When I made my Kiki’s Delivery Service Sign I made the cutest broom that I had to share the pattern because it’s so charming and really easy to make! This is only the beginning of my Halloween-inspired DIY projects I have plenty of other crochet, non-crochet, and recipes that I cannot wait to share with you all. If you end up making this witch’s broom necklace please send me a picture because I would love to see your version!
If you would like to support me for making this crochet pattern available for free, you can send me a Ko-fi. Check out all of my free crochet patterns here and my shop to see my original crocheted items.
*DISCLAIMER: Links included in this post might be affiliate links. If you make a purchase with the links I provide, I may receive a small commission at no additional charge to you.
– G/4.25 mm crochet hook (my favorite hook)
– Light brown worsted weight yarn
– Slanted tapestry needle (I use these)
– Necklace or cord
ch(s) – chains
st(s) – stitch(es)
slst – slip stitch (same as join)
sc – single crochet
hdc – half double crochet
dc – double crochet
flo – front loop only
blo – back loop only
cc – color change
dec – decrease (same as sc2tog) (single two st together)
inc – increase (make 2sc in a single st)
(x_) – repeat (_) amount of times
[x_] – repeat everything inside the [_] times amount of times
The pattern is written in US terms
This pattern uses a magic circle. Magic circle instructions here.
If you have any problems with this pattern feel free to contact me so that I can make corrections to the pattern.
With G hook and light brown yarn
Round 1: magic circle, sc 6 sts. Total = 6 sts
Round 2: sc 6 sts until you reach your desired length (I crocheted 10-12 rows). Total = 6 sts
Round 3: [dec 1, sc 1](3x). Total = 3 sts
Cut off and leave a long tail for sewing
With the same yarn cut around 30 strands 6-inch pieces of yarn. With one of the yarn ends weave through the outside of the broomstick and continue to add more and more pieces of yarn until you reach your desired bristle width. Next, trim the yarn bristles to whatever length you fancy. Finally, tie a piece of yarn over 1/4 of the bristles and double knot to secure this in place.
Now weave the cord through the tip of the broom and secure the end of the cord with a knot. Now you have an adorable broom necklace you can wear all October long!
Do you love witches?
Leave a Reply