with a double knot and trim off the excess.
We do the same on the other side of the cardboard.

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Open the 10 mm jump rings quite wide.

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We put the first jump ring on the rope and close it.

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Put the second link on the rope in such a way that the jump rings cross and close.

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We do the same on the other side and only now we slide off the string from the cardboard boxes.

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Cut off two pieces of 8 cm from the chain.

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Put a 10 mm jump ring on the links that are already on the string, chain them over them and tighten them. We put on one more jump ring in the same way.

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We do the same on the other side.

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At the ends of the chain, we add split rings and a lobster claw..

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And your crochet necklace is ready to wear :)

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