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Crochet Flower Cocktail Ring Tutorial


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This photo step-by-step tutorial is perfect for anyone who is usually intimidated by thread crochet. My younger sister is quite the fashionista, so any traditional crochet gift just simply wouldn't fit her style. She's the kind that has a new theme to her fashion every day, eloquently color coordinated, with all the accessories to match. So I thought about what it was she could use often and well and came up with this intricate yet versatile cocktail ring. I love the elegance that the shine in the rhinestone adds! It perfectly reflects her glamorous cultivated style while being humble enough to compliment any of her outfits. She abosolutely loved it when she saw it, and told me how it was the perfect vintage blend to her modern unique style. ^.^ Need the materials? Get the kit! BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Chain Double Crochet GAUGE 12 dc x 6 rows = 1 in. SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Approx. 1" in diameter

Recommended with this pattern

  • 15 yds. Size 10 crochet thread
  • 1.5mm Steel crochet hook
  • 9mm Acrylic rhinestone

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Nostalgic Novelties
Nostalgic Novelties
Hi everyone, my name is Leah and I was born and raised in Las Vegas, NV. (Yes, I'm a rare native breed!) I'm an ancient alien theorist that fell in love with a master motorcycle technician while living in Louisiana when we agreed on what was the best Role Playing Game of all time, then married him a few months later wearing a Lynard Skynard shirt (he wore Metallica)! However, being a southerner, he does enjoy when I act like a pristine southern belle from time to time, so I keep in touch with the trends in fashion. My mother taught me to crochet when I was a little girl, and I've been hooking non stop ever since. Tradition has always meant something to me, so I try to make items that honor this generations old art while being fresh and unique - nostalgic novelties- and hope to inspire other crafty women to try this technique for themselves.