...is found almost everywhere. When you find one with a red center it is very unusual and folklore says that it is lucky. Queen Anne's Lace got its name when Queen Anne was working on her needlework, pricked her finger and a small drop of blood fell on the weed...thus Queen Anne's Lace.
This necklace is very soft against the neckline. One single flower with a red center on hand-dyed felted wool. The back is lined with linen. I've used an older crochet technique to create the necklace tube and crocheted small circles to imitate Queen Annes Lace flowers. There are three small flowers with a glass bead center. I've attached the pendent with crochet flower loops in which the buttons on the pendent attach. Additional pendents will be available so that you can change them as you wish. The necklace closes with a simple button in the back.
This is an original design. There may be slight variations when I recreate this design.
Necklace: 18 inches, 45.72 centimeters
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