9 stunning ways to create your own jewelry with crochet

Did you know that you can save a fortune and easily make lovely jewelry with just a few crochet stitches and a bit of know-how?
We show you how to use your crochet skills in new ways to create covetable necklaces, garlands and more. There's a pattern to suit every style here.
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1. Twisted rope necklace
Sometimes crochet jewelry combines stones, wires and crochet techniques, but it can work well with the simplest of crochet stitches and your favorite yarn. Have a look at this clever tutorial on making a simple but stunning twisted choker with chains:
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3. Crochet bracelet
Imagine combining beads with your crochet. That's how you get this look:
4. Freshwater pearl necklace
If you like pearls, you'll adore this stunning method of creating a necklace by crocheting with thin wire. You'll need to source some freshwater pearls and glass beads as well as some thin wire, then you're good to go.
5. Beaded chandelier necklace
Combining an intricate pattern with accent beads works very effectively when you're creating crocheted jewelry. This gorgeous chandelier collar is finely worked and the addition of a sprinkling of jewels across the surface makes it all the prettier. Choose a large pendant drop at the lowest point to up the wow factor.
6. Rose garland
A breathtaking rose garland which would look lovely in a bride's hair or as a necklace for a little bridesmaid, this is made with a fine gauge crochet hook and delicate yarn.
7. Flower necklace
A clever way to make crochet jewelry is to add your stitches to an existing chain. Here, small flower motifs are worked as well for an extra-pretty touch.
8. Ladder yarn necklace
Ladder or trellis yarn, which has bright splashes of colored fabric suspended between two thin pieces of yarn, is great for making bold and bright necklaces which look stunning but are as light as air to wear. Follow this great tutorial to get the look:
9. Crochet earrings
Crochet earrings are quick to make and are a lovely summery accessory. Try these flower-patterned earrings for size:
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