This is my own version of the Sweetheart Beaded Choker by Oombawka Design. I fell in love with this the first time I saw it a couple of months ago. I was able to post this photo in Instagram and Facebook but failed to write about it despite several attempts. While I was doing this, I've been wondering why it was so named. "Sweetheart," intrigued, I read the post a number of times to get an idea as to the story behind it. I gave the photos a scrutiny. Do the beads have anything to do with the name? Hmmm, I don't think so!
How about the stitches --- the special stitch. Oh, yes, could it be the shell stitch? Two hdc, ch 2, two hdc. Oh, well, I rest my case to Rhondda to reveal the making of her Sweetheart Beaded Choker. Rhondda is the person behind Oombawka Design.
I liked working on this pattern. It was very easy to follow. Doing the shell stitches was so addicting, I had no difficulty memorizing the steps as I went along. I was able to finish the choker in a few minutes.
By the way, I already made a second choker, as requested by a friend, using the same pattern but with some modifications. Not only that. I also discovered another of her bracelet patterns. Now, I couldn't wait to make another post!
Thank you, Oombawka Designs, for sharing your creation! I'm wearing this with our office uniform.