Beaded Washer Earrings
Designed By Julie A. Bolduc
These earrings are a variation of "Washer Earrings". This time I have added beads and made a few changes to the actual pattern.
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Small amount size 20 crochet cotton in white. Cebelia was used.
2- 6mm diameter washers with a 5mm hole. 1mm thick
Size 11 steel crochet hook
6- 5mm red glass round beads
6- 5mm green glass round beads
18 white seed beads
White sewing thread
2 sliver ear wires
Yarn Thickness: 20thread
Finished Size: 3/4" wide
Skill Level: Easy
RND 1: Tie thread onto washer and work 20 sc in ring. Join w/slst to first sc.
RND 2: Ch4, sc in next st and in the next 6 sts. Dc, ch3, dc in next st. Sc in next st. Ch4, sk next st, sc in next st. Dc, ch3, dc in next st. Sc in each of the next 6 sts. Join w/slst to first ch of ch4. Fasten off and weave ends into back of work.
Tie sewing thread onto the first dc, work a few sewing stitches to the 2nd ch of the first ch3 sp. Put the fol beads onto thread at this point in this order. Rose quartz, hematite, seedbead, then bring the thread back through the hematite and rose quartz beads over the seed bead. Then run a few more stitches until you come to the next ch 4 sp and repeat with beads as before and repeat for the next ch3 lp. Then secure the thread and fasten off. Repeat for other earring.
Attach to ear wires with the first ch4 lp made on each charm.
Designed on Monday, October 12, 1998. Copyright© 1998 by Just Plain Fun, Stratton, Maine p107008JPF Crochet Club where Crocheting is Just Plain Fun
This crochet pattern is for personal use only and is not to be resold.