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30+ Vintage Jewelry Patterns

By: Maggie Flynn, Editor, allfreejewelrymaking.com
Updated August 28, 2018
Vintage Jewelry Patterns

Take a trip back in time with these DIY vintage jewelry patterns! You'll find necklaces to make from the Jazz Age, DIY pendants that could pass for antiques, and bracelet patterns fit for a queen. These lovely jewelry tutorials show that good design is timeless. There's no reason DIY jewelry can't take a few history lessons while looking stylish; and, these 30+ Vintage Jewelry Patterns show you how to use that with ease. Many of these patterns provide the chance to re-use old or broken jewelry pieces, allowing you to put a new spin on traditional looks.

You'd be surprised at how easy it is to capture the aesthetic style of vintage jewelry with materials right in your own home. Some of the DIY jewelry patterns put a twist on the charm years gone by, while others recapture the look of those years in new and surprising ways. No matter the pattern, each of these projects have one thing in common. From the Victorian era to the Jazz Age to the antique store down the road, these jewelry designs all highlight something unique and wonderful from the past that's worth preserving and honoring today.

How to Make Victorian Style Jewelry

Downton Abbey Lace Choker

Who hasn't wanted to revisit Victorian fashion? These gorgeous DIY jewelry patterns have everything you could want for your trip back to the age of rich fabrics and sweeping skirts. You'll find elegant necklaces to make and DIY earrings to style. You'll learn how to make a bracelet with ornate trimming. With the aid of these tutorials, DIY vintage design will always be at your fingertips. After decking out from these patterns, you'll be more than ready to attend royalty.

How to Make Art Deco Jewelry

Royal Blue Flapper Hair Clip

If The Great Gatsby didn't fuel your desire to put on a flapper outfit and dance, these Jazz Age inspired DIY jewelry patterns will. With stunning DIY necklaces, earring patterns, and DIY accessories that light up the night, these DIY vintage jewelry tutorials are anything but musty. After learning how to make a necklace and putting on the finishing touch with a DIY vintage hair piece, you can crank up the Charleston and shuffle your way into retro glamor.

How to Make Antique Jewelry Designs

Vintage Brooch Necklace

If you're looking for DIY vintage jewelry aesthetic, you can't go wrong with these patterns. By making these jewelry pieces, you can evoke the rich history that fills any antique store, while learning how to make a bracelet, a necklace, or a pendant. Like any antique store, there's always some unexpected delight hidden in these DIY jewelry patterns.

How to Make Rad and Retro Vintage Jewelry

Funky 1990s Designer-Inspired Choker Necklace

You didn’t think we forgot about the late 20th century, did you? The 70s, 80s, and 90s were memorable decades with bold jewelry trends you’ll still want to wear today. Whether your style is groovy, totally tubular, or the bomb diggity, these DIY vintage jewelry patterns will take you back.

What is your favorite fashion era for vintage jewelry?

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This is a great collection to save or to print out for future projects. I love the look of vintage costume jewelry especially the ones that have a boho look. I am particularly fond of the 60s and 70s era jewelry. It was just such a carefree time. I found several of the patterns for that style jewelry very helpful.

Vintage jewelry is trending right now. It's very popular on shows and movies. It's almost like steampunk but prettier. I have some older jewelry from my mom. It's not fancy real gems but it's very pretty and some pieces are broken so I have been taking it apart and trying to save the pieces I can use. Thank you for this.

I tried to get the pattern for the choker but it said "Ooops: that page can't be found. Please try again. In the page tab it showed "nothing found for 2013. Link as seen in tab: http://www.lovemaegan.com/2013/02/DIY-lace-choker-Downton-Abbey.html Is there an issue with that website? Would love to see how this one was done as I've already purchased some lace for a gothic choker I've got planned.

It is an awesome neck wear for parties, and occasions..............

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