Same Crochet Necklace 3 Ways

Although I haven’t been posting them daily, I am still active in wearing and photographing my 365 Ways to Wear Crochet and those photos will still be popping up throughout this site. I recently made a simple crochet necklace that you’ve already seen and have since worn it in three different ways. That’s one of the best things about a long simple necklace – it offers so much variety.

The necklace is a super long crochet chain in blue with a shell stitch in brown. You first saw me wear it like this:

I just looped it around my neck a few times and pulled each loop to a different length.

Then I decided to see what other sculptural, artistic ways I could loop the necklace to wear it with a different outfit, and here’s what I came up with:

I’m not even sure I could recreate that shape if I wanted to. That’s the fun of these long chains (and something that can also be done with skinny crochet scarves) … you can just twist and turn and loop and tie and make these big statement pieces around your neck. I adore that!

I then decided to see if I could put some really curvy twists into the necklace and here’s what I came up with:

Don’t be afraid to play with the things that you make!

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Kathryn

San Francisco based and crochet-obsessed writer, dreamer and creative spirit!

5 Comments:

  1. Once again, you have inspired me :) But first I need to finish cleaning out the closet…

  2. Just found your blog through KCBW and I love it. I’m just starting a blog and I will be following yours. Thank you!!!

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