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6 strands of Turquoise and Pearls


About this design:

I did 6 chains of beads crocheted with a simple chain stitch and braided them all together. I created the 'button & loop' clasp with a cabachon and wire spiral.

Components:

Turquoise chips, pearls and silver circles



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  1. Lynn Eileen Chicky LE
    Lynn Eileen Chicky LE says:

    Lovely bracelet and very clever toggle idea! :D

  2. Shannon aka Silly Chick
    Shannon aka Silly Chick says:

    OOOOOO so clever Dragon Stars! Love the clasp concept – very inventive! Beautiful piece!!

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    Luv2bead - Little Chick says:

    Pretty!

  4. Anita QoG Funny Chick
    Anita QoG Funny Chick says:

    Beautiful!!! I do alot of bead & wire crocheting too!!! I love the dramatic affects you can achieve!! Great combination!!!

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    Jeannes Gems - Gem Chick says:

    I never knew that about you Anita – you really do have to share some of your designs!!

    Dragon Stars – this is another beautiful crocheted design! It sounds like you taught yourself? or did you take a class?
    I crochet with yarn, but am afraid to take the plunge with wire.

  6. Cuban Queen Crazy Chick
    Cuban Queen Crazy Chick says:

    Wow, great necklace, Dragon Stars!! I love combining turquoise and white pearls. You did a fabulous job. :D

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    Mary S - Sweet Chick says:

    Stunning! I never learned how to crochet and it’s something I’ll probably never learn to do. But this makes me wish I had!!! I love it!

  8. Dragon Stars
    Dragon Stars says:

    Gem Chick – One of my neighbor’s taught me when I was a little girl. You should take the plunge with wire. I would suggest using the craft wire and a K hook to learn on.

  9. Kitty Chicky Cat
    Kitty Chicky Cat says:

    WOW! Cool!

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