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These crocheted necklaces made using our Malibu yarn are simply delightful and absolutely stunning. The colors are so lively and vibrant and will add a nice finishing touch to any outfit. Select a favorite color or make one in every color to match your wardrobe. These necklaces also make wonderful gifts.
The necklaces may be finished in a number of ways, each varying in degree of complexity. The type of finish is the maker's choice.
|Necklace using Malibu, Color: 87||Necklace using Malibu, Color: 97||Necklace using Malibu, Color: 98||Necklace using Malibu, Color: 79|
|Necklace showing finish with clasp||Necklace showing finish with cone endings and clasp||Necklace using Malibu, Color 76||Necklace using Malibu, Color 92|
1 x Malibu (color of your choice)
US Size M13 ( 9 mm) crochet hook
Optional: Jumprings, Clasp, Eyepins, Cone endings
Pattern (Necklace with clasp)
Chain 35 (this makes a length of approx. 18").
Alternatively you may crochet the chains, then measure when it reaches desired length.
Single crochet in 2nd stitch from hook and all subsequent stitches till end.
Weave in all ends.
Attach a jump ring on one end and a jump ring and clasp on the other end (any clasp would work).
For an even more professional finish, you may use cone endings as per picture shown above.
Pattern (Necklace without clasp)
For necklace without clasps and one long enough to loop around the head, start chaining about 6" from the edge of the yarn and make the chain about 22" long. Continue as per pattern for NECKLACE WITH CLASP but end off by leaving a tail about 6" long. Tie both ends together and weave in all ends.
Copyright 2010 NuMei - This pattern may be used for non-commercial personal or guild use. Reproduction in print in any publication or electronic/digital format without permission is strictly prohibited.
Every effort has been made to ensure that the directions contained in this pattern are accurate and complete; However, we cannot be responsible for individual variance, human or typographical errors.
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