Crochet Pattern: Tiffany’s Necklace

By Laurie Beranek – 4 Comments
This necklace was inspired by my niece Tiffany. She made a chain scarf that came out really cute. I don’t wear scarfs much since I live in Arizona and it’s just to0 warm to wear scarves except for a month or two in the winter. So, I decided to make a chain necklace in lieu of a scarf. I added the button to hide the knot and for some sparkle. You can make the necklace longer or shorter or make it into a scarf by changing the number of chains. It is a wonderful way to use up your stash of yarn. It’s so quick and easy to make that you can make one to match all your outfits or to give as gifts. Tiffany Necklace

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Finished Size: 18″ (45 cm) diameter, 2″ (8 cm) wide

Medium Weight Yarn (approximately 10 yards)
Crochet Hook K (6.50 mm)
crochet yarn size 4

8 chains = 2″ long

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Crochet Pattern: Tiffany’s Necklace

Row 1: Leaving long tail for knotting, ch 500: 500 ch
Finish off, leaving long tail for knotting

Ties ends together. Fold chain in half 4 times. Twist chain, add button and tie with ends to hide knot. Trim ends.

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  1. Arkansas Granny says:

    Great Idea. Making one today. I had just been looking over my mother’s Beautiful Dress Pins. They will be beautiful with this creation. Thank you.

  2. Erin says:

    This has a lot of impact for such a simple pattern. Thanks for sharing the idea.

  3. Arkansas Granny says:

    I made this. It is darling and fast. I can think of many variations on this idea.

  4. Twinkie Lover says:

    Thanks for this great idea. I have a lot of pins but never seem to wear them. This will be a great way to wear them or make them as gifts.

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