Looking for Two Earrings

Looking on the net you will find many crochet earrings made, but I wanted to realize a couple whose main feature was the simplicity. So I decided to use the low single mesh and use a cotton emerald green that I had bought in the summer. Here is the result. They liked my sister that I have willingly given away as long as……acted as a model in photos.


We realize a lot just working low mesh circles around two tent (see photo below) found in any haberdashery. I started with the largest circle and, Once filled with low mesh (the number of meshes ovviemente varies depending on the size of the circle), I started working on the circle until the middle; I, then, added on the earring hanger through the processing of a low mesh and then I finished filling in the circle for the second half was missing. Easy to process, without having to leave the wire. Everyone can really. Have fun and use the cotton of the color you like.

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5 Responses to Looking for Two Earrings

  1. marialuisa says:

    This blog is fantastic!!!!

  2. Tiz says:

    Beautiful! Even like Tabitha… maybe it's a job fast enough for her too…

    • Ire says:

      Sure you can do it too quickly and. Soon I would like to experiment with a few similar but triangular. If Tabitha was an original idea for other forms or media (maybe recycling) around which working with crochet thread and I will be happy to publish them. Who knows that it can not open a book work done by you with my patterns and tutorials (maybe custom). I'd like.

  3. emmepi says:

    hello very beautiful…I ask as join the two circles at the end??

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