Beaded Crochet Necklace


Beaded Crochet Necklace

Beaded Crochet Necklace
Beaded Crochet Necklace

The Beaded Crochet Necklace is a simple yet effective way to make your own jewelry for your big day. This delicate necklace combines small beads, crochet thread, and easy chain stitches. You can wear it as a single strand, double it, or crochet multiple strands. It will add just the right amount of sparkle to your outfit. You may also want to consider crocheting one for each of your bridesmaids. Your best girlfriends will love wearing a bit of bling made by your own two hands. The beautiful and dainty necklace can serve as a special reminder of one of the most happiest days of your life.

Estimated Cost$11-$20

Time to CompleteWeekend project

MaterialsBeads, Yarn

Primary TechniqueCrochet


Materials List

  • RED HEART® Metallic Crochet Thread, Size 10: 1 ball of 410S Silver/Silver
  • Susan Bates® Steel Crochet Hook: 1.75mm [US 4]
  • 66 glass E-beads (approximately 10g) in shades of blue, (more if making a longer Necklace loop), tapestry needle, big eye beading needle or dental floss threader


Necklace measures approximately 40" (102 cm) around loop.
GAUGE: 33 chains in pattern = 4” (10 cm). CHECK YOUR GAUGE. Use any size hook to obtain the gauge.
1. If a longer Necklace is desired, or to make multiple strands, string extra beads on the ball of thread.
2. Necklace is created by crocheting a length of alternating regular and beaded chain stitches, then fastening the ends together with slip stitches and weaving in the ends.

Special Stitch

Beaded Chain (bdch) = Slide bead up next to working loop on hook (see photo 1), then yarn over and pull through loop on hook, capturing bead on back bar of chain stitch (see photo 2).

  1. Slide bead up next to working loop on hook (click image to enlarge).

  2. Yarn over and pull through loop on hook, capturing bead on back bar of chain stitch (click image to enlarge).


Using big eye beading needle or dental floss threader, string beads onto the end of the thread. Push the beads far enough down the thread to leave a 6" (15 cm) beginning tail, then make a slip knot to create the working loop.
Round 1: [Ch 4, bdch] 66 times. Without twisting Necklace, slip st in each of first 4 chs at beginning of Necklace to join ends. Fasten off and weave in both ends to secure.


work directions in brackets the number of times specified

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