Elizabeth Collar

simple yet elegant vintage looking collar


Looking for a simple yet elegant vintage collar?


elegant crochet collar in blue crochet thread

My 18 year old daughter loves this type of vintage look.  This would also be a nice accessory for a steampunk type costume or cosplay. 

The pattern that I created is rather simple.  Just 6 rows!  You'll be finished with it in about an hour.  Make sure you choose a small button perhaps a wooden button or a small metal one.  



elegant crochet collar in blue thread
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Materials:

Aunt Lydia's® Classic Crochet Thread Size 10 or another brand of size 10 crochet thread

Susan Bates Steel Crochet Hook Size 7 (1.5 mm)
small button
Buttons Galore Button Bonanza-Natural
and needle to sew the button on
yarn needle (optional)
materials cotton thread, crochet hook, needle, yarn needle and scissors


Stiches:

dc = double crochet; yarn over and insert your hook into the stitch, yarn over and pull up a loop, you now have 3 loops on your hook, yarn over and pull through the first 2 loops, yarn over and pull through the last 2 loops.

ss = slip stitch; insert your hook into the stitch and pull your working yarn through the stitch and the loop that was already on your hook.

sc = single crochet; insert your hook into the stitch, yarn over and pull up a loop, you now have 2 loops on your hook, yarn over and pull through both.

shell = 5 double crochet in the same stitch

If you would like to crochet along with a video, I have one on my youtube channel


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Chain 133

Row 1:  Dc in the 3rd stitch from the hook and in all stitches across the row

Row 2:  Turn your work, Ch 3, SKIP 1 stitch, sc, ch 3, skip 1, sc REPEAT across the row

Row 3: Turn your work, ch 3 sc in the first ch 3 space, 5 DC in the next ch 3 space, sc in the next, 5 dc in the next space, repeat across the row, sc in the final ch 3 space

crochet collar row 3


Row 4: Turn your work, Ch 4, sc in the 3rd dc of the first shell, ch 4, sc in the sc between the 2 shells, ch 4, sc in the middle of the next shell, ch 4, sc in the sc between the shells, repeat across



crochet collar row 4

Row 5:  Turn your work, ch 4, sc in ch 4 sp, ch 4, sc in the next space, ch 4, sc in the next space, repeat across the row

Row 6:  Turn your work, ch 4, sc in the first ch 4 space, dc 5 ch 3, dc 5 in the next ch 4 sp, sc in the next space, ch 4, sc in the next space, dc 5 ch 3, dc 5 in the next space, sc in the next space, ch 4, sc in the next space repeat 


close up of crochet collar in blue cotton crochet thread


At the end of the row, ss to row 2 and chain 6 or 7 depending on your button, ss into the first row, and weave your ends in
finished crochet collar with button in blue cotton crochet thread

Sew a button on the other end of the coller.  I used the tail from the start of the project to sew the button on rather than adding another thread.


completed crochet collar with button in blue cotton crochet thread

crochet collar and title Elizabeth Collar
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Comments

  1. So pretty! I've pinned this page and am thinking of adding some beads. One question, though. If I want to change the length, how many stitches is the pattern repeat? I'm sure I could figure that out but assume you already have.

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  2. Thank you.
    Add or subtract at least 9 stitches in the starting chain. So that you have a complete extra point or getting rid of one of the points on the collar. I think Beads would look lovely at the ends of each point.

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