How to Crochet a Button Charm Necklace

comments (8) March 10th, 2009     

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You can use buttons, beads, or charms to vary the look!
This is all you need to make this project.
Make a sketch to figure out the placement and measurements.
You can use buttons, beads, or charms to vary the look!

You can use buttons, beads, or charms to vary the look!

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Now begin chaining your first extension, however long you want that to be (I made mine 1-1/2 inches). At the end of this chain, slide your first button up against the hook, then slipstitch your way back up the chain to the marker.


Chain the length of the extension and slide the first button up to the hook...

...then slipstitch back up the extension chain to the marker. The button will be anchored at the end of the extension.

This completes your first extension. Remove the marker and chain the length of the space between your extensions (2 inches for me).


Continue chaining to the next extension.

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Comments (8)

Nodan writes: Beautiful! I think if the chain of your necklace is made of metal, the necklace may be beautiful as well.
Posted: 3:13 am on January 31st
AZAmethystGirl writes: Love this Tutorial as I have many unique & beautiful vintage
beads in many fantastic shapes. WOW!! Need to touch up on
my Crochet skills Have been wanting to relearn for a while
now!

Posted: 8:31 pm on March 11th
samsstuff writes: Cute idea! Thank you for posting this.
Posted: 11:35 am on February 18th
aeglos writes: Hobby Lobby has some great buttons and stuff. I work there so I see a lot of this. You can find them either in fabrics and/or by the t-shirts.
Posted: 11:23 pm on September 4th
ifthebirdsknew writes: now if i could only find the rad buttons to make such a sweet necklace....it's super purdy. thanks
Posted: 3:43 pm on March 14th
slavetobeads writes: I have collected some nice vintage beads will give this simple quick and fun project a try. thanks for sharing this.
Posted: 2:35 pm on March 14th
Loves2spin writes: What a sweet necklace and nice project. I will definitely be trying this. Thank you so much!
Posted: 10:08 am on March 14th
becinator writes: I think that is a very cute and stylish idea for the buttons or larger beads.
Posted: 1:18 pm on March 10th
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