You may remember my post entitled 4 Strand Crochet Necklace where I shared a picture of a necklace that I had finished. This post was made way back in 2011. I said that I would share the pattern for it once I had time. Well finally after a reader made a comment…I found the time. Better late than never!
The original pattern came from the CreativeYarn Blog in her Free Pattern’s Outline for a Crochet Necklace Post. Her pattern used worsted weight yarn and for my necklace I used Size 10 Crochet Cotton. I tweaked her pattern to make it work for the size of the yarn that I was using. Here are the instructions:
4-Strand Crochet Necklace
Size 10 Bedspread Weight Crochet Cotton yarn (I used Metallic Knit-Cro-Sheen Mercerized Cotton Metallic Yarn in Black)
D – 3.25mm hook
Ch 88, sc in second ch from hook and in the next 5 chs.
Ch 85, sc in the 5th ch from the beg of the opposite end and in next 4 chs, ch1, turn.
Sc in first sc and in next 4 sc, ch 90, sc in the 5th sc from the beg of previous row and in the next sc, ch 2 and skip next 2 sc (make buttonhole), sc in last sc, ch1, turn.
Sc in first sc and in next 4 st, ch 95, sc in the 5 scs at the beg of previous row. Fasten off.
Sew a button on the opposite side of the button hole.
Enjoy and thank you to CreativeYarn for the original necklace pattern!