April 30

Knotted I-Cord Necklace Tutorial

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Sometimes, yarn doesn't have to meet a hook to make beautiful things. Sometimes, you just need a fork! A lucet fork that is. These step by step video guides will show you how to create 3 necklaces in this knotted i-cord necklace tutorial.

And April's Stash Buster of the Month!

Furls Lucet Fork Crochet Tool

Haven't used a Lucet Fork yet? Check out my tutorial and review on the Furls Lucet Fork!

For each necklace, take into account the length of each i-cord, the amount used for the knot, and how many strands per knot. A one-stranded necklace will use less that a three-stranded necklace. 

Play around with length until you find it's perfect for you!

The Box Knot I-Cord Necklace

I cord knot necklace crochet tutorial
Box Knot by Crystalized Designs

First, let's talk about the box knot. This is not a normal box knot, but a more unique knot that has a square-ish shape. Learn how to create this knot in the video below. It will show a single strand, as well as multiple.

The Pipa Knot I-Cord Necklace

i cord pipa knot crochet necklace tutorial
Pipa Knot by Crystalized Designs

Second, the Pipa Knot. And what a beautiful know it is! (My Fav!) This is quite different from the box knot above. Less bulky and more sleek in design. It's absolutely stunning to wear.

The Trinity Knot I-Cord Necklace

I cord necklace Trinity Knot crochet tutorial

Last, but definitely not least, the Trinity Knot. Simple elegance is how I would describe this design. Again, with any of these necklaces, length can really make a difference. A statement.  This triangle shape looks great hanging low as an accent piece or closer to the neckline.

Want to make more with i-cord? Click on the pictures below to take you to the free patterns!

More About Crystalized Designs

Making one, or many ? I’d certainly love to see! Post any pictures to the Crystalized Designs Facebook Page or join the Crystalized Designs Facebook Group and post on the wall! Posting pictures may win you free patterns. Enjoyed this free gingham tissue crochet pattern? Leave a comment below!

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