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Beaded Double Crochet Tutorial

Beaded Double Crochet - Crochet Stitch Tutorial

Do you love crocheting and beading? Well then, you just combine the two. This post will explain to you how I crocheted the beaded double crochet (BDC). It is actually very easy.

What you will need:

So first you will need some beads that are 1/8 inches in diameter, some #2 yarn, a needle (I used a bendable one with an adjustable eye, see the video to get a better idea) and a 2.75mm hook. That’s all.

 

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Instructions:

First you add the beads onto the yarn using the needle and push them back as much as you can.

Then you either make a foundation double crochet (fdc) or a chain with a row of double crochet. Then I slip stitched to connect the ends and and go in rounds.

 

Then for the second round, started with making a chain of 3 and then I used normal double crochets, but every other one I added a bead. Very easy.
Beaded Double Crochet
So when you make a double crochet, you yarn over, pull through, yarn over, pull through 2, add the bead, yarn over and pull through 2. Done. To understand exactly I added the beads, please watch the video below.

 

Here is also the Video tutorial on how to crochet a beaded double crochet (BDC):

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PATTERN FOR BEADED BRACELET AVAILABLE HERE:

FREE PATTERN: Beaded Bracelet

 

 

Tutorial: Beaded Double Crochet (BDC) – Crochet Stitch Tutorial was last modified: June 6th, 2017 by Nicole Riley

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11 thoughts on “Tutorial: Beaded Double Crochet (BDC) – Crochet Stitch Tutorial”

    1. This weekend I will publish the pattern. Mine is a wrist band. It is very pretty?
      It can also be used for headbands, gloves, hats, scarfs. I do not know if I would use it for blankets. Also washing needs to be considered. I guess hand wash only. And mild detergent.
      Hope that helps?

  1. Hi! I have made a few crochet bracelets with beads and they are really beautiful! I would like to try this next! Very pretty and unique. I will need to head out to the store for #2 yarn because I only have #4 and crochet thread. I am excited to try this – maybe for a hat! Thanks for sharing! H~ P.S. Do I detect a slight German accent?

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