Crochet Pattern: Giselle Necklace

By Amy – 6 Comments
Like its predecessor (the Giselle Earrings) this necklace exhibits charm and delicacy on its wearer. Make it in your favorite crochet thread and complement it with your choice of beads. The beauty of this pattern is that it works up quick and easy. If you like, use a little craft glue to stiffen the ends of the thread to prevent fraying after wear. Giselle Necklace1

Skill Level:

Finished Size: 30” (76 cm) long

Materials:
Super Fine Weight Yarn (approximately 20 yards)
Crochet Hook D (3.25 mm)
3 Beads (5 mm)
Thread needle

Gauge:
Round 1 in single circle pattern measures 1” (2.5cm) in diameter

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Crochet Pattern: Giselle Necklace

Single Circle (make 5)
Round 1: make adjustable ring, ch 3 (counts as 1 dc), 14 dc in ring, sl st in top of beginning ch-3: 15 dc
Cut thread 8-10 inches (20-25.5cm) down, this is your yarn tail; do not knot or weave in.

Assembly
Insert hook into the open loop of one circle (call it circle one). With one loop on the hook, sl st into side of 2nd circle opposite of 2nd circle’s open loop, sl st into the next dc of 2nd circle and then back into sl st on circle one. Attach next three circles in same manner.

Attaching Beads
Using the first tail of each circle, sew bead onto bottom of the three circles in the middle.

Tie
Cut 4 – 14” strands of yarn, take two and knot like a tassel on the last circle. Repeat for other end.

If you have any questions or comments, leave them in the comments section below and I’ll get back to you as soon as possible!

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6 Comments

  1. Darlene says:

    I want to make one for Christmas with tri color Christmas yarn & jingle bells

    If I get to it before Christmas Would you like me to send a picture of it??
    Darlene

  2. Naomi says:

    Hi,
    This pattern is so beautiful and I would love to make it, but I cannot for the life of me figure out what you mean by inserting the hook into the open loop of one circle…what is the “open loop”?? Is it the space between 2 dcs? 😟

  3. Hello Naomi,

    The open loop is the working loop. When you complete the sl st of a circle you still have a loop on the hook until you knot it. In this case you don’t want to knot it. You will put your hook back through the loop and use that loop to work into another circle. Does this help?

    Amy

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