The design of these beautiful crochet Seashell Earrings was inspired by the sea. They are made in the shape of nautilus seashells and are embellished with pearl beads. Such earrings will be a wonderful addition to your summer beach outfit!
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This year my crochet Seashell Earrings pattern was published in Happily Hooked Magazine, February 2020, issue 71.
The issue theme is Spring Break and it is full of great projects to welcome the coming Spring season!
Happily Hooked is a wonderful monthly magazine filled with beautiful patterns, useful articles, tips, yarn reviews and more!
Whether you are just beginning, or are very experienced, you will find many interesting crochet patterns in this magazine.
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Materials I used for these earrings:
I made my seashell earrings with Aunt Lydia’s cotton thread size #10 (100% mercerized cotton).
Aunt Lydia’s color palette has some beautiful colors, which are perfect for ocean themed projects.
Hook & Other Materials:
– White glass pearl beads 6 mm – 2
– Optional – Jump ring (4 mm) – 4
– Earring hook – 2
– Jewelry pliers
– Tapestry needle
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These earrings are about 2-1/2” long.
If you like my crochet Seashell Earrings,
the pattern can be found in my Etsy shop and in my Ravelry shop.
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