Beaded Dog Collar - Free Crochet pattern - #12 of the
12 Collars of Christmas
But there is so much more to come!
I love how this Collar turned out.
I love it so much I am going to make some for me to wear.
It is elegant and fun at the same time.
So many different looks.
Change the yarn color and the bead style
and you have a whole different look.
Sparkle Beaded Collar Crochet Pattern by Sara Sach
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Skill : Easy
Hook - H
22 silver pony beads
Yarn: Worsted weight (4)Green or Raspberry Sparkle yarn by "I Love This yarn".
Slip Stitch (sl st)
Single Crochet (sc)
Half Double crochet ( hdc)
Double crochet ( dc)
Feed 20 of the 22 silver pony bead on the yarn, slip them forward and ch 33.
The last 2 beads will be used on the ties.
R: 1 - ( push the beads forward, they will not used until R:2)
1 hdc in the second ch from the hook, 1 hdc in each ch across, ch 1 turn
R: 2 - 1 hdc in the first 6 sts, pull up 1 bead, 1 hdc in the next st, pull up 1 bead,
1 hdc in the next st, continue this pattern for 18 more sts, making sure to push
the bead to the front of the collar, ( 20 beaded hdcs)
1 hdc in each of the last 6 sts, ch 1 turn.
skip the next st, repeat from * across, 1 sc in the last st, tie off.
Ties : make 2
Lace one bead on the yarn, push the bead forward, ch 30,
push the bead to the hook and do 1 dc in the end of the ch,
ss back down the ch , tie off leaving about a 8 inch tail to attach to the end of the collar.
I really enjoyed designing and making this these collars.
I wanted to try this style of beading and thought a dog collar would be a great place
to learn it. It is actually very simple
and has really cool look to it.
Now that 12 weeks of Christmas collars are done...
don't worry I already have a few ideas
for some more free crochet patterns.
Do you have any ideas for crochet patterns or dog related items you would like a pattern for?