DIY Chokers Jewelry Making Tutorials

Chokers are for everyone, not just limited to those who have the love of the art of goth or for those who love to cosplay as their favorite characters. Chokers are worn around the neck, but not as loose as normal necklaces but instead snug so that the choker will be able to stay around the neck. These chokers are usually embellished with beads or fabric or made with beads or crochet together.  They have jewelry making tutorials for chokers and it is not complicated as you think it is.

Chokers, like any other type of jewelry, are easy to make and, of course, is possible to be crafted as you please, according to any of your designs. Like so many other designs all over the internet that is on display, is not out of reach, and you yourself are able to achieve the same designs, because there are many jewelry making tutorials that is available on the internet.

These beaded chokers are pretty straightforward and these jewelry making tutorials are easy to follow. You can change the colors of these chokers according to the occasion.

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Tutorial by BethTutorial by la-chatte-noire

 

tutorial by B4Pbakup

 

These lacy chokers can be worn to a garden party or if you are just out for a stroll or planning for a picnic day out!

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Tutorial by MaeganTutorial by Cat Morley

 

 

Or maybe you could pair it up with a normal necklace like the video tutorial below!

Tutorial by TheFashionNMakeup

 

These tutorials uses other different materials, such as elastic strings, chain,  or cords!

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 Tutorial by Kat R. tutorial by

 

Chokers was a big hit back in the 90s and the trend never actually dies as it came back a big hit! So right now, even if the trend is not as popular as before, it only takes time before the trend starts to hype up again. So better late than sorry, and learn how to make these chokers with these jewelry making tutorials so that you are prepared when the trend hits again!

Happy crafting!

 

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