Long time no see! Sorry I haven’t had much of a cojo lately. I have been dealing with depression really bad for the past few months. The kind where I have to drag myself out of bed or to even get a shower. Ashley Over at A Crafty Concept gave me the inspiration I need after her release of the Crafty Boho Earrings if you haven’t already you should go check it out.
What I think is so fun about this pattern is that it could be so customizable to whatever you want them to look like. Its pretty simple and quick pattern to make and you can make a fashion statement.
In this post you’ll get the pattern for the Muse Boho Earrings, along with a full photo tutorial showing you how to assembled the earrings.
I hope you enjoy this pattern as much as I did creating it.
Yarn Bee (Pigment + Fiber) (Weight 1/ supper fine- 630 yards)
Knit Picks (Comfy) (Weight 1/ Fingering- 218 Yards)
2.5 mm () Hook (or hook to obtain the gauge)
Fish Hook earrings
Abbreviations: (US Terms)
Sc = Single Crochet
sc2tog= Single Crochet 2 together (Decrease)
Please read before you begin.
- sc2tog = Single Crochet 2 together: Insert your hook into the first stitch. Yarn over and draw through the loop. Do not complete the stitch as normal. Instead, insert your hook into the next stitch. Yarn over and draw through the loop. There should now be three loops on your hook. Yarn over and draw through all three loops on your hook.
You should now have two single crochet stitches side-by-side, joined together into one stitch at the top.
(Make three for each pair of earrings. Six in total.)
Row 1: Sc in the 2nd ch from the hook, sc the next 3 st(s), 3 sc in the next st. sc the next 4 st(s). ch 1 turn. (11)
Row 2: sc2tog, sc the next 3 st(s), 3 sc in the next st, sc the next 3 st(s), sc2tog. ch 1 turn. (11)
Row 3: Repeat Row 2 and fasten off.
Step 1: To Assemble you’re (Muse Boho Earrings) you need to flip your crocheted piece so it looks like a V. Below is an example.
In the middle of the V is a hole. Attach your Fish hook earring in the hole by gently prying open the bottom of the fish hook earring using your pliers.
Once you have the fish hook earring placed in the hole pinch the ring shut with your pliers.
Step 2: Using your pliers pry open your jump ring. Attach your jump ring to the bottom of your crochet piece in the 6th st.
Now grab your 2nd crochet piece and using the same jump ring attach the jump ring in the hole just like you did with the fish hook earring loop.
Once you have the jump ring placed in the 6th st of your first crochet piece and in the hole of the second piece pinch the ring shut with your pliers.
Step 3: Repeat step 2 for the 3rd crochet piece.
Step 4: Attach your fringe in each stitch.
First wrap your yarn around your hand a few times to create the yarn piece for the fringe.
Once you have as many passes of yarn wrapped around your hand cut only one end.
To attach your fringe grab one strand of yarn you just cut. Fold in half. Insert your hook to the back of the st. Grab the center of your yarn and pull through the st.
Grab the yarn and pull through the loop.
Repeat this step in each st. Trim the ends.
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