Robin Hunter

for Robin Hunter Designs   2010

The Blossom Necklace

Hunter says: "I make jewellery just for fun in addition to my design work. I enjoy the instant gratification that comes from an evening of bead or wire work as it’s easy to complete a project in a single sitting. In comparison knitting is just soooo slow. This project combines the best of both worlds. It’s knitting but there isn’t very much of it. The first necklace I made had strangers asking where they could get one of their own. You can make as many or as few blossoms as you want and it’s a great project to carry around in your purse. The pattern is purposely written as more of a general guideline, as opposed to a specific pattern, to inspire your creativity and as a great way to use up your yarn scraps." Hunter suggests fingering to worsted weights, and needles appropriate to your yarn choice.

Pattern Detail

  • no charts
  • no schematics
  • sewing required
  • all season
  • straight (flat)
  • size customizable
  • digital PDF has 4 pages (letter size)
  • beginner
Click below for more images and yarn requirements
Greenblossom_edited-1 Blueblossom_edited-1 Orangeblossom_edited-1 The_blossom_necklace_final_pdf.pdf-2data

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