HEXAGON ACORN FLOWER NECKLACE

Hexagon Acorn Flower Necklace – Free Crochet Pattern

This Hexagon Acorn Flower Necklace is easy and fun to make.

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SKILL LEVEL:
Easy
Basic stitches, simple shaping and finishing.

MATERIALS:
Yarns:
Btrx Yarns – Delighted by Merino (sock – 100% Superwash Merino) in 3 colors
Small amounts approx 20 – 50 yards
Hooks & Notions:
Hook 3, 25 mm (Clover)
Yarn needle
Jewelry Clasp


Abbreviations:
CH – chain
SL ST – slip stitch
SC – single crochet
DC – double crochet

Notes:
I use US Crochet stitch terminology.
Due to the nature of this pattern – the yarn and hook used is only a suggestion and any substitute may be used.
Size of finished product will vary depending on yarn and also size of hook used.

Size: approx 30 cm in length

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INSTRUCTIONS:

HEXAGON FLOWER:

CH 6; join with a SL ST to first CH to form a ring

RND 1: CH 3 (counts as 1 DC); work 1 DC into ring;
work [CH 1; 2 DC into ring] 5 times; CH 1;
join with a SL ST into top of 3rd CH of 3 CH.
(12 DC; 6 x 1 CH spaces)
Fasten off and weave in ends.

Join new color into ANY 1 CH space

RND 2: CH 3 (counts as 1 DC); work 1 DC into SAME space; CH 1; work 2 DC into SAME space;
*work [2 DC; 1 CH; 1 DC] into next 1 CH space.
Repeat from * 4 more times. Join with a SL ST into top of 3rd CH of 3 CH.
(24 DC; 6 x 1 CH spaces)
Fasten off and weave in ends.

Join new color into ANY 1 CH space

RND 3: CH 3 (counts as 1 DC); work 6 DC into SAME space;
work 7 DC into each 1 CH space all around.
Join with a SL ST into top of 3rd CH of 3 CH.
(6 x 7 DC clusters ‘petals’)
Fasten off and weave in ends.

Join new color into ANY SPACE IN-BETWEEN a pair of clusters.

RND 4: CH 1; work 1 SC into same space; CH 3; SKIP 3 DC; work 1 SC into next DC (this is the center DC of a 7 DC group); CH 3; SL ST into 2nd CH from hook (picot); CH 3;
*work 1 SC in-between next pair of clusters; CH 3; SKIP 3 DC; work 1 SC into next DC; CH 3; SL ST into 2nd CH from hook(picot); CH 3.
Repeat from * 4 more times. SL ST into first SC made.
Fasten off and weave in ends.

 ACORNS:

Join yarn into the ‘bottom’ picot

CH 11; work [1 SC; 1 HDC; 1 DC] into 2nd CH from hook;
work 3 DC into each CH until end. SL ST into picot; fasten off and weave in ends.
Repeat instructions with 2 more colors.
(3 Acorns)

NECK STRAPS:

NOTE: this can be made to any length to suit your style or what is required to fit!

Join yarn into the ‘top side’ picot (see photos)

CH 121;
Work 1 SC into 2nd CH from hook; work 1 SC into each CH until end. SL ST into picot; fasten off and weave in ends.
Repeat instructions with 2 more colors – NOTE: before starting the first SC – SL ST into the top (end) SC of the FIRST strap chain.

Attach one end of the jewelry clasp to the neck straps and the joining piece to the
‘top side’ picot (see photos)

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2 Comments

  1. Author

    Hi 🙂
    Perfectly used! Thank you for the compliment!

  2. Wow! Really cute! It’ll look great with my new summer dress – I’m expecting for warmer weather to use for the first time: last week was quite hot here in Spain so I got a new light dress…but we’ve gone back to winter temperatures.

    As they say “Every cloud has a silver lining”*, this will give me time to make the necklace 😉
    Thanks a lot for sharing your talent!

    *Is this expression properly used here?

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