How To Crochet Bead Rope NecklaceBy
I crochet a sample using large pony beads so you can see the different effect when you thread your beads onto your thread in a specific sequence or just at random.
Size E or 6/0 beads are normally used with a size 1.75mm steel crochet hook & a No 2 nylon cord.
You can make this just as a rope (not joined) or join by stitching the ends neatly together or make a shorter length necklace by adding a clasp to fasten.
This bead rope is simple but does take a little practice.
The bead stitch is a slip stitch worked with a bead.
Ch 6 & join to form a ring.
Insert hook under the 2 top loops of the next chain, slide a bead down the yarn close to your work, yarn over hook & draw through both loops on hook(1 bead st made)
Repeat in each chain until you have 5 beads worked.
Work in continuous rounds (causing the beads to spiral) working a bead stitch into the bead stitches.
Insert hook into the hole of the bead stitch (after the bead) slide the bead far enough to the back of the hook so that it is locked under the yarn. Slide a bead down to the hook,YO hook and pull through both loops on hook. Continue working a bead stitch into each bead stitch for the length desired.
Work the final round without beads so that the last bead row lies correctly.
You can stitch the ends together making a necklace or leave as a rope adding some dangling beads to the ends or join with a large focal bead or beads.
Hope you find the instructions helpful.
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