free crochet pattern preview: beaded pendant

In January, I published a long list of projects I’d like to tackle and share with you this year. And while I have not been able to check items off the list as often or as quickly as I’d hoped, I did manage to accomplish quite a bit. From four new crochet patterns I added to my store, to sharing tips and tricks on working with jute, to publishing two crochet basics posts (one devoted to waistcoat stitch, the other to adjustable loop), I know I shouldn’t complain.

However, it has been painfully obvious that despite my best intentions, I am yet to share a free crochet pattern with you this year!

Well, let’s fix that, shall we?

Because I am working on not one free crochet pattern, but two! I will tell you all about the 2018 One-Round Crochet snowflake in November.

I want to devote this post to a little sneak peek on a free crochet pattern coming on Halloween (Edit: The pattern is now available. Get it HERE).

Let me introduce the beaded crochet karma circle necklace.

Beaded crochet pendant - free crochet pattern by

This is such a quick and easy project! I swear, it may take you longer to string the beads than to crochet the pendant.

Beaded crochet pendant - free crochet pattern by

Isn’t it pretty? And simple, too – the pattern only calls for chain, slip stitch, and single crochet.

Beaded crochet pendant - free crochet pattern by

To make this timeless pendant (and a crochet chain, too), you will need seed beads (size 10/0), 1.25 mm crochet hook, thin crochet thread, such as Aunt Lydia size 10 or DMC Cotton Perle size 8, and about one hour of your time šŸ™‚

Can you think of anyone who’d love to find this this pendant and necklace in her stocking or under her Christmas tree? Let me know!

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