Crochet Choker

There's a Christmas Diner at the school of my daughters every year and they all want to look their best. So I order (what my daughters think) the most beautiful dress at H&M every year, bring them to my SIL, who can make art of the most dull and spiritless hair, and for the occasion I put a little bit mascara on their lashes. 
My oldest daughter wanted a black satin dress with embroidered faux pearls. On Pinterest I saw a beautiful crocheted choker, that would fit perfectly with the dress. Unfortunately the pattern wasn't available for order anymore in the accompanying Etsy store, so I had to make something up.

And here's The Dress!


My Fall Mochila was featured this week by Oui Crochet and by Oombawka Design!

Thank you very much, Susie and Rhondda!!


  1. this is really pretty, love the beads at the ends #CreativeMuster

  2. I think it looks super cute and unique! :)

  3. Darling. Love your work. Hope you have a great Thanksgiving also. linda

  4. So clever of you to make it up. Looks great.

  5. Gorgeous, and sounds like a wonderful outfit. Thanks for sharing on craft schooling sunday, and will you be posting the pattern for this? even a little sketch? Would love it!

  6. Very pretty - thanks for sharing the the Pleasures of the NW's DIY party!

  7. Wow who would have thought that Crochet would be so elegant! Thanks for sharing #Home Matters party

  8. I think you've made an excellent job. The choker complement beautifully the dress. As for your bag, I not surprised that it was featured. So gorgeous!
    Thank you for participating to my Fabric, Thread and Yarn link party. Have a nice week!

  9. I love it! I made some 'necklaces' from t-shirts last week!

    Thank you for sharing at #practicalmondays

  10. What an elegant choker, Liz. It looks absolutely stunning! Love the dress too. Thank you for sharing with us at Hearth and Soul.

  11. What a beautiful crocheted choker! You did a wonderful job on it! It'll look great with the dress.


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