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Crochet Flower Dangle Earrings


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-US Terms -Skill Level: Easy -Finished Size: 4" -Size 10 Thread -Size 8 (1.5mm) Steel Crochet Hook -More details can be found in the pattern preview (last picture) I absolutely love dangle earrings, but after being out and about all day long, all of my metal dangles end up feeling like a brick at the end of the day. So I made these delicate cotton flower earrings to compliment my summer outfits. These earrings flutter like wind chimes while you walk without ever letting you know they're there. The gentle cascade of flowers will bring a touch of high fashion to any casual outfit without being overpowering or loud. Save money when you purchase this pattern in my Crochet Earring eBook!: BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Adjustable "magic" ring Chain Single Crochet Half Double Crochet Double Crochet Treble Crochet GAUGE 12 dc and 6 rows = 1in. SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 4" in length SUGGESTED YARN 20 yards of Lace weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Aunt Lydia's Classic Crochet Thread (Size 10)

Recommended with this pattern

  • 10 yds. Size 10 Crochet Thread in MC
  • 10 yds. Size 10 Crochet Thread in CC
  • Size 8 (1.5mm) Steel Crochet Hook

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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.