I designed these beautiful dangling crochet earrings in celebration of Spring with its magnificent blooming cherry trees. Using this crochet pattern, in one evening you will be able to make amazing looking Cherry Blossom Crochet Earrings!
The Cherry flowers are made with Puff Stitch. The flowers are embellished with Czech glass beads on each side as well, and they look pretty from both sides.
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DIY Crochet Cherry Blossom Earrings – Crochet Earrings Pattern
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(See a list of crochet abbreviations used in patterns by yarn industry designers and publishers HERE):
Ch(s) – chain(s)
SC – single crochet
Sl st(s) – slip stitch(s)
St (s)– stitch(es)
5-HDC Puff St – 5 half double crochet puff stitch
4 clear Czech glass beads, size 6/0 or beads of your choice
2 jump rings
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Cherry Blossom Crochet Earrings are about 3” (7.5 cm) long
Crochet Cherry Flower
With crochet cotton in pink color, Ch 5, join to form a ring. Make sure you leave beginning tail about 6-8” long to sew beads.
Round 1. Ch 1, 9 SC into ring, join with Sl St into first SC.
Round 2. *(Ch 3, 5-HDC Puff St, Ch 3) – into same St, skip next St, Sl St into next St*, repeat from * to * 4 more times, but last time don’t skip St. You should have made 5 petals.
Ch 27, cut off pink color leaving 4-6” long tail.
Using light pink color, make a second Cherry Flower.
Using ending tail from Ch 27, attach Chain to the Flower, weave in the end.
Using the ends from the centers, sew beads on to both sides of the Flowers, fasten off and weave in the end.
With flat-nosed pliers, open jump ring and slip it under two strands of the 10th chain, counting from the light pink Flower. Add the earring wire, and close the jump ring with the pliers.
I hope you enjoy these Cherry Blossom Crochet Earrings!
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