Seasonal fun – the Easter Eggs crochet earrings pattern
So, you guys may not know this about me but I actually don’t care too much about holidays. I don’t decorate and for the most part I can’t even get into exchanging gifts and baking! I love to bake and I actually love giving gifts, knowing someone will love them that is. But as I move farther and farther away from my family I just can’t get my “want to celebrate” up. Eh. But you know what I do like? Seasonal crochet items! Halloween/fall earrings, snowflakes, and cupcakes. Well, I made some more:
What do you think?
- 2.00 mm steel crochet hook
- DMC Cotton Embroidery Floss
- 4 colors
- Needle to weave in ends
- Fabric stiffener
- Metal Jump Rings and French hooks
- Not critical
- Ch: Chain
- St: Stitch
- Sc: Single Crochet
- Sc2tog: Single Crochet 2 stitches together
- Dc: Double Crochet
- Dc2tog: Double Crochet 2 stitches together
- Height: 1.5″ (not including metal jump rings and french hook)
- Width: 1.15″
Row 1: Color A: Ch 8, sc into second ch from hook -7 sc
Row 2: Turn, ch 1 (does not count as a stitch here), sc twice into first sc, sc across, sc twice into last St. – 9 sc
Row 3: Color B: Turn, ch 1 (does not count as a stitch here), sc twice into first sc sc across, sc twice into last st -11 sc
Row 4: Color C: Turn, ch 2, skip st, dc into next st (the ch 2 and dc count as a dc2tog), *ch 1, dc2tog w/ first leg (dc) of the st in the same st as the last dc then skip a st and place the next leg (dc) into the next st, * repeat from * to * 4 more times (last dc2tog has its second leg in the last st) – 6 dc2tog,
Row 5: Color D: Turn, ch 1, sc2tog in first 2 sts, sc across (including working into dc2togs and ch spaces), sc2tog I last 2 sts – 9 sc
Row 6: Turn, ch 1, sc across – 9 sc
Row 7: Color A: Turn, ch 1, s2tog in first two sts, sc across, sc2tog last two sts – 7 sc
Row 8: Color B: Turn, ch 2, skip sc, dc into the next st (the ch 2 and dc count as a dc2tog), ch 1, dc2tog w/ first leg (dc) in same st as last dc, skip the next st, dc second leg to next st, ch 1, dc2tog w/ first leg (dc) in same st as last dc, skip the next st, dc second leg to next st, ch 1, dc into last St – 3 dc2togs, 1 dc
Row 9: Color C: Turn, ch 1, sc first two sets together, sc across (including working into dc2togs and ch spaces), sc last two sts together – 5 sc
Row 10: Turn, ch 1, sc across – 5 sc
Row 8: Color D: Turn, ch 1, sc first two sts together, sc, sc last two scs together. -3 sc
Once you finish with weaving in all your ends, attach metal jump rings to the middle single crochet of row 8; attach french hooks to the jump rings. Then wet both earrings down with fabric stiffener and allow them to dry completely before you wear them.
Try out the pattern and let me know how it works for you. 😀
Also, just in case you were wonder, I have now added both the Meghan scarf and the Brittany scarf patterns to my website for $3.99.
And I’m working on writing up the pattern for the Amanda scarf,
if anyone would like to test it for me. 🙂
11 thoughts on “Seasonal fun – the Easter Eggs crochet earrings pattern”
All…very cute! I love the cupcakes…they have darling detail!
Thank you! I actually love my cupcake earrings. I’m working on a pattern for them, complete with details about how to decorate. 😀
I love them all!! 🙂
Ha. 😀 Thank you!
The beer glasses are really fun. Well done 🙂
Thank you. I like a bit of whimsy. HA. 😀
I would love to test the Amanda scarf for you!
That would be fantastic. E-mail me at email@example.com and we’ll get the pattern started.
I love the beer earrings – of course you could always do them in black for Guinness – mmmm
Q – Adorable! Since the kids are grown and gone, I don’t really care too much about holidays either. 😎
Is there a PDF for the Easter Earrings?
I would like to print out the pattern.
Yes, I know I am running a little late!