How To Make A Granny Necklace
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  • 1. How to:
    • make a granny square necklace
    • kootoyoo…click & crochet
  • 2.
    • This is hardly even a “how to”. It’s just a super simple, super speedy bit of fun.
    • You’ll need a 3mm crochet hook, 3 skeins of floss, jewellery findings & pliers (if you have them OR you could just tie a knot).
  • 3. “ Pattern” & I use the term loosely. This will work however you make your granny squares or motifs.
    • Chain 4
    • Slip stitch into first chain to make a ring.
    • ROUND 1:
    • Ch 3, 2T, Ch1, 3T,Ch1, 3T, Ch1, 3T, Ch1 & slip stitch into 3 rd Ch of 1 st Ch3 to join.
    • ROUND 2(new colour):
    • in corner Ch3, 2T, Ch1
    • next corner 3T,Ch1, 3T, Ch1
    • next corner 3T,Ch1, 3T,Ch1
    • next corner 3T,Ch1, 3T,Ch1
    • return to first corner - 3T,Ch1, & slip stitch into 3 rd Ch of 1 st Ch3 to join.
    • ROUND 3(new colour):
    • in corner Ch3, 2T, Ch1
    • side 3T,Ch1
    • in corner 3T,Ch1, 3T,Ch1
    • side 3T,Ch1
    • next corner 3T,Ch1, 3T,Ch1
    • side 3T,Ch1
    • next corner 3T,Ch1, 3T,Ch1
    • side 3T,Ch1
    • return to first corner 3T,Ch1, & slip stitch into 3 rd Ch of 1 st Ch3 to join.
    • CHAIN up to make the necklace chain. Just use your eye…maybe 30-35 chain. Knot off.
    • In opposite corner slip knot & join chain colour then work CHAIN to make necklace chain. Again about 30-35 chain.
    • NOTE: I think that you want this to be nice & tight so that the shape is held when it is around your neck. That is why I only chain 1 between clusters & I keep my crochet stitches as tight as I can.
  • 4. Step 2:
    • Make a slip knot & chain 4
  • 5. Step 3:
    • Slip stitch into the first chain to make a “donut”.
  • 6. Step 4:
    • Chain 3 to begin your first round.
  • 7. Step 5:
    • 2 Treble, chain 1, 3 treble, chain 1, 3 treble, chain 1, 3 treble, chain 1.
  • 8. Step 6:
    • Slip stitch to join your first round.
  • 9. Step 7:
    • Knot off your first colour.
  • 10. Step 8:
    • Begin your second round in the corner.
  • 11. Step 9:
    • I like to begin with only 1 cluster in the corner because I think it gives a nicer finish.
    • Continue working the round as you did for round 1. 3 trebles & then 1 chain between clusters.
  • 12. Step 10:
    • Once you’ve finished the round knot off your second colour.
  • 13. Step 11:
    • Begin your third colour.
    • Again I always start in the corner with one cluster only.
  • 14. Step 12:
    • Once you’ve completed the round just keep chaining.
    • I think probably about 30-35 chain is long enough but make it right for you.
  • 15. Step 13:
    • Once the chain is long enough – knot off & snip floss.
  • 16. Step 14:
    • In the opposite corner attach the chain colour & just chain up again (30-35 chain).
  • 17. Step 15:
    • Your necklace should now look something like this.
  • 18. Step 16:
    • Using a needle weave & neaten your ends.
  • 19. Step 17:
    • Now attach your findings.
    • If you don’t have these on hand just make your chains longer & tie it in a knot when you wear it.
  • 20. Step 18:
    • See how I’ve made the “wrong” side of the chain the back?
  • 21. Step 19:
    • Clamp!
    • This will hold the crochet nice & firmly.
  • 22. Step 20:
    • Attach the rest of your bits & pieces.
  • 23. Step 21:
    • Repeat for the other end of the chain.
    • Attach your clasp.
  • 24. Finished
    • I think you want this to be super tight. Embroidery floss is not as forgiving as lovely fluffy yarn so mistakes are pretty visible.
    • Go slow & have fun.
    ©kootoyoo 2009 http://kootoyoo.blogspot.com for personal use only.