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Copyright, November 30, 2004
Tisa Enterprises, All Rights Reserved

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Christmas Button Choker Crochet Pattern


The following pattern is my original design.
Please only copy or print this pattern for personal use.
Please contact me if you find any errors.



Lion Chenille Sensations -small amount of Forest Green
Hook Size H
Yarn Needle
1" Button (holes in the button need to be large enough to accomodate your needle)

Stitches: ch, sl st, sc.

Difficulty: EASY

R1: Ch5, sc in 2nd ch from hook and in ea rem ch.

R2: Ch1, turn. Sc in first sc. Ch2. Sk next 2 sts. Sc in last sc.

R3: Ch1, turn. Sc in first sc. 2sc in ch-2 sp. Sc in last sc.

Alternate repeating R2 and R3 until choker fits neck and barely overlaps.
Fasten off.


Using a yarn needle and same yarn, sew on a 1" button. The button
should fit through one of the ch-2 sps to secure the choker.

NOTE: Depending on which button you choose, you may need to use a sewing
needle and a coordinating thread to attach your button. If the button is decorative
you might want to wear it in front... if not just turn the choker around to hide
the button.






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