Crocheted Wire and Bead Earrings: One

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Crocheted Wire and Bead Earrings: One Pattern


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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details






Women, Girls



Skill Level:

little skill level requirement Novice

Pattern Description:

This pattern includes everything you need to know about crocheting chain stitches with wire, including a picture of the tools and step-by-step instructions to make the earrings shown. Each step has a photo with a very detailed description. Many tips for crocheting with wire are found within the text. At the end, I have listed my sources for materials and suggestions for variations of this pattern.

The materials listed are what I used to make these particular earrings. You may substitute the beads and ear wires with anything you already have. A crochet hook a size bigger or smaller will not make much of a difference. The wire should be either 26 or 28 gauge.

This pattern is the first in a series, which will feature more complicated pieces. Please be watching for new patterns to be published.


With a J hook, there should be about 4 stitches to the inch. As you are not concerned with sizing for an earring, this really will not affect the wear-ability of the piece.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Approximately 1-1/4 inches long, including the ear wire


  • 1 yard silver-plated 26 gauge wire (ParaWire)
  • 4- 4mm white Swarovski beads
  • 2- 6mm white Swarovski beads
  • 2- silver-filled French (fish hook) ear wires
  • 2- rubber ear wire nuts (stoppers)
  • Size J metal crochet hook
  • 1-Flat nose or chain nose pliers
  • 1-Round nose pliers
  • 1-Flush cutters

About Designer

About Designer

Jayne Price on

Crocheting wire with beads has become my passion, one that I enjoy immensely. I like the artisan look achieved through this technique, which allows for endless design possibilities.

"If only my grandmother could see me now!" is a thought that often crosses my mind as I crochet jewelry pieces. As a child, she taught me to crochet with yarn. As a matter of fact, both of my grandmothers and my ...

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