3 Cool Ideas for Crochet Wearables

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Indeed, crochet is a versatile craft. You can make just about anything for yourself and others. From home decor to accessories for your yoga practice, crochet can supply your every want and need. All you need is a little time, a lot of patience, yarn, hook, and a good pattern or imagination. With wearables, this is no exception. You can even crochet some amazing and fashionable items that will have others asking you, “Where did you get that?”

Here are a few ideas for your crochet fashion all year round:

1. Rings. Can you believe it? There are patterns available to crochet beautiful rings to wear on your fingers. How cool is that? This is where it’ll get fun and maybe a bit challenging for you, if you are the novice or beginning crocheter. However, if you’re willing to give it a try, you can find one or two really nice ring patterns and wear them with a nice outfit. Here’s an excellent pattern for your first ring project: Crazy Ruffle Ring

2. Necklaces. Now some of you may be familiar with this idea. Crochet necklaces are definitely hot items. You can make them with or without beads and pendants. If you are interested in making a crochet necklace, check out the Angel Wings Necklace pattern.

3. Slippers. Well, I know this particular idea for crochet slippers isn’t necessarily for wearing outside. However, it’s great if you need something to wear indoors that will protect your feet and keep them comfy and cozy. You can actually find some really easy crochet slipper patterns. There’s nothing like a comfortable pair of slippers. So try this idea out some time.

In addition, if you enjoy crocheting rings, necklaces, and bracelets, you should consider crocheting with beads. Here is a link to help you get started with crocheting with beads: How to Crochet Single Crochet with Beads.

I hope you enjoy these crochet ideas…some are oldies but goodies. If you have tried some of these items, share a picture or leave a comment with more wearable ideas. We’d love to hear from you.

Happy Crocheting!

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