This is what you’ll need:
- Coton yarn; I used Phil Coton 3 by Phildar, color Ecru
- Crochet hook 3mm
- Embroidery needle
- 8 Beads
- ch (chain stitch or stitches)
- sl st (slip stitch)
- hdc (half double crochet)
- st (stitch or stitches)
11: Magic ring, ch2 as first hdc7hdc in ring, close with sl st
2: ch31hdc in the next st and ch1repeat 6 more times: * 1hdc in the next st, ch1 (do not skip st) *, close with sl st in 2nd ch3: sl st into ch space, in ch space: ch2, 1hdc, ch1, 2hdcIn every ch space: * 2hdc, ch1, 2hdc *, close with sl st4: Skip 1st, 5hdc in ch spaceSkip 1st, sl st in the next stRepeat 7 more times: * Skip 1st, 5hdc in ch space, skip 1st, sl st in the next st *5: ch25, sl st in same spotsl st in the next 5stsl st in ch space of 3rd rowrepeat twice: * sl st in the next 5st, sl st in ch space of 3rd row *, ch150 and fasten offAttach new yarn with sl st in same spot as ch150, repeat twice: * sl st in the next 5st, sl st in ch space of last row *, ch150 and fasten off
Again, attach new yarn with sl st in same spot as ch150, repeat three times: * sl st in the next 5st, sl st in ch space of 3rd row *, fasten off and weave in ends.
Last step is adding the beads. Pull yarn through embroidery needle and slide the beads over the needle unto yarn. Make a knot in the end and pull yarn with needle through the beads. Make a knot in between the beads and on the other side as well. Cut off the end.
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