Making Stuff: Crocheted Doily Necklace

by This is Carrie on December 22, 2010

While I was working on all my Savers Thrift Store inspired, holiday, crocheted doily projects, I remembered a great little tutorial I came across for a crocheted doily necklace–a perfect girlfriend gift.

I gathered a selection of doilies from my thrifted & estate sale acquired collection and hardware from the local bead shop.

This necklace got some added embellishments to cover a little stain.

These crocheted motifs made great “snowflake” ornaments as well as a great necklace.

When I found this blue doily at Savers Thrift Store ($1) as well as a perfect chain necklace ($1.99) it was easy (and cheap) to make one last necklace for myself.

Find the DIY crochet doily necklace tutorial HERE.


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jonita mortensen December 22, 2010 at 5:17 pm

These are really amazing! I would never thought of crocheted necklaces.

RJ December 24, 2010 at 4:26 am

Adorable! I LOVE the blue one.

mistie December 28, 2010 at 3:29 pm

I am so jealous!! I might have to try this project. they are awesome.

Betty February 25, 2011 at 5:51 am

These are really lovely. I was thinking I would make some doily necklaces for friends and this really inspires me. I’ve made thicker flower ones for children but I think that the finer weight thread and the addition of the metal makes them more suitable for adults.


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