Craftypod Jewelry Projects

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Dianes Gillelands How to Crochet a Wire Flower Pendant is easy to follow no matter what your jewelry-making skill level is.

Diane's Gilleland's How to Crochet a Wire Flower Pendant is easy to follow no matter what your jewelry-making skill level is.

Photo: Susan Beal

Diane Gilleland—also known as Sister Diane—leader of the Portland Church of Craft, writes a fantastic blog called CraftyPod that pairs biweekly podcasts on all things crafty with written posts and tutorials. One of her newest how-tos recently caught my eye: How to Crochet a Wire Flower Pendant, Check out the images to see how cute these pieces are!

Her easy-to-follow style and fabulous photos make her projects remarkably accessible no matter what your jewelry skill level is! I had never crocheted in my life before I saw her earlier tutorial. I used it to whip up a pretty little bead-and-wire-crochet bracelet—pretty exciting for a total newcomer to the craft.

You can see all of her jewelry-making posts, recycled magazine jewelry, and washer-and-yarn pendants.

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Comments (3)

GrammieB writes: I haven't done wire crochet, but probably will now.
Thanks for sharing with us.
Barb659
Posted: 10:44 pm on July 13th
Jen_sewandsox writes: I don't crochet or make jewelry but I want to try this! Thanks for the tutorial.
Posted: 9:41 pm on April 14th
qdpatooties writes: Really cool. I wonder how it would look with the metallic embroidery thread? I'm thinking about trying it and using the stiff starch product on the embroidery thread itself after I've crocheted the flower.

Anyway, got to try it!
Posted: 9:39 am on April 13th
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