Easy DIY Tassel Earrings Crochet Pattern
If you’ve ever been interested in making your own jewelry, these Crochet Tassel Earrings are the perfect project for you. Learning how to crochet earrings can be really rewarding, and puts you in control of your own style.
These crochet earrings are so unique and will really stand out. If you’re looking to make a statement with your jewelry, you should give them a try.
And as a bonus, they're actually really easy to make. The crochet pattern starts off using the magic circle and explains how to make your own tassels. And you can customize the color to go with all your outfits.
It’s so easy and cute to crochet, you can make multiple pairs of earrings for your family and friends in no time.
This is a great project for someone who is new to crochet and is looking to learn how to crochet in the round. If you're starting out on your crochet journey, I can't recommend this great Crochet Fundamentals class enough.
So what are you waiting for? Grab your crochet hook and let’s get started. There’s no time to waste when it comes to these stylish tassel earrings.
Skill Level: Easy
Yarn: Fine/Sport weight cotton yarn
- 30 yds black (A)
- 30 yds white (B)
- US size D/3 (3.25mm) crochet hook or size needed to match gauge
- Yarn needle
- 2 earring hooks
Size: 3.5” diameter
6 sc x 4 rnds = 1”
Use pattern as gauge swatch – circle should measure about 1” in diameter. Exact gauge is not critical.
Pattern uses US crochet terms
With A, make a magic circle.
Rnd 1: Ch 1, 10 sc in magic circle, pull tail to close the magic circle, do not join. (10 sc)
Rnd 2: 2 sc in each st around, join with sl st to first st. (20 sc)
Pull working loop up big (so it won’t slip out) and remove hook, but do not fasten off.
Wrap color B around 4 fingers 10 times. Cut through all layers, creating a bundle with10 strands of yarn about 6-8” long.
Cut another 8” strand of B and use it to tie the bundle tightly together at the center. With right side up on your circle, tie the string from the top of the tassel onto the working loop, then bring the tails back down to blend in with the rest of the tassel.
Put the working loop back on your hook, sl st in next st and fasten off.
Cut another 8” strand of B and double knot it around the top of your tassel, about ½ inch from the circle. Make sure to include all strands and tails of B in the bundle.
Trim tassel to make ends even.
Use pliers to open the ring on the earing hook and secure it into the top center of the circle, directly opposite the tassel. Close the ring again with the pliers.
Repeat instructions for 2nd earring.
Killer accessories can take your style to new heights. And with these earrings in your jewelry arsenal, everyone will be asking for pointers. Luckily, you can tell them about this pattern so they can take their style into their own hands too. You might even make some new friends in the process.
If you enjoy making crochet earrings, here are a few more earring video tutorials that you may also like:
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