Crochet flower necklace pattern

Well it’s Sunday afternoon already, is it just me, or do the weekends just fly by?  I really don’t know where the year is disappearing to! As promised here it is…

Crochet flower necklace patternI made another Monday morning flower necklace, this time on Friday 🙂 They really are a very quick project. This time round I added a couple of extra small flowers to the chain, you can choose to add these or not.

If you want to make one of your own, you will need some scraps of yarn and a corresponding hook. These were made with a 4mm hook and 8ply cotton. Some pretty buttons will make the necklace extra special!

To make the Main Flower; Make a magic circle, chain 2 and DC into the circle 9 times.  SS into the top of the chain 2 to form a circle. (10)

Round 2: Chain 2, DC into the same stitch, DC, HDC, SS into the next stitch. *HDC, DC into the first stitch, DC, HDC, SS into the next stitch* – repeat between * and * around (5 petals formed).

Crochet flower necklace patternRound 3 – Flip over. Chain 1 and SS into the middle of the back of the first petal. Chain 2, SS into middle of next petal- repeat around (5 back of petal loops formed).  If you are using multiple colours fasten off.

Round 4 – Join next colour into one of the 2 chain loops. Chain 1, HDC, DC x 4, HDC, SS into each petal loop around. SS into first petal loop.

Round 5 – Flip over. SS into the middle of the first stitch, Chain 4, SS into middle of first petal. Chain 4, SS into middle of next petal – repeat around until 5 petal loops formed.  Fasten off.

Crochet flower necklace patternRound 6 – Join next colour into one of the 4 chain loops. Chain 1, HDC, DC x 5, HDC, SS into each petal loop around. SS into first petal loop.

Here’s what it should look like at this point:

Crochet flower necklace patternTo make the ‘necklace’ chain 80 (or however long you want your necklace to be), join with an SC into the petal loop 2 petals over. Fasten off and weave in all ends.

If you would like to, make a couple of small flowers to add to your necklace:

Small Flowers.

Chain 4 and join with a SS to form a circle.

Round 1. Chain 2 * SC, Ch 1* repeat between * and * 6 times. Join with a SS and fasten off.

Round 2. Join new colour in any chain 1 space. CH1, DC, SS into ch 1 space. *SC, DC2, SS into each chain 1 space around. SS  between last petal to first petal and fasten off.

Sew your small flowers to the necklace:

Crochet flower necklace patternAdd buttons if you want to make it extra special:

Crochet flower necklace patternAnd there you go, two necklaces…

Crochet flower necklace patternEnjoy!

As I type this the children are dancing around the lounge in butterfly wings to this song… bliss! I think Ill go and join them…Jxx

13 thoughts on “Crochet flower necklace pattern

  1. Faith says:

    They are lovely, I especially like the button centres.

    We are just beginning our Sunday here and the weekends also fly by, I spend all week looking forward to them and then they’re over in the blink of an eye.

    Enjoy your evening…or maybe you’re onto Monday now?

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  2. Soleil says:

    I have read your post and right now I made the same necklace to my daughter! Lovely necklace! Lovely tutorial! Thank you very much for sharing! And so beautiful your daughter! I listened to the song. I like it as well! Thank you!
    Have a nice Sunday!!! 🙂
    Olga xx

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  3. Sara says:

    Cute! I’m sure my two little girls would love to have one of these. You are so creative! I always love visiting The Green Dragonfly. You inspire me!

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  4. Joan says:

    Your ways are so endearing, your children are lovely and so blessed by your craftiness! This really brightened my day! love the necklace! I can’t wait to make some for my girls:) ❤

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