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Easter Egg Crochet Earrings

By: Amber Millard from divinedebris.com
Easter Egg Crochet Earrings
Easter Egg Crochet Earrings
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"Decorating for holidays is as easy as making a pair of earrings! If you’re anything like me, you rarely like to decorate your house but you’re more than happy to wear some adorable earrings. Not to mention, people love seasonal earrings, as gifts or for yourself this is a winner!"

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Crochet Hook4 or 2 mm hook (steel)

Yarn Weight(0) Lace (33-40 stitches to 4 inches). Includes crochet thread.

Finished SizeHeight: 1.5? (not including metal jump rings and french hook) Width: 1.15?

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I have a severe metal allergy, so I usually have to take a pass on adorable projects like this one. I can, however, pass it along to my niece who sells handcrafted jewelry through her Etsy store, and my numerous granddaughters who are becoming quite the little crafters themselves. Its too late to work them up for this year, but its never to early to start on next Easter.

These earrings are so adorable! I love that you make them with embroidery floss, too! I have a large stash of embroidery floss that I have been wondering what to do with, and now I know. The pattern looks really easy to follow too, which is great. Thank you for the awesome pattern!

I love to wear fashion earrings. Costume jewelry is as inexpensive way to be creative and be different every day. Until I saw these crochet earrings, I never thought about making jewelry. So I am new to the art of crochet and I think I will try my luck with this project.

Jewelry is always a fun way to go when it comes to dressing up for the young ones. These Easter Egg Crochet Earrings are darling. I love working with thread and these are just so tempting, I must try them. My youngest daughter would just love to sport this during the spring months

These earrings are so wonderful! The Easter egg design is adorable, but this pattern is SO easy to customize. Best of all, once you're more comfortable working with smaller hooks, you can whip up a pair of these to match literally EVERY outfit in your wardrobe! This pattern, because of its shape, it actually a perfect introduction into crocheted jewelry. And if you're not quite ready to change colors in this pattern, they still come out super cute in a solid color.

I agree with you that this is such a great pattern because you can really customize it to be any color you want, you can mix and match for different outfits and I think this would also make such a fun gift for either little girls with pierced ears or anyone you're giving an Easter gift too. I also think this would be a great stash buster project to use all those tiny pieces you didn't want to throw away!

These are a great way to make a last-minute accessory for your Easter brunch! Love the pastel colors. )

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