Crochet Cherry Necklaces For Kids, Or Adults!

by Jessica Amey

Since learning how to crochet I’ve always preferred working on little projects as they are so much quicker to finish. I do have lots of blankets on the go and finished a small one recently with another bigger one close behind but I find I can only work on them a little bit at a time as I find I get bored and want to move onto something else! Mr C doesn’t understand it at all and says he would only be able to work on one thing at a time until it was finished but I just can’t do it!

These crocheted cherry necklaces and really easy and take no time at all to make. I can even finish them before getting bored!


I made them as a guest post for the lovely ladies over at Little Button Diaries, they guest posted for me a little while ago and showed you how to make this super cute felt rainbow purse. They have so many great projects over on their blog so do go and check them out 🙂

Things have been really quiet on here recently as we moved house last weekend and everything has been so hectic that crafting and blogging have taken a back step but we are slowly getting back to normality and have lots of creative ideas we want to put into practice soon so it won’t be long until I am posting regularly again, well fairly regularly 😉

We have moved down to the coast and I find that looking out to sea makes me feel so inspired and I can’t wait to take a crochet project down there to work on while the kids are splashing in the sea. The weather is finally starting to warm up too making it the perfect time to wear these cherry necklaces. They are great for brightening up the outfits of kids and grown ups alike!

I used bright shades but if you prefer more toned down colours then you can obviously just adjust the shade of yarn you use.

You can find the full tutorial HERE.

cherry necklace 1

You might also like these crocheted worry dolls.

Or these crocheted Minion Goggles.

Or these crocheted dream catchers!

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