Beaded Wire Daisy Pendant
This uses a heavier 0.8mm (20 gauge) wire so be careful of your fingers
Double Crochet (UK)
Single Crochet (USA)
Materials: Copper wire 0.8mm (20 gauge), 4.25mm/ size G crochet hook, Leather lace (I used brown to tone with the copper), 60 green glass seed beeds
Stitches used: ch - Chain Stitch
ss - slip stitch
dc - Double Crochet (sc - Single Crochet - USA)
3Bo - 3 X treble bobble (3Bo - 3 X double bobble)
st - stitch
3Bo - *yarn over hook, insert hook into next st, yarn over hook and draw through loop* repeat from * to * 2 more times into same st (you will have several stitches on the hook do not worry this is correct), yarn over and draw through all the loops
Leave approximately 35cm/ 14 inch length of wire at the start of pattern
Round 1. Make 6 ch, 1 ss into the 1st ch to form a circle
Round 2. 3 ch, **yarn over hook, insert hook into next st, yarn over hook and draw loop through**, repeat from ** to ** 1 more time into same st (you will have several stitches on the hook do not worry this is correct), yarn over and draw through all the loops, 5 ch, ***3Bo, 5ch*** , repeat from *** to *** 4 more times, sl st to join row
Round 3: 1 ch, ****7 dc (7 sc USA) into 5 ch space, 1 dc (1 sc USA) into the top of bobble from previous round **** repeat from ****to **** 5 more times, sl st to join at end
To add the seed beads:
Using the length of wire we left at the start of the pendant (approx. 35cm/ 14 inch), weave wire through to the front of the pendant in-between a bobble close to the centre. Thread 10 seed beads onto the wire and weave wire through to the back of the work as near as possible to the st it came out of (but do not use the same stitch). Repeat all around the centre of the pendant (5 more times).
Weave all ends into back of the pendant making sure there are no sharp wires.
You can use a file (Nail file will do) if you find any.
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