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Interlocking Triangles Earrings

By: Amber M from
Interlocking Triangles Earrings
Interlocking Triangles Earrings

"The Summer isn’t the best time to make huge blankets, scarves, and hats (unless you do, then that’s also very awesome) because it can be super warm and no fun to be covered in all that heavy yarn. I know that during those hotter months I love nothing more than to make some fun, and quick, projects out of crochet thread. I love a good pair of light crochet earrings and I hope you try out this fun design."


Crochet HookB/1 or 2.25 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Finished SizeHeight: 2″ (when completed) Width: 1.5″ (widest part of large triangle)

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Very interesting. I like crochet jewelry and have seen several pieces I would like to make. I like these because they are very different but should not be too difficult to make. I just happen to have some thread so I think I will try these really soon.

These Interlocking Triangles Earrings are so cute and interesting to make. I like the way she wrote the pattern with great clear pictures to show you what yours should look like. I can even see some seed beads strung on the thread before crocheting and having them at the corners. So many ideas and a fun way to dress up your ears. Thank you so much for sharing this fun crochet earrings pattern.

I have wanted to try crocheted earrings. Now is my chance. I have the materials so there is nothing stopping me. The instructions are easy to follow and I agree, you do need some fabric stiffener for the crochet part. Thank you for the pattern.

I never really knew how versatile crochet could be. When I first learned how it was just afghans and baby clothes. The possibilities are endless. Now that I have seen a few crochet jewelry projects, it is my new have to try this. Later for the afghans and scarves.

Heres another interesting project to pass on to one of my nieces since she sells handcrafted jewelry through her Etsy store. Shell already have all the findings (her Auntie does not), and since Ive sent several patterns already, her stock of crochet thread is coming along nicely as well. This piece really does inspire some ideas of what other interlocking shapes might work, too.

These earrings are ripe for a mixed media embellishment. It could so totally take a hanging bauble or two. But equally as stunning without it, of course. I can't believe that she came up with this idea all on her own. It begs the question- I wonder where she gets her inspiration?


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