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Found 8 results

  1. Apak

    rainbow earrings

    I haven't made any earrings for ages! But suddenly i felt inspired and I made these colorful circles during May long weekend and I took the photo in the garden
  2. If anyone is interested in crocheted earrings, here is a tutorial on youtube which I have designed, and uploaded:
  3. Inspired by the jewelry worn on Season One of Downton Abbey by Lady Grantham during the Titanic era, these earrings are the perfect way to make your own elegant jewelry for your Victorian, Edwardian, or Titanic costume or just for fun. Crocheted with a few yards of size 10 thread, use the same pattern for the studs and dangles, only for the dangles add a hanging loop. With a few findings and a gorgeous pair of buttons, you can wear either type of earring, and if you make use of the clips on the button cards, interchange the same pair of buttons between them both! Basic stitches, works up quickly. Ideal gift! Buy the pattern PDF in my Etsy shop, JoysinStitches, for $1.50.
  4. Hi all, My lacy mini dress earrrings pattern is now available on Etsy. Do pop by for a look if you are keen to make these 3-D dresses. If you have a small enough doll, you can even dress her up in one. =) http://www.etsy.com/listing/153513297/mini-lacy-dress-earrings?ref=shop_home_active
  5. http://crochetparfait.blogspot.com/2013/04/fiesta-earings.html
  6. Hi all, I created this pattern some time ago and decided to make a few more pairs of this earrings. The thread was hand-dyed cotton. let me know what you all think. Thanks.
  7. Flia

    Round lace inwards

    Hi, I've got some ideas about a new earring pattern. I'm starting with sc around a hoop, and then doing only chain loops, spiraling inwards maybe.... I want to combine colours, but I'm having a really hard time figuring out where to change colours. Has anyone seen patterns where spirals go from the outside in? I'd really like to study the technique to see how I can apply it differently. It would really help if anyone has an idea about lace inwards too. The pattern will eventually be adaptable to any size hoop and any size thread. At least that's my goal...
  8. I finally finished the patterns for Cobweb Earrings. This is for experienced crocheters, using #80 thread, 0.6 mm hook and earring hoops (sizes 40 and 50 mm) Hoops can be found att Michael's in the US. Also bangles and other metal rings can be used. Patterns available in US and UK terms at Ravelry For non Ravelry members I will have the pattern uploaded to my web site in a week or so. Please PM me if you have any trouble with the patterns.
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