I was gifted 2 of these adorable Pinecone charms from Uppercase Living's new line. It immediately got my wheels turning and I decided to make 2 adorable necklaces using the charm. Now, this could easily be used on just a ribbon as it is so adorable. Instead I decided to use up some of my craft supplies. There is a great set of instructions HERE or you can see below.
Needed, thin gage wire, H size crochet hook, beads of various sizes, necklace clasps.
Take A LOT of wire, A LOT and begin stringing beads. There is no need to follow a pattern, but space out the larger ones.
Once you have strung enough beads to go around your neck 4-5 or more times you are ready.
To begin crocheting use a single stitch, or the chain row on the farthest end from the bead stringing. This might take some patience, but I have found that taking 6 beads at a time, running them down the wire and crocheting them in place is the easiest way to do this. You can grab more then one bead per stitch, but I wouldn't grab to many.
Once you have all the beads stitched in place you can now fold over and twist to create a necklace of your choice.
I took the pinecone and put it exactly opposite of the jewelry clasp.
I do need to apologize for the pictures, they aren't the best, hopefully you get the idea!