Crochet Love || Chain Flower Necklace

This is probably the easiest crochet project that I've ever worked on.
It literally only takes 10 minutes to work up, and voila, you are finished!

I created this pattern myself and I am loving it so far.
The first prototype I made is the teal necklace shown in some of the pictures.
I really like it, but I thought it needed a little length and more space between the strands.
The pattern that I have for you today is my second prototype, which turned out much better.

What I love about this necklace is how versatile it is.
You can wear it simply as it is.

You could add some sort of flower embellishment to it.

And you could even play around with the size by adding or subtracting chains to make it a longer necklace, or even a bracelet!

Less than a roll of worsted weight yarn (I used Lion Brand Cotton – Ease in Maize and/or Seabreeze)
Size G/6-4.25MM crochet hook
Fasten on.
Ch 100.
Sl st into very first ch.
1 sc in next st.
Ch 110. Sl st into sc from beginning of the round.
1 sc in next st.
Ch 120. Sl st into sc from beginning of the round. 1 sc in next st.
Ch 130. Sl st into sc from beginning of the round. 1 sc in next st.
You should now have 4 connected, chain loops that look like this:
Create a braided strip approximately 5 inches long to wrap around the necklace.
Wrap around the area where all 4 loops connect. Wrap approximately 4 times. Tie in the back, tuck in the ends and hot glue in place.
Necklace can be worn as-is, or use a cute flower pin as an accessory!

I plan on making several necklaces and bracelets in a variety of colors. I think that it would look so cute to pair several, brightly colored bracelets together!

How would you wear it?


Next week's tutorial will be for the pretty little flower embellishment you see here in the pictures.


  1. I love them! They look so trendy! I love your flower!

  2. How I wish I knew how to crochet! That yellow necklace would be perfect to go with the dress I'm wearing to a wedding on Friday.

  3. So gorgeous!! Love it! I found you over at "What I Whipped Up"....I think I need to learn how to crochet just so I can make this necklace. What a great gift it would make!

  4. What a beautiful necklace/bracelet! I think I know what I'm giving all the women in my life for Mothers day!! Thanks for that great tutorial!

    ~ Sarah

  5. Love the necklace, and the pattern is great! The pictures are very helpful (I'm not very good at reading crochet patterns). I think I'll try one of these this week :)

  6. Shoot! I can't get the .pdf to open! I would love to try to make this! :)

  7. That's so cute! Love the idea!
    I would love for you to share this at my linky party @ {nifty thrifty sunday}!

  8. So pretty. I'd love to learn how to do this!

  9. I love this- it's really fun and so pretty! I am featuring this on my blog today. Check it out and grab a button!

    Have a great weekend!

  10. I love that ... I saw something similar a while ago and wanted to make it but my crochet skills are lacking. So pretty!

    Visiting from Tatertots and Jello.

  11. That is so pretty and elegant.

  12. Really cute and simple. Thanks for the pattern!

  13. Wow, that is so pretty! It actually looks beaded from afar! Great idea.

  14. I am now the proud owner of that yellow necklace. Love it! Thanks so much Lindsay. I blogged about it here.

  15. Thank you so much for linking up to {nifty thrifty sunday}!
    I hope to see you again this week! :)
    Vanessa @ {nifty thrifty things}

  16. Hi, friend! I'm admiring all your creative posts here so can you please share them with us at the Creative Bloggers' Party & Hop? Hope to see you there at the party :)

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  18. Simple but very cute.. thanks for sharing..

  19. Oh! I see lots of crocheting in the near future! I pinned your pattern on my baby crochet pattern board so more people would find your instructions.

    If you would rather I didn't, just contact me via the addy posted on the footer of my website and I'll take it right down.

    Unique Baby Nursery Ideas

  20. This is my first visit to your blog and I just love this necklace! Thank you very much for sharing your pattern! :). :)
    Lee Ann

    Crochet...Gotta Love It! Blog:
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  21. Lovely necklaces , I also make them you can have a look

  22. I can't open the Pdf .I like the necklace.and I want to make it.please e mail address is ptulshibagwale@gmail.comis it possible for u to send the patern by mail.