I think when most people think of crochet thread, they think of doilies. And doilies are very pretty – the skill needed to make them is impressive. But what else can you do with thread? The answer is: a lot! Too much to cover in one roundup. (I tried and it was getting out of hand!) Today I want to show you beautiful crochet earrings, all made with crochet thread. They are a great quick accessory to make for yourself, and they also make a charming and thoughtful gift! Here are 10 of the best patterns I’ve seen.
10 Crochet Earrings Patterns:
- Crochet Day of the Dead Sugar Skull Earrings by Spider Mambo, a Ravelry download: Crochet skulls are really big right now – here’s a great way to try them out (and in plenty of time for Halloween!).
- Simple Peacock Earrings by Charlotte W., on NyanPon’s Knits and Crochet: These are amazing to me! So eyecatching!
- Dainty Earrings by Julie A. Bolduc, on JPF Crochet Club: I love wearing earrings with this shape – so flattering!
- TINY Dragonfly Earrings by Kat Miller, on Blue Iris Learning Center: Dragonflies are another popular motif – these are lovely!
- Large Royal Earrings by Jessica Zeltner, on Living the Craft Life: Beautiful and unique – these are very popular!
- Silk Crochet Circular Washer Earrings by Julia Tellier, on Jtellier An Artisan’s View: Crocheted around actual chrome washers for extra sparkle!
- Simple Snowflake Earrings by Joyce (YuLian) Yu, a Ravelry download: Ready to think about the holiday season yet? Or just try to think cool thoughts? So festive!
- Flower Power Earrings by Diva Stitches Crochet: For the hippies, the flower children, and those who like to think spring!
- Crochet Beaded Hoop Earrings by CrochetCauldron: Love these, so subtle but beautiful!
- Circle Flower Hoops by LaKeesha Fradella, a Ravelry download: Big and bold – statement earrings that shout out your love of crochet!
There is a free pattern for crochet earrings here on Moogly too – Timeless Crochet Earrings. Have you crocheted earrings with thread before? What else do you like to make with thread? Share your thoughts and links in the comments!
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