Saturday, October 23, 2010

Crochet a Flower Choker - free pattern

Flower Choker
© Mimi Alelis
Small amount Cotton thread size 8 or size 10,
Crochet hook: 1.50mm or 1.75mm
(I used Cannon cotton thread size 8 and 1.75mm hook)
Clasp or closure for necklace
Yarn needle for finishing
A few wooden beads
Gauge: 8 dc sts = 1” using 1.75mm hook
Ch 5, join into a ring with ss,
Rnd 1: * Ch 7, ss on top loop only on 2nd ch from hook and on the next 5 chs, ss
on ring, repeat from * 7 times more. (8petal centers)
Rnd 2: * Ss on 1st st of next petal, sc in each of the next 5 sts, ch 2. On the
opposite side of the same petal, sc on next 5 sts, ss on last st. Repeat from *
for the other petals.
Fasten off leaving 12” tail for sewing.
Choker/ Necklace
Ch 107, (115, 123) [for approx. 14” (15”, 16”) finished size].
Dc in 4th ch from hook and on each ch across. (Crochet tip: for a better look,
work the dcs on the back ridge of foundation chain.)
Fasten off leaving 8” for sewing.
Assembly and finishing:
Spray or dampen the pieces with tap water, lightly press and shape with
your fingers. Leave to dry on a clean cloth or towel.
Attach the clasp on the necklace.
Sew beads on the flower, then sew the flower on the necklace. Weave in ends.

Click here for the pdf pattern.


  1. This is so pretty. I love mine. :D

  2. Cute! Thanks for sharing!
    Caz :)

  3. Hi Mimi, hoping all is good and see that you have been very busy. Great projects and thanks for sharing your patterns.

  4. Very pretty. Thanks for sharing!

  5. That's very pretty and delicate looking!

  6. Thank you all, so nice to hear from you :)

  7. Really cute choker! Thanks for sharing hun. :-)


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