Crochet Pattern: Giselle Earrings

By Amy Yarbrough – 6 Comments
Lovely and long, these earrings are perfect for a sun-dress, formal gown, or even just shorts and a tank. Adding a bead gives it a touch of glamour while the shimmer of the yarn speaks volumes of elegance. They are simple to make and pretty to look at so don’t be surprised if all your girlfriends want a pair! Tip: Make them shorter by only crocheting two circles per earring. Giselle Earrings

Skill Level:

Finished Size: 4″ (10 cm) long

Super Fine Weight Yarn (approximately 18 yards)
Crochet Hook D (3.25 mm)
Glass bead of your choice
Earring loops
Jewelry pliers

Single circle: 1” (2.5cm) in diameter

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Crochet Pattern: Giselle Earrings

Circle (make 6; 3 per earring)
Make adjustable ring, ch 3 (counts as 1 dc), 14 dc in ring: 15 dc
Cut yarn leaving a 10″ (25.5 cm) tail; do not knot or weave in.

Construction (worked from top of earring to bottom)
Insert hook into the working loop of one circle (call it circle one). With one loop on the hook, sl st into bottom of 2nd circle, (opposite of 2nd circle’s working loop), sl st into the next dc of 2nd circle, sl st into beginning st on circle one. Weave in ends. Attach circle three in the same manner.

Adding a bead
Insert hook into working loop of circle three, ch 1, string bead and pull it close to the hook, ch 1 around bead, and sl st to beginning st.

Weave in all ends. With jewelery pliers, attach earring loop to top of circle one.

Have any questions? Leave me a comment and I’ll see what I can do!

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  1. paty says:

    Looks easy. I’ll try it. Thank you for the pattern.

    • Darlene says:

      Well I just found the matching earrings I plan to do the same way I do the necklace for Christmas.
      Thank you you all your free patterns

  2. Divya says:

    Looks really pretty, thank you for the pattern, did you need to block the earrings to maintain shape?

    • Hi Divya, you’re very welcome!

      No, I didn’t block them. They are pretty tight stitches and therefore hold up well, but if you want to block them, then go right ahead. It would work just as well if not better.


  3. Marilyn says:

    I’m having a hard time putting them together. Is there any way I can get a clear description on how to put them together.

    • Amy says:

      Hello Marilyn,
      Each circle is connected with slip stitches. You slip stitch the working loop of circle one into the opposite end of circle two (meaning opposite end from circle two’s working loop) and then back into circle one. Then you do the same for circle three. Does this help?

      Happy Crocheting,

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