Tuesday, April 2, 2013

Hemp Beaded Dog Collar Crochet Pattern

Hemp Beaded Dog Collar 
Crochet Pattern
By Sara Sach of
 Posh Pooch Designs
Rosie Bell And Maximo look Springy
 in her new Collar!
The is a Wonderful and Easy Beginner project, 
for Summer.
This Collar can easily made into a necklace or bracelet for you.
Measure and make it at the length you want or need.
This pattern can be stitched in Jute/ hemp, or Worsted Weight (4) yarn, or Cotton yarn.
And Whatever Beads you choose:
Glass, Wooden, plastic or polymer clay.

See The Video On my Youtube Crochet
Channel At This LINK

Hemp Dog Collar Crochet Pattern By Sara Sach
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Skill : Easy

Hook- H / 5.00MM
Hemp - about 1 oz
Beads - 15 or more
Tape Measure
Yarn needle

Chain (ch)
Single Crochet (sc)
Slip Stitch ( sl st)

Size: Adjustable - 3 chs = 1 inch + 1 ch

Getting Started:
First thing you need to do is measure your dog's neck.
Or your wrist or length for a necklace for you.

Pattern :

R: 1 - Lace the beads onto the hemp, and pull them forward.  Ch 37,

( for a 12 inch neck. add or subtract 3 chs per inch + 1 ch. 
If you added or subtracted length you will need 
to adjust the amount of beads, as well.)

1 sc in the 2nd ch from the hook, and in each ch, ch 1 turn. (36 sc)

R: 2 - 1 sc in the first 3 sc,  * push 1 bead  toward the hook,
 1 sc in the next 3 sc,
Repeat From * across row. Continue Until there are only 3 sc left,
 1 sc in the last 3 sc, ch 1 turn. if there are left over beads just push them forward
and you can remove them at the end of the project.

R: 3 - 1 sc in each sc, Ch1.
Place the ends together and st 3 slsts across both ends, tie off weave in the ends.

Optional -Toggle Button :

R: 3 - 1 sc in each sc, attach ch to the opposite corner of this end to 
form a loop for the button hole. 5 sc on the button hole loop, 
tie off and weave in your ends.

Lace 3 of the pony beads onto a 10 inch piece of the hemp. 
Push them tight and tie a knot. Attach them to opposite send of the Collar,
 tying securely. 
 If your button hole is too big, and the toggle slips through, 
sew up the button hole to make it smaller.

Have fun!

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