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Judy if you go to All Free Crochet they have a menu on the side that you will find Crochet Jewellery, or if you have the time try Googling Crochet Jewellery. It is amazing what can be crocheted, I have a book on Crochet Beaded Jewellery, unfortunately it is packed in preparation of the house selling. (from my PC to Gods ears!)
Because I am a beginner at crochet I would like to find a pattern to use but I think it would be good to have either a pattern or make up your own. I would Love to see what creations people will come up with.
Someone mention to me about a new book called Betsy Beads which is all about making jewelery but when I looked it up I found that it is a knitting book. I loved the photos but I have no clue how to knit so I was a bit disappointed.
Does anyone have a suggestion of a good book for crochet jewelery? Judy
Lovely work and I love the color. Hugs Elaine
Judy, sounds like a great idea, shall we put it to the group? Also should we make it to make up your own pattern or would you prefer to make it from a given pattern? Have a think about it & let me know.
Being a beginner only gives your imagination more room to expand!! Hugs, Fiona
Hello Fiona, I have a wee suggestion. How about crochet necklaces or ruffled scarfs. Something that may be easy for a beginner like myself. VBG Hugs Judy
hi Judy, it was here on SF, Hooked on Yarn. I have been thinking about another challenge for us to take part in. I have to give it some serious thought as we want to have as many take part as possible, it would be photos not physically sent. Any ideas? Squares for an Afghan/throw, maybe?
Hello Fiona, what group did you put up the challenge too??? Here on SF? or some where else?? Hugs Judy
Thanks Judy, it was a challenge that I put up to the group to design and make a Doily. Must nearly time for another challenge, me thinks!!
I love the pattern and the watercolor shades of purple. Very Lovely. hugs Judy
Thanks Sandi, I know that it was a gift, problem is when you grow up with not much to call your own---well I just though wrongly as it turned out that my sister would have given the gift a bit more respect and accept it with the love that it had been given!!
Poor you to see your gift used like that, it is so disheartening when you think of the time and effort not to mention money for the yarn, that you put into making it!! I tend to be like you and only make small items now unless I want to make a throw for sale. Keep an eye out for future photos!! Hugs Fiona
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