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Crochet Jewelry Question for Help

Hello my crafty friends,

I have been looking at a lot of my magazines lately because I wanted  to look for a nice necklace and earrings set for a friends birthday present.  I have only really found 1 that I like and its more of a choker type style which surprised me a lot because I normally wouldn’t ever pick out something like that for this frieend.

The other thing I really was surprised with was that I didn’t care for many of the designs I saw.  I had thought I might try to find a few ideas and maybe add them to my items I sell on ESTY and at the craft fairs I do in the fall prior to Chistmas.  Is it just me being overly picky or it there a secret place where some crochet jewelry is hiding because after perusing magazines as far back as 4 years I was feeling someone deflated.

The reason I am trying to find patterns for making jewelry is that I made a mistake awhile back and bought a large amount of size 10 thread that I would like to get rid of it as its one of those things that I will not usually use  regularly and rather than throwing it out I want to get something for it and I felt it would be a great skill building opportunity.

So may I please ask for your help, do you know of a great spot to find “easy” crochet jewelry for me to learn how to do.  I really appreciate any help you may be able to provide me with.

“For some time now I have dreamed of becoming a crochet designer. So when I contacted Elann and they gave me a chance, I was thrilled to work with them and their high quality yarns. Please help me support my yarn provider of choice by supporting them. You can find many of my patterns for sale on their website at www.elann.com or on their Facebook page www.facebook.com/elanncomcrochet”

Have a great weekend!

Corinne

For some time now I have dreamed of becoming a crochet designer. So when I contacted Elann and they gave me a chance, I was thrilled to work with them and their high quality yarns. Please help me support my yarn provider of choice by supporting them. You can find many of my patterns for sale on their website at www.elann.com or their Facebook page

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