Crochet Pattern: Crazy Ruffle Ring

By Rachel Choi – 40 Comments
This crazy ring is for the bold and super fabulous ladies who dare to wear it! Unlike typical chunky fashion rings, this ring is light, soft and fluffy (never thought I’d say that about a ring) since it’s crocheted entirely with size 10 thread. Feel free to crochet this ring with any 2 of your favorite colors.

Skill Level: crochet skill level easy

Finished Size: 1 1/2″ (4 cm) in diameter ruffle, ring size can be adjusted using the instructions within the pattern.

Size 10 thread – small amount of Color A (black in photo) and Color B (white in photo)
Crochet Hook US 1 (2.35 mm)
Sewing needle
Stitch marker
crochet yarn size 0

Gauge: rounds 1 – 3 in ruffle pattern measure 1 1/2″ in diameter

Need help understanding the abbreviations and symbols? Check out the crochet abbreviation chart.

Crochet Pattern: Crazy Ruffle Ring

Round 1: with color A, ch 15 or a chain that fits loosely around the intended finger, sl st in first ch forming a ring being careful not to twist chain
Round 2: ch 1, sc in each ch around, sl st in first sc made joining to beginning of round
Finish off.

Round 1: with color A, start with a magic adjustable ring, 24 dc in ring, place marker: 24 dc
Round 2: 6 dc in each dc around, changing to color B in last dc made: 144 dc
Round 3: sc in each dc around: 144 sc
Finish off. Sew ruffle to ring.

Need help while crocheting your ring? No worries, feel free to leave a comment below!

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  1. Lori says:

    Great idea!

  2. Macy says:

    I have a ruffle dress that this ruffle ring would match 🙂

  3. Angie says:

    Super Cute!

  4. Sarah Dee says:

    Err, not my thing, at all.

  5. Quesandra says:

    This is so cute. I’ll definitely will be doing one this weekend.

  6. Danette says:

    super-duper cute…

  7. Squirrely Girly says:

    It has been FOREVER since Rachel did a free pattern! Finally! And it’s super cute, too! Rachel, keep making little free patterns like this! 🙂

  8. Mamta says:

    That is too Cute!! I love it!

  9. Robin says:

    Very cute ring. I will definitely try it!

  10. Cathye Clark says:

    I love unusual rings and this fits the bill and is so easy. Added bonus colors are up to you.

  11. Nancy says:

    What a cool ring! I will be making it for my sister-in-law; she will LOVE it!!! Thanks for posting the pattern.

  12. Sarah says:

    Love it. I made a ring for my daughter and me. Only she took mine and is using it as a hat for her barbie doll.

  13. Mary Ann says:

    I love this. I am going to try this weekend.

  14. Marieta says:

    lovely, greatt¡¡¡

    thank you Rachel

  15. Jeneve says:

    Love the ring!! Will make it tonight.

  16. Mandy says:

    I made this ring at the weekend and loved it. It was a hit with my family as well who all thought it was really nice, got a feeling I’ll be making more of them 🙂

  17. Melanie says:

    Cute! Will make this later!

  18. Celina says:

    great pattern.. will try it as soon as i finish the one i’m working on..
    what do u mean by “place marker” in the first round of the ruffle?

  19. Olivia says:

    I LOVE LOVE LOVE THIS RING!!!!!!!!!!!!

  20. Kit says:

    Hiya Rachel. I am having trouble with the yarn used.
    Ravelry says ‘thread’ isn’t really any number of plies. Yet I have researched crochet cotton 10 online and apparently that is 3ply? (One listing says is was 2ply). You can understand my frustration!

    Crochet cotton is quite difficult for me to get hold of unless it is online, is there any alternative? Like double knit and a 1mm hook? :=)

    • Rachel says:

      Hi Kit, size 10 thread is the same weight that most doilies are made of (if that helps). Although that’s what I used to create the ring in the photo, you can actually use any thread and hook you like, just adjust the size of the thread or hook to make the size ring you want.

  21. Kit says:

    It may look a little like a cocktail ring if I use DK. I have just been to my local craft store and I’ve found two balls that say No.10 on them. It’s looking god so far.

  22. Virginia says:

    Pleae tell me what is meant by the adjustable ring

  23. RL says:

    Thank you for this pattern!! I work with a group of ten ladies and needed to figure out small gifts for Christmas…made my first ring tonight and love it…nine more to go!!!

  24. Raushanah says:

    Hi… I have a question. Is ok if I sale the finished product of this pattern?

  25. […] 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 […]

  26. lgm says:

    I made a couple of these to match my granddaughter’s favorite pink and purple outfit but I made the “ring” just large enough to put a shoe lace through. I slid one to the center of each shoe lace before lacing her shoes. She loves her “fower”s and is now actually eager to wear her shoes. Thanks for the inspiration.

  27. Lexi says:

    Just about to start making this ring. Can’t wait to see how I do! It’s my first time using crochet thread and numbered, as opposed to lettered, hooks. I thought I would point out, though, that your material list says that the 1 hook is a 2.35mm, but my 1 hook says 2.75mm. I’m going to use it anyway, so I hope it still works! 🙂

  28. Miranda says:

    I love this pattern! It’s adorable. I’m just a little confused on the magic ring part. Can anyone help me?

  29. Penny Taylor says:

    I would love to try this, but have never crocheted with any type of thread before. Would it be possible to use yarn instead of thread to make these rings or would it turn out to be too big? I would imagine you would have to use a fairly small hook if you could use yarn, do you think a F or E hook would work? Would appreciate any thoughts in this idea. Thank You!

    • Rachel says:

      Hi Penny, yes, it will turn out bigger if you use yarn. Even if you use a smaller hook, it will still turn out to be bigger than the thread version. If you don’t mind a larger ring, go for it! Also, there is always a first time for everything, you can try to crochet with thread if you’d like 🙂

  30. Nancy says:

    What is a Magic Adjustable Ring I am supposed to start with on the flower round?

  31. Nateria says:

    In the second round do we chain anything.

  32. Nateria says:

    OK so magic circle no chain OK

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