Monday, November 7, 2011

The Crawford Crochet Necklace Pattern, Now in US Terms!

The Crawford Necklace was originally published in Issue 15 of the UK crochet magazine, Inside Crochet. I designed this necklace by combining simple stitches in a unique way, to create an ornate piece inspired by my collection of vintage jewelry.  The use of metallic yarn echos the richness of fine jewelry that could be worn everyday or for formal occasionsThe necklace could also be made in a variegated yarn, if you prefer not to change colors.  This works up quickly and requires very little yarn, so you can easily make one for yourself as well as one for a gift!

The necklace is entirely crocheted, so no need to buy a clasp!


Skill level: Intermediate 

Finished Length: 16 1/2”/ 42cm. 
Yarn:  King Cole Merino Blend DK, 
100% superwash wool, 50g/ 123yd/ 
112m. WPI=11. 
Color A: Asparagus, #785 (one 
Color B: Bronze Green, #43 (one 
Color C: Olive, #69 (one skein). 
Color D: Twilleys Goldfingering, 
20% metallized polyester, 80% 
viscose, 25g/ 100m/ 109 yd, White 
Gold #04 (two balls are to be used 
at the same time, and worked as 
one yarn). WPI=25 

Hook size: C/2 2.75mm 

Notions:  Tapestry needle, rust- proof pins. 

This pattern is available as a pdf download, in US crochet terms, for $2.99. BUY NOW

Photo copyright KAL Media

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  1. It's a really beautiful crochet necklace so it's great that you've reinvented it in the US terms for more people to be able to make it!

  2. How exciting! You're globe-trotting with your designs! Beautiful necklace, by the way...

  3. gorgeous! I'm going to have to play with my heavier sport weights to see if I can get gauge.

  4. Really beautiful, will be on my purchase list when money is better :-)