Bohemian Beaded Necklace Free Crochet Pattern

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The Bohemian Beaded Necklace is a nature inspired accessory that is the perfect compliment to almost any outfit. It’s neutral colors and natural materials lean towards the bohemian style. Use this free crochet pattern and in less than 30 minutes you will have a new bohemian style beaded crochet necklace. This is a great pattern that is quick and easy and great for beginners. #crochet #free #pattern #freepattern #crochetnecklace #quick #easy #forbeginners This necklace is the first official pattern in my 30 Minute Thursday Free Crochet Pattern Series. In this series I share a new 30 minute crochet pattern every Thursday. If you want to know my inspiration behind the series, check out my 7 Benefits of Quick and Easy Crochet Projects.

I really wanted to create a beaded cotton necklace to accessorize my simple tank and shorts style. I had just made the Pineapple Pendant earrings and for this pattern I didn’t want to use extra jewelry supplies to finish the project. When designing this necklace, I decided to use a button instead of a clasp and work the button hole and button mounting point into the design.  Use this free crochet pattern and in less than 30 minutes you will have a new bohemian style beaded crochet necklace. This is a great pattern that is quick and easy and great for beginners. #crochet #free #pattern #freepattern #crochetnecklace #quick #easy #forbeginners I am really enjoying working with Lion Brand’s new 24/7 cotton. It is a medium size cotton yarn with wonderful stitch definition. I had some of this yarn left over from my Goldenrod Tank Top, and my Summer Garden Scarf. I wanted to make a fun quick project for my 30 Minute Thursday series. The cotton was the perfect compliment to my wooden beads for a bohemian touch. Like to crochet?

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Bohemian Beaded Necklace Pattern

Materials

Lion Brand Yarn 24-7 Cotton Yarn, Ecru 10-12 yards

30 Wooden  1/4 inch Beads

1 wooden 1/2 inch button

Yarn needle

Clover Amour Crochet Hook, Size B, 2.25mm

Super Glue (Optional)

Be careful when choosing your beads, you will need to be able to fit the yarn and needle through the bead hole. 

Stitches and Abbreviations

Ch – Chain

Sc – Single Crochet

Slst – Slip Stitch

FO – Fasten off

Bead – Chain around a bead.

Gauge

6 chain = 1”

Special stitches

How to chain around the bead – Slide a bead up to the hook, pull on the loop on the hook so that it is looser, yarn over with the yarn on the opposite side of the bead, pull through the loop on your hook to complete the chain.

Note:

(ch 9, bead) x7 – This means you will repeat the instructions in the parenthesis () seven times then continue with the rest of the pattern.

Use this free crochet pattern and in less than 30 minutes you will have a new crochet bohemian style beaded necklace. This is a great pattern that is quick and easy and great for beginners. #crochet #free #pattern #freepattern #crochetnecklace #quick #easy #forbeginners

Bohemian Beaded Necklace

First Thread your 30 beads on to your yarn. Push them down the yarn about a foot or two to give yourself yarn to work with.

The necklace is worked in a oval shape. The first row worked will be the third strand in the necklace, you will then turn and create the button mounting point and then work the second strand of the necklace, work around the button hole, then work the fourth strand in the necklace, work around the button mount and your last row will be working the first strand in the necklace.  I know that sounds confusing so I add photo directions to help.    Use this free crochet pattern and in less than 30 minutes you will have a new crochet bohemian style beaded necklace. This is a great pattern that is quick and easy and great for beginners. #crochet #free #pattern #freepattern #crochetnecklace #quick #easy #forbeginners Row 1: Ch 10, slst to the very first ch made. (This creates your button hole.) Ch 40, bead,(Ch 10, bead) x7, Ch 45, turn.

Row 2: Sc in the second Ch from the hook and in the next 3 ch (total of 4 Sc), Ch 37, bead, (Ch 9, bead) x6, Ch 37, Sc in the slst in Row 1, 12 Sc into the button hole created by the first Ch 10, turn.

Row 3: Sc into the other side of the slst of Row 1. Ch 34, bead, (Ch8, bead) x8, Ch 34, Sc 4 into the sc of Row two (the button mounting point) Sc 2 along the side of the button mounting point, turn.

Row 4: Sc 4 along the opposite side of the button mounting point, Ch 35, bead (Ch 10, bead) x5, Ch 35, slst ,slst, into the Sc near the button hole. FO. Weave in your ends. Sew on your button.

Your necklace is complete. You can wet the cotton yarn and lay it flat to help the necklace lay nicer. I used a bit of superglue on my beads to keep the yarn from slipping out of place. Now you have a great new accessory to add to your collection.

Let me know how you like this free crochet pattern. If you have any questions leave a comment below and I will try and help the best I can. I hope you decide to make a Bohemian Beaded Necklace of your own. If you do, I would LOVE to see a photo! If you share it on social media be sure to tag me @windingroadcrochet or #windingroadcrochet

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quick and easy bohemian necklace made with this free crochet pattern. Perfect for women wanting to add a natural touch to their accessories. Perfect handmade jewelry. #crochetjewelry #bohocrochet #bohemian #handmadejewelry

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10 Comments

  1. Virginia Jenkins

    June 30, 2018 at 12:24 pm

    What size are the beads?

    1. Lindsey

      June 30, 2018 at 7:14 pm

      1/4 inch beads and 1/2 inch button.

  2. Marjan Hoebeke-Pfaff

    July 5, 2018 at 5:13 am

    So lovely! Thanks for the pattern!

    1. Lindsey

      July 5, 2018 at 5:23 am

      You are very welcome. I am glad you like it.

    2. Angela

      September 14, 2018 at 4:49 am

      How do you keep the yarn around the beads? Mine keeps slipping to the back of the bead causing the beads to hang funny.

      1. Lindsey

        September 14, 2018 at 1:36 pm

        I set my yarn exactly where I wanted it and used a small amount of clear super glue on each bead. This holds the yarn in place on my beads.

  3. Carolyn

    October 18, 2018 at 4:23 pm

    Greetings…. I have made my first attempt at this necklace, and tried to adjust it for using larger beads (1/2 inch long paper beads, to be exact). I subtracted 2 chains from each of the between-beads chains, and that seemed to work just fine for strands 2, 3, and 4. Strand 1, however, turned out much too long. So, after fiddling around with holding the 10th chain at each end up to the buttonhole and button mount (which seems to bring it closer to the correct length for that strand) on my next attempt, I am going to chain 30 and 35 at the ends, i.e. subtract 10 chains from each end. I am not happy about having to start over… but also, my particular skein of yarn has a knot in it (don’t you HATE it when they do that?!) that ended up right in the center front of one of the strands! Grrrr! So I will unravel the whole thing (sigh) and cut the yarn to begin after the knot.

    In a somewhat-unrelated question… do you have any restrictions on someone like me selling necklaces made from your design? Assuming, of course, that I get my adjustments straightened out, and anybody wants to buy them? Thanks. 🙂

    1. Lindsey

      October 20, 2018 at 4:48 am

      Yes you are allowed to sell a finished product of my design. It is listed in the terms and conditions and disclaimers.

  4. Neita Coulson

    December 16, 2018 at 12:38 am

    Hello Lindsey,
    I’m having a go at making this necklace but when I add the bead, I only have one strand circling it, your pics show two, do you have a tutorial that shows how you crochet around the bead?
    Many thanks, Neita

    1. Lindsey

      December 16, 2018 at 12:44 am

      I do not have a tutorial for crocheting around the bead. I Chain around the bead, this cause on strand to go through the bead and two to go around. Are you threading the beads onto the yarn before you start the project?

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