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How to Make Crochet Beaded Hoop Earrings

Learn How to Make Crochet Beaded Hoop Earrings with this short video tutorial. Emi Harrington also says you can make a free crochet pattern with this video like the crochet beaded bracelet.

 

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The new rave is Crochet beading. If you string the beads on the yarn 1st you would save a step.

That looks so simple, I am going to make some for my daughter who loves hoop earrings! I did appreciate the comment left about adding the beads as you progressed to make them visable on both sides. I would also love to see some patterns that would incorporate the beads and thread that would look less bulky. Thank you!

The symplicity of the earrings make them a great idea for a crocheting project for beginners. The single crochet stitch is fairly easy to learn and the quantity of stitches around the hoops would be determined by the crocheter's size of stitches. Since I recently started a crafting class in the low income housing complex where I live, this would be perfect for a class. Since I provide all the supplies for our projects this would be perfect. I have all the necessary items on hand. Thank you for this great idea.

These earrings could be made reversible by stringing the beads onto the crochet thread before starting. Then do a few single crochet stitches on the ring, pull a bead up close to the ring and do a single crochet around it. Repeat this process around the ring evenly spacing the beads. This way the beads would be visible from both front and back and be more secure as well.

I love the simplicity, but I also wish the movie had captions or directions that you could follow along with for computers without sound. This is an awesome and inexpensive gift idea and you could make sets of these on a very tight budget.

Looks really easy. lots of options for coordinating yarn colors with outfits

I'm always looking for something new to make for our Church bazaar. This one hits all my criteria although I'm usually satisfied if it hits one - it's fast, easy, uses up some of my many beads & craft items and also uses a little from my drawer of crochet cottons (multi colours). WOW! I'll make a couple of pairs today.

Love the EASY crochet hoop earrings. Plan on making some for me and some as gifts. Will look nice in any color of thread and bead. I've been sick and can't quilt , which I've been doing before. As a novice crocheter these will be easy and fun to make. Can't wait to finish the baby blanket for a new baby due in Sept. to a sweet young lady in our church! I may make her some earrings too, have to see on Sunday if she can wear them!! I love to do gifts for friends and family . I think that handmade gifts are very special. I also like the money I save by doing these project and the fun of giving and receive lots of smiles and hugs !!!

The instructions were very clear and easy to follow which isn't always the case, thank you! I can see these in many different colors with different styles of beads or even small ladybugs or other charms sewn to them to enhance any outfit. Well done!

I am going to make a few pairs to give as gifts. Thanks for making the video clear and easy to understand.

those are cool. I'm going to try that.

Nice Video! Make these using Green Thread and Red Beads to make "Wreath" Earrings for Christmas!!! Nifty idea.

Wow! This was a wonderful tutorial. I wondered why you didn't string the beads on the crochet thread, but I see that to maintain the integrity of the single row of sc, the best way to attach the beads is by sewing afterwards. Bravo! A fine design!

Those earrings are just so adorable and I can't wait to try them. I can just visualize them in different colors.

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