Crochet Chain Link

 Stash Buster 7

When I saw this necklace I wanted to make it right away. I really, really love the simple form and the large links. I don't wear jewelry very often because of my job (OR nurse), but I can see myself wearing this when I'm on vacation, wearing it with a V neck of some kind. 

You don't need very much yarn for this project, so I can't say my stash is almost gone now, but all bits help. 

 


 

 


  

Pattern: Virkattu Ketju by Virkkuri

Yarn: Catona Black by Scheepjes


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Comments

  1. Very cute! I used to crochet but I never did anything like this. Mostly just dishcloths and scrubbies. I think this would look really nice with a low cut black shirt.

    Ang | https://loseweightwithang.com

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  2. I really like this crochet necklace, it's unique and interesting. I definitely would wear it with a scoop neck shirt or a turtle neck.

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  3. What a fun necklace! I picked this as one of my features at this week's Snickerdoodle Create Bake Make Link Party.

    Alexandra
    EyeLoveKnots.com

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    1. Thank you, Alexandra! I really appreciate that! Thanks!

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  4. I just started learning to crochet. So far I've only made misshaped squares. :-) But once I get the hang of the stitches and getting them more even, I would definitely try this. I found your blog on the Blogger's Pit Stop.

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    1. Took me years before I could crochet like this, so keep practicing! In the end it's becoming more and more easy and even designing your own projects isn't difficult anymore then. Thanks for your nice comment!

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  5. this crochet chain would be perfect for an on-the-go project. Thanks for sharing!
    So glad you stopped by our Encouraging Hearts & Home blog hop this week!

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  6. That's brilliant. WAY back in the 80's I had a chunky blue plastic chain necklace that I loved and thought was just the coolest thing ever - I was a teenager throughout the 80's. This is similar but has such lovely texture that my 80's necklace just didn't have!

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    1. I found this idea on Pinterest and when I saw it I thought about the eighties also, haha! I was also a teenager then!
      Thanks for your nice comment!

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  7. What a cool take on a "chain" necklace! Love it. Thanks for sharing at Vintage Charm. xo Kathleen

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  8. I love how your necklace turned out ! Thank you for sharing with us at Meraki Link Party. We're delighted that you joined the party.
    Much love
    Naush

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