This crochet jewelry pattern is inspired by a sweet and graceful type of flower – Briar rose. You might want to crochet Briar rose jewelry for a special event (bridal jewelry) or for some special ones as a very unique and passionate gift.
Materials: ( I used )
Cotton crochet thread: pink, green
Worsted weight yarn: green
2,75 mm and 3,75 mm crochet hooks
Briar rose: using 2,75 mm crochet hook and pink cotton crochet thread.
Make a chain of 16, crochet 2 dc into 3rd chain from hook, (1 dc into next chain, 2 dc into next chain) repeat ’till end, total 24 sts.
Ch 1, turn, * (hdc, dc, tc) into 1 st, ch 1, (hdc, dc, tr) into next st * (finish 1 petal) repeat ** ’till end, you’ll have total 12 petals. (fasten off)
Roll the first petal, hold it tight then wrap the next petals around.
Make it abit looser each round, dispart the petals for a better result.
Sew the petals together. Attach a bead in the middle.
Bracelet: using 2,75 mm crochet hook and green cotton crochet thread.
I designed this part like a chain of green leaves. It’s also adjustable since you can increase and decrease the foundation chain to fit your wrist. (A basic leaf takes 9 chains)
Make a chain of 46, sc into 2nd chain from hook, hdc into next st, then dc, make 3 tr into next 3 sts, dc, hdc, sc. Finish a half of one leaf. Continue and crochet all these sts across (sc, hdc, dc, tr, tr, tr, dc, hdc, sc) repeat ’till end.
When you reach the end of one side, crochet a chain of 5 or 6 to make a loop as a button hole.
Continue with the other side, (sc, hdc, dc, tr, tr, tr, dc, hdc, sc) repeat ’till end. (fasten off)
Attach and use a bead as a button. Attach the rose on, there you’ll go.
Necklace: I used 3,75 mm crochet hook and green worsted weight yarn to make a chain.
Simply crochet some leaves and roses then attach them on.
Leaf: ch 10, sc into 2nd chain from hook, hdc, dc, 3 tr into next 3 chains, dc, hdc, sc, turn, continue with other side, sc, hdc, dc, 3 tr into next 3 sts, dc, hdc, sc (fasten off)
Happy crocheting xD
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