Free Pattern! “Cherry Pickers” Crochet Cherry Earrings

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“Cherry Pickers” Crochet Earring Pattern
Materials:
2.75mm crochet hook
Size 10 crochet thread in red and green
pair of earwires
2 headpins
2 leaf shaped beads
needle nosed pliers/cutters
needle for weaving in ends
Directions: 
Cherries: (make 4)
with red crochet thread
R1-Ch2, 6sc in 1st chain, mm
R2-2sc in each sc around (12scs), mm
R3-sc in each stitch around, mm
R4-sc2tog around, FO
Use tail of finished end to stitch up the hole.
Stems: (make 2)
with green crochet thread
join with sc in top of a cherry, ch 6, sc into the loop at the base of the earwire, ch 5, sc into the top of another cherry, FO
Attaching a bead leaf: (optional)
slip your leaf shaped bead onto your headpin and create a small loop on the other end of the headpin with your pliers. Cut wire so there is no jagged edged. Attach looped eand of headpin to the loop at the base of your earwire.

 

I know it’s not Tuesday…but I didn’t think you guys would mind having this weeks pattern early!

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22 thoughts on “Free Pattern! “Cherry Pickers” Crochet Cherry Earrings

  1. claire says:

    damn those are cute!!

  2. greetingarts says:

    Thanks so much for sharing, those are adorable. And I’m pretty ready for cherry-picking season already. Maybe making a pair or two of these will tide me over until then.

  3. ruth says:

    these are super cute. i have been exploring crocheted/knitted items for jewelry and you totally read my mind. :)

  4. Amy says:

    I really love these. Can you show me how to make them in person? Hmmm…maybe I should buy them already made from you instead!

  5. kristena says:

    These are so fun and simple! I just sat here and crocheted myself a cherry in like 5 minutes. Thanks for sharing!

  6. Alejandra says:

    Just lovely… Thank you for sharing the pattern, I might give it a try since I already have the hook in my hand…

  7. notesfromacoffeecup says:

    These are too cute! I’ll definately try this once i get the hang of the stitches. :)
    Natalie

  8. They are delicate but I wouldn’t dare to wear them. I think I could use them as accessories om my bag.

  9. tsunamibomb says:

    Oh,awesome! I can think of about 20 things I could do with these babies (besides earrings)

  10. Feines Stöffchen says:

    Hi, thanks for sharing, I´m just translating the pattern to german crochet terms. What does the Abbreviation mm after each round mean?

    Bye, Kati

  11. Jess says:

    Too Cute! Cherry season has just finished here in New Zealand :(

  12. carrie lenshaw says:

    i really love these earrings, i cant wait to make them up>.

  13. MonkeyGurrl says:

    [Via Craftzine] Hella cute. My daughter *loves* cherries, and recently got her ears pierced. Thank you *SO* much!!!!

  14. [...] the cutest hat ever.  Which will look awesome with the scarf I’m currently working on. 13.  CHERRIES!  I love cherries.  Might not make earrings, but I’ll come up with something [...]

  15. Kimberly Quan says:

    These are lovely! We go cherry picking in Brentwood each year, I’ll have to make some for our next trip.

  16. Patricia says:

    Too darn cute. Just what I was looking for!!
    Thank you.
    Best,
    Pat

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  18. Sarah J. says:

    RE: Comment by Feines Stöffchen

    mm = move marker (I believe)

  19. Linda says:

    I love the earrings, this is such a cute idea. Really gets me thinking in another direction. Thanks so much for sharing.

    Linda

    http://www.knitting-n-crochet.com

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