FREE Crochet Pattern: Multiple Strand Crochet Necklace

I have written up some instructions on how to crochet a Multiple Strand Crochet Necklace. Thank you!

Multiple Strand Crochet Necklace - thesteadyhandblog

BEFORE STARTING
Finished Measurements: These instructions will give you a finished necklace of 13” around. If you need to make it smaller or larger, adjust the number of chains to get the size you want.
Difficulty: Easy
Yarn: Crochet Cotton Thread
Hook size: 2.25mm hook
Notions: 1 small button, stitch markers, yarn needle & scissors.

ABBREVIATIONS
Ch – chain
Sl st – Slip stitch
St – Stitch
Sc – Single crochet
Dc – Double crochet
Dc2tog – Double crochet 2 stitches together (aka DC decrease)

INSTRUCTIONS
Notes
This pattern is inspired by the Easiest Crochet Necklace posted on creativeyarn.blogspot.com.

1st Strand: Ch 90 (or however many chains needed for your size). SC in 2nd ch from hook and next 4 chs
2nd Strand: Ch 85 (or 5 less than the original amount of chains). SC in the 5th ch from the beginning of the previous strand and in the next 4 chs, ch 1, turn
3rd Strand: SC in first sc and in the next 4 chs, ch 95 (or 5 more than the original amount). SC in the 5th ch from the beginning of the previous strand and in the next 4 chs, ch 1, turn

Continue adding strands, adding 5 more chains to each strand, until you are satisfied with the amount of strands.

Finishing: Complete a strand with 5 sc. Ch 5 (or however many needed for button hole) and sl st on the other side of the same closure piece to make a button hole. Sew a button on the opposite closure piece of the button hole. Sew in loose ends.

The Steady Hand Crochet Patterns by Aprile Mazey • aprile.mazey@gmail.com

Please do not share or publish this pattern. Finished items may be sold. I would very much appreciate it if you would credit Aprile Mazey for the pattern design and include a link to www.thesteadyhandblog.com. All pictures in this PDF are the property of The Steady Hand. Please do not copy or use any of my photos in this document or online. Thanks!

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