Knitted i-cord necklace tutorial!

Published on August 25, 2020 By Chloe Bailey 1 min read

Chloe Bailey's stash busting i-cord knitted necklace is the perfect little project to use some old yarn! Super fun and easy to make, you'll be make loads of these.

This chunky i-cord necklace is a super fun stash buster and the perfect project, whether you’re a knitter or a crocheter there’s a tutorial version for everyone!

Materials

Pro Tip

Add some glamour to your necklace and hold the t-shirt yarn double with a glitter thread! I have used Ricorumi Lame in Silver. Just be careful with your tension as the t-shirt yarn will be stretchier than the glitter yarn, so make sure you keep your tension relaxed and the yarns held evenly whilst being worked together.

1

With 12mm needles, leave a long starting tail (10-12 inches) and cast on 3.

2

 Knit each stitch.

3

Slip each stitch back on to the left hand needle.

4

Repeat steps 1 and 2. After the first few rounds, the i-cord will begin to look like a round cord. Repeat until you have a total of 45 i-cord rounds, or until the necklace measures the desired length.

5

When you have completed step 2 for the final time, cast off the 3 stitches and fasten off. Cut the yarn end to your desired length for tying your necklace in a knot or bow. 

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Chloe Bailey

Chloe is a knitting and crochet addict, a maker, designer, and lover of all things yarn! She can't resist trying new crafts, and have approximately 101 projects on the go at any time! Chloe loves making things for those she loves, as well as for her home, and she has so much fun creating new designs to share with all you fabulous makers!

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