Crocheted Feather Necklace

I first saw this pendant in the Creative Crochet Crew – The Group. People were talking about it and some of us were trying to figure out how did the designer make it. The designer wrote briefly what she does on her blog but she has no pattern written up. So I asked her if she wouldn’t mind I use her idea in my design and write up a pattern. To my surprise she say yes. Thanks Regina Rioux for the inspiration. See Regina and her fabulous creations on her blog in this link http://reginarioux.blogspot.com/2012/07/crocheted-feather-pendants.html
Now after making two of these using different thickness of yarns, so many ideas come to mind. Do imagine making this using bulky yarns and make a skirt for a little girls  party dress? Must be fun.
Difficulty: Super Easy
Yarns: Any size and type of yarns.
Hook: Any size to go with the size of yarns you are using
Here I am using my left over Angora Batik/DK size and hook size E/3.5mm and B/2.25mm. You can make it into a smaller size pendant by using crochet threads.
A 10 mm split ring or a bail.
A leather string
 
Finished size: 6 inches
 
Stitches Used:
Ch = chain

 

Sl st = slip stitch

 

Before blocking
In this feather necklace lace silk yarn is used. The final size is 4.5 inches or 1.5 inches shorter than the one above.
Download PDF from Ravelry.

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