Due to our feminal nature, we women are constantly on the hunt for unique accessories, and that especially applies to jewelry. When you browse stores for new jewelry, everything starts to look the same to me. Didnâ€™t you just see that necklace somewhere else? Doesnâ€™t your friend own this bracelet? Itâ€™s hard to be one-of-a-kind â€” unless youâ€™re a crafter, of course.
Crochet and tatting are ideal crafts for jewelry. You can create loops and knots all kinds of crazy shapes. You can crochet around existing jewelry to give it a new look. Move that hook anywhere you want!
Classic pendants get an update when theyâ€™re paired with modern chains and beads. A perfect last-minute handmade gift for friends, these pendants can be crocheted in any color. Donâ€™t worry if youâ€™re not a jewelry expert. The only jewelry knowledge youâ€™ll need is opening and closing jump rings â€” no problem for a beginner.
It occurred to you that you could crochet a headband bow, but did you ever think about miniaturizing that bow to make a cute pair of earrings? These bow earrings are the perfect little package for yourself or as a gift for a friend.
It takes a very small amount of yarn or thread to crochet a pair of earrings. These cobalt earrings use a beautiful cobalt shade of crochet thread. Top them off with a clear bead to add just the right amount of sparkle.
This Lacy Bracelet looks store-bought, but itâ€™s actually handmade. Make a couple in your favorite colors to coordinate with multiple outfits, or just make one in a neutral color so you can wear it all the time.
You really have to think outside the box when it comes to crochet jewelry. Shuttle tatting is a lesser-known craft involving knots, stitches, and lace patterns that come together to form delicate loops and picots. Take a look at this necklace as an example. The link below will show you how to make this necklace, plus how to make a bracelet, earrings, and other tiny embellishments.