pattern instructions below
This is for choker style if you want it longer you will need to have a lot more beads.
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3-12 jars rocaille beads size 6/0 20 grams per jar
1 ball size 10 crochet thread
size 9 steel crochet hook
2 cone beads
1 set of closures
string all beads onto crochet thread
leave long tail so you can add findings
- place 6 single crochet into the first chain made (working in round do not chain one at the end of rows ...working in diagonal rounds)
- *place 1 single crochet in every sc of previous round working in the back loop only making sure to pull one bead up for every sc before the first yo is made but after placing the hook through the previous sc stitch* continue till you have to desired length.
- Last round is made by 1 sc into every sc of previous round.
- Cut thread making sure to leave a long tail.
Slide cone beads onto both ends followed by closures use long tails to go through the cone and closures several times securing to the beaded cord inside the cone cut and hide tails inside the cord.
It is important to make sure you are not loosing stitches as you work as it is easy to skip a stitch every now and again. It will be awkward at first but once you have some cord in your hand it does get easier.
If this is confusing let me know and I will make a video tutorial as it is pretty simple actually.