How to make Crochet Earrings - Emma














How to make Crochet Earrings - Emma

Written by Teresa Richardson

Video Tutorial: How to make Crochet Earrings - Emma

Video Tutorial: Left Hand How to make Crochet Earrings - Emma

Skill Level - Easy

Abbreviations
DC - Double Crochet
CH - Chain
SL ST - Slip Stitch



Size: 4cm/1-1/2 inches

Materials
Size 8 steel crochet hook
Size 10 crochet cotton
Small Needle

Earring Findings



Attach a slipknot to the crochet hook.
Work a chain of 10, join.


Round 1: Chain 1, Work 16 SC right through the center of the chain.  Join with the beginning stitch.


Round 2: Chain 4(Counts as the first stitch and chain 1),   *in the next stitch work a DC, CH 1, Continue around from *.  When you get around to the beginning, slip stitch in the 3rd chain up to join. (There will be a total of 16 stitches with a chain 1 between.



Round 3:  Slip Stitch in to the first chain 1 space. *SC, chain 4, SC in each space around, Continue around from *, join with the beginning stitch. There will be a total of 16 chain 4 loops.




Attach the earring finding to any of the last chain 4 loops.  You will chain 2, remove the loop from the hook, pull the loop through and continue with the remaining 2 loop.



Comments

  1. these are cute, Iv done squares :)

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  2. I am curious. How come the name 'Emma' is in the title of this pattern?

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  3. I cannot wait to try this Teresa, been waiting for some jewelry crochet

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  4. Kat,
    I have two earring patterns posted now. I give most of my patterns a unique name for reference and search purposes.

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  5. Cute, Teresa. The reason I asked is 'cuz I will (rather soon) be seeking out my new kitty. The Lord already gave me her name --> Emma. :-) I say "seeking" her 'cuz I don't know anything about her (other than what Jesus has told me), nor from where I will be getting her. Awesome, huh? Anyway, that's my "long tail" as to why I asked. tee-hee/mew!!

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  6. Great idea. These could be sprinkled with gold, or silver and be cute holiday earrings. Maybe done in different colors for the seasons.

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  7. Thank you, Teresa! I've made one pair of earrings. I love the result! Thank you for the graphic pattern!
    Olga

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