Monday, February 28, 2011

Crochet Beads Necklace

My network is having an issue that started last night and I can't add new pictures to my computer... I thought OH NO! I can't write a post tonight!

Then, I realized I had more pictures I haven’t shared with you all and they were already transferred in to my computer. Whew... Thank goodness!

By the way, my sewing machine is safely (and in much better condition) home! I moped about not having my machine in my posts, but I have been busy with other things last weekend, and didn't have a chance to sew.

While my sewing machine was away, I made several jewelries and this post is about one of the necklaces I made.

I don't exactly know what to call these beads, but there is plastic part inside, and crochet around it. I really like the look of it and wanted to make a necklace for a while. Here is what I came up with:




I think the necklace has a whimsical charm to it because of the crochet beads. I wasn't sure if I wanted to tie the lace or not, so I am going to give it a try with lace for a while. What do you think? With? Without?

24 comments:

  1. This necklace is so lovely! At first I thought the lace is absolutely necessary, but actually I like both looks, that is with and without lace. With lace it looks a little more girly and romantic. Without, you have a more casual, modern look.

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  2. I think you should wear it with lace ;) Looks so cute and gives the necklace a bit more youth pepp =)

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  3. Love this necklace, it's very romantic! :)

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  4. with, it's very Anthro! Are the beads vintage? They are adorable! xoxo

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  5. Very beautiful your crochet necklace

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  6. The balls are so lovely and beautiful. Love the necklace design.

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  7. Oh my gosh I love the look of that and I love the soft pink! I think the little bow is the perfect touch to finish it off.

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  8. How pretty! I wish I knew how to crochet!

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  9. This is beautiful! Did you make the crochet pattern up as you went along?

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  10. You have balanced the beads and other elements very well. Nice job! It is lovely!Did you use crochet thread or another yarn to cover the beads?

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  11. The lace is absolutely perfect!!

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  12. HI!! hoe're u!! sorry for my absence but I've house's removal!! so thank u so much for Idea!!

    Kisses by italy

    Leilaluna

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  13. any chance you could post a tutorial on how you created those lovely crochet beads?

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  14. So pretty! I like it with the lace on you but would probably wear it if it didn't have the lace.

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  15. I think the lace is the added bit of whimsy and I love it!

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  16. I love this!!! Very feminine. I like it with the lace

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  18. It's so beautiful! I have been wanting to try crocheting those beads for quite some time now. I like it with the lace tie. I love the color choice, too.

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  19. Hi everyone! I am so sorry about the cunfusion, but some of you thought that I made the beads. I made the necklace, but not the beads. I bought them at Roberts, and I think I saw them at Michaels too.

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  20. I think the necklace is perfect with the lace!

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  21. I like it with the lace, but also without. A lot of help, huh? But really, it's so pretty either way, why limit it to one way or the other?

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  22. sooo cute,. love the little bit of lace! so pretty

    I've got a pattern for those beads somewhere in my mess of a craft room and must pull it out. I also think they would look great as multicoloured beads for my little girl's friends as we are going to lots of 5 and 6 year old birthday parties lately!

    lovely
    Corrie;)

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  23. What a lovely necklace, love the wool beads.

    Although the beads are chunky they look very elegant.

    Regards,
    Tiffany @ Religious Necklaces

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