When it comes to crocheting, most people think of the basics: scarves, mittens, afghans and of course, baby stuff. As I was looking at patterns one day online, I came across a crocheted necklace and was just amazed. I mean, it looked awesome, of course, but I couldn’t believe that some people got this creative. I would imagine these pieces of jewelry would be great projects to make quickly for last minute gifts as well as the perfect size project for a child who is just learning to crochet. So to get your creative juices flowing, here are 10 free crochet jewelry patterns.
10 Free Crochet Jewelry Patterns
This awesome flower chain Crochet Necklace from CreativeYarn is what inspired me to do this roundup of free crochet jewelry patterns. Isn’t it just absolutely delicate and feminine?
These attractive Sprite Bangles from Crochet Dynamite use strips from a soda bottle to give the bangle bracelets their shape. What a cute way to recycle a plastic bottle!
Fave Crafts has something I had never even thought of- Crochet Rings! These delicate rings would look great with a vintage style outfit.
This Beaded Crochet Bracelet from Make My Day Creative is super cute and light. I just love the look of it.
Petals to Picots has a very nice Crochet Flower Bracelet pattern. I think this would look great with something in the spring or summer.
This Looking Glass Crochet Necklace from Kreinik is so amazing. This one might be a bit more challenging, but it will be so worth it when you get done. I think it would look great in black.
For an easy crochet project that lets you practice your chains, make these Wrap Bracelets from One Dog Woof. This is perfect for beginners.
This Jasmine Necklace from Vicki Brown kind of resembles a skinny scarf, but I love the chain appeal of it.
I didn’t even know you could make Crochet Peacock Feather Earrings, but Bethany at Whistle & Ivy has and they are beautiful!
This necklace that also doubles as a glasses holder from Crochet Dynamite is simple ingenious.
Which patterns are you going to do? Have you ever made your own crochet jewelry? Let me know in the comments!