Crochet Pattern: Teardrop Earrings

By Rachel Choi – 4 Comments
Added to the Crochet Spot Store, this pattern set includes 2 different teardrop earrings! The beaded earrings are made with size 10 thread and use a total of 30 beads per earring. There is even a photo tutorial to show you how to crochet with the beads! The non beaded earrings use a light weight yarn so they aren’t heavy on your ears, while still maintaining its shape while being worn. Both earrings are easy and fast to crochet.

Skill Level: crochet skill level easy

Finished Sizes:
Beaded Earrings: 1 3/4” (4.5 cm) long, 1 1/2” (4 cm) wide including beads
Earrings (no beads): 1 1/2” (4 cm) long, 1 1/4” (3 cm) wide

crochet earrings

Materials for Beaded Earrings:
Size 10 Thread (small amount)
Crochet hook US 0 (2.55 mm)
2 Earrings hooks
30 Seed beads size 6/0 for each earring
Optional: Beading needle
crochet yarn size 0
Materials for Earrings (no beads):
Light Weight Yarn (small amount)
Crochet Hook F (3.75 mm)
2 Earring hooks
crochet yarn size 3

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  1. Angie says:

    I love your earrings! So creative!

  2. Lane† says:

    Those are Adorable!!!

  3. Raquel says:

    omg, these are too cute, I so have to make these. as soon as i get some thread i’ll be making these.

  4. Rachel, I’ve been designing and making jewelry for many years, and I’ve never really been interested in crochet jewelry before. Just looked at the patterns and thought “Nah.” These are cute! I love the one with the little beads! I have one wee suggestion for you, though. The earrings will dangle much better and hang in a better position if you insert a little metal jump ring in the body of the earring, and then insert the earwire into that, instead of directly inserting the earwire into the body of the earring. I learned this the hard way, by doing, as I was self-taught! Now, I’m wondering if I could crochet these earrings using an uber-thin sterling silver wire? Hmmmm? Think I’m going to have to try! Great job, as usual, Rachel!

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