I’m glad to have Felicity from BellaTuBoheme back to share the crochet pattern for a pretty, last-minute accessory. The Pixie-Goth Lace-Up Choker is easy to make while busting through your yarn, button, and ribbon stash to use up small remnants!
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About Felicity Kiser
Felicity is a Texas born and raised textile artist who has been passionate about needlecrafts for nearly 20 years. Art-forms she enjoys include embroidery, crochet, and knitting, to name just a few, and she’s currently learning to felt. She’s the indie yarn dyer and designer behind BellaTuBoheme, an Etsy shop where she sells fibre and fashion items. Her favorite colors are purple, green, blue, and orange. She prefers tea to coffee, and she’s an Aquarius. One of her favorite pastimes is cuddling up with her two kitties, a movie, and some yarn for a few hours of quiet creating.
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Pixie-Goth Lace-Up Choker
Crochet Pattern by BellaTuBoheme
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This project is a good stash-buster, as I designed it to use up a variety of different odds and ends. It is perfect for those chilly, sunny days in early Spring or Autumn when it’s too warm for a heavy scarf but cool enough to require some extra coverage.
- 10g fingering weight yarn
- 10g worsted weight yarn
- Tapestry needle
- One button (1/2inch or larger)
- A yard of ribbon
- 2mm crochet hook
- 4mm crochet hook
- With fingering weight yarn and 2mm crochet hook, ch 88.
- Row 1: dc in 6th ch from hook,*ch 1, skip 1 st, dc in next st** to end of row. Ch 4 (counts as 1 dc and ch-1 space of next row). Turn.
- Rows 2-7: Skip 1st two sts (last dc and ch-2 space from previous row), dc in next st. *Ch 1, skip 1 st, dc in next st* * to end of row. Ch 4. Turn.
- At the end of row 7, ch 1 instead of 4. Turn.
- Edging: 3 sc into first ch-1 space, *sc in next sc, sc in next ch-1 space* * across row to last ch-1 space. 3 sc into last ch-1 space. Instead of turning, continue down the side of your fabric, making 18 more sc evenly along the edge. Continue along the underside of work now, sc evenly across the bottom of each st until the corner, make 3 sc in corner st, and then continue up the last edge again making 18 sc evenly up the side. Join with sl st to first sc. End off. Weave in ends.
- With worsted weight yarn and size 4mm crochet hook, ch 5 and join with slst to form ring.
- Round 1: Ch 6, *dc into ring, ch 3.** Repeat from * 4 times, slst into 3rd ch of first ch-6 to join. (5 Petals made)
- Round 2: Ch 1, *sc, hdc, 3 dc, hdc, sc** in each ch-3 space around. Slst in beginning ch 1 to join.
- Round 3: Ch 1, slst around first base dc (first Round 1 dc) from the back. *Ch 6, slst around next base dc.** Repeat from * all the way around. Join with slst in beginning slst. (5 Petals made)
- Round 4: Ch 1, *sc, hdc, 2 dc, 2 tr, 2dc, hdc, sc** in each ch 6 space around. Slst in beginning ch 1 to join.
- End off and weave in ends.
- Using your button as an anchor through the middle of the flower, attach them both by sewing to one side of your finished collar. To wear, run the ribbon through one corner of the mesh, place the collar around your neck with the edges meeting in front, and lace the ribbon through the spaces in the mesh on both edges as you would a shoe or a corset, skipping 1 space between each laced space to give you a nicely defined criss-cross. Finish with a bow.
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© 2019 by Felicity Kiser (BellaTuBoheme) and published with permission by Underground Crafter. This pattern is for personal use only. You may use the pattern to make unlimited items for yourself, for charity, or to give as gifts. You may sell items you personally make by hand from this pattern. Do not violate Felicity’s copyright by distributing this pattern or the photos in any form, including but not limited to scanning, photocopying, emailing, or posting on a website or internet discussion group. If you want to share the pattern, point your friends to this link: https://undergroundcrafter.com/blog/2019/01/21crochet-pattern-pixie-goth-lace-up-choker-by-bellatuboheme. Thanks for supporting indie designers!
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