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herringbone beads crochet earring

Hanacrochetdesign Eva Widjaja, hanacrochetdesign

herringbone beads crochet earring

Hanacrochetdesign Eva Widjaja, hanacrochetdesign

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5 Lessons (34m)
    • 1. introduction

      1:17
    • 2. Tools and materials

      2:15
    • 3. Lesson 1 : learn basic crochet stitches

      8:09
    • 4. Lesson 2 : How to crochet the flowers

      12:20
    • 5. Lesson 3 : How to put the earrings

      10:13
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In this class we're going to learn how to make this herringbone crochet earrings

First, I will introduce all the tools and materials that you need, then I will demonstrate how I crochet the flowers. And last, we will attach all parts together. 

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1. introduction: Hi everyone, Welcome back to Hannah crochet design. In this class, I'm going to show you how to make this herringbone beards, earrings with a crushing flowers at the bottom. First, I'm going to show you all the tools and materials that we need to make this earrings. Such as the perfect crochet track for the flowers, the crochet hook size, the type of the bits. After that, I'm going to teach you how to grow flowers. And for the final steps, I'm going to teach you how to put the earrings together. So by the end of this lesson, you'll be able to create this earrings if you're interested to make one. Good. My next lesson, to see all the tools and materials that we need to create this earrings. 2. Tools and materials: In this lesson, I'm going to show you all the tools and materials that we need to create this crunchy earrings. We're going to start with a crochet tread. To make this flower. I'm using crochet tread number 80. I use crucial threat from a brand called Dodoma. I used the gray color and the beach color. If you cannot find this brand in your country, you can consider to use DMC crochet track number API. And for the whole, I'm using this 0.5 millimeter crochet hook. You will also need a building foundation fabric. I'm using this brand called laces def stuff. You will also need a bidding trap, or you can use any regular sewing trip beading needles. For this, we're going to use different kinds of fields. I'm using this tree millimeter cupids in white color and gray color. And I also use this blue sit bits. This is from a brand called milky. You will also need swore speakers. Oh, this is for meeting with our silver Swarovski crystal. You will also need three millimeters silver sequence. You will knit fabrics. Deep honor, to Stephen, your course, your power to make this earrings. I use stainless still surgical air posts. And finally, to cover up the back of the earrings, you will meet sweat fabric. You can buy these on Amazon or AliExpress. That's all for the dose and materials. In the next lesson, we're going to learn some basic stitches, suggests how the magic circle, how to do single crochet and all the basic stitches. 3. Lesson 1 : learn basic crochet stitches: Hi everyone. So today I'm going to demonstrate some of the basic stitches that we're going to use, the meat flowers on this tutorial, I'm using my size 4 D. And this one is Clover book size 1 million events. So we'll start with sleep, not wrap the yarn over your finger. Insert your hook and neither purse yarn, drawn a second yarn, pull it through, and then you go into let go the yarn on your finger and then the pipe and asleep not you pull the tail of the track to make the chain. You wrap the yarn over your book, and then you pull it through the loop. Wrap the yarn over your hook. And then for each yarn over, pull it through. The next stage is called single crochet. I already made my first single crochet here. So you have to do is you insert your hook into the next stage. And then you yarn over. Or it's true. When you have two loops on your book. Yarn over again. For each row totals. Insert your hook into the next speech. Yarn over, pull it through. Now you have two loops on the hook. Yarn over, pull it through. The next stage is called half double crochet. So you're going to yarn over, insert your hook into the stitch. You're going to yarn over and pull it through. Now you have three loops on your book. They're going to yarn over, pull through two loops. We do that one more time. Yarn over. Insert your hook into the stitch. Yarn over for each rule. Now you have three loops on your hook. Yarn over again and post rotary loops. The next stage is called double crochet. Yarn over. Insert your hook into the stitch. Yarn over, pull through. Now you have three loops on your hook. Yarn over, pull through two loops. Now you have two loops on your hook. Yarn over, pull through two loops. Let's do it one more time. Yarn over. Insert your hook into the stitch. Yarn over. Pull through. Now you have three loops on your hook. Yarn over, pull through two loops. Yarn over. Cultural tubes. The next stage is called Travel crochet. So you're going to yarn over 2 times 1, 2. And you're going to insert your hook into the stitch. Yarn over. Pull through the stitch. Now you have four loops on your hook. You're going to yarn over, pull through two loops. Now you have three loops on your whole yarn over, pull through two loops. Now you have loops on your hook. Yarn over, pull through two loops. Let's do it one more time. We're going to wrap your yarn around your home two times, 12. And then you're going to insert your hook into the stitch. We're going to yarn over. Pull through. You have for loops on your AUC. Yarn over, pull through two loops. Now you have three loops on your hook. Yarn over, pull through two loops. Now you have two loops on your hook. Yarn over, pull through two loops. The next stage is called doubled trebled crochet. So you're going to yarn over three times 12 tree. Then you're going to insert your hook into the stitch. We're going to yarn over. And then for each room, now you have five loops on your hook. Yarn over, pull through two. Yarn over, pull through two loops. Yarn over, pull through two loops and allows one yarn over, pull through two loops. Let's do it one more time. We're going to yarn over 3 times 1. Two. Tree. Insert your hook into the next stage. Yarn over, pull through. You have five loops on your hook. Yarn over, pull through two loops. Yarn over, pull through two loops. Yarn over, pull through two loops, yarn over, pull through two loops. Next one we are going to learn how to make magic circle. Wrap your yarn around your finger like this. Insert your book and during the first yarn, and then draw the second yarn, pull it through, tweets, and then chain one. And this is your magic circle. And I'm going to make six single crochet into this magic circle. So I just need six single crochet into the magic circle. Now that I've done the magic circle, you're going to pull this Dale. And then you're going to make us sleep stage. So these are the basic features that we're going to use to make our cushy for our jewelry. Thank you for watching everyone. And so on. 4. Lesson 2 : How to crochet the flowers: In this video, I'm going to show you how to make these crochet flowers. There are two types of flowers. The first flower has two petals, while the other one has trip at those. And we will start with the two petals flower. I'm using grocery truck number 80 from the Roma. And I use this crazy. But you can use other brand as long as the tread size is AD. Such as this crusher trial from the MC. And for the crochet hook, I'm using this 0.5 millimeter crochet hook. For this tutorial, I'm going to use thicker treads so you all can see the stitches clearly. And I also have a basic crochet stitch, just diarrheal. I will put the link in the info box below. We will start with the magic circle. Wrap the yarn over your finger, prepare your hook. Insert your hook underneath the first yarn and then grab the second year, twist and then chain one. So this is how the magic circle looks like. From here I'm going to change to 1, 2. And then after that, I'm going to make five double crochet in the magic circle. So this is your first double crochet to tree far. And the last 15. Next we're going to work on the next row. I'm going to start with. And then I'm going to make double crochet in the first stage. Next I'm going to make two treble crochet in the next stage. So this is your first travel crochet. This is your second trouble crochet. And I'd have to trouble crochet in the next stage. This is your first trebled crochet. And this is your second trouble crochet. Again, in the next stage I'm going to make trouble Croce. This is your first double crochet. And this is your second trouble crochet. Next I'm going to make two double crochet in the next ditch. This is your first double crochet. And this is the second double crochet chain one and then flip my crochet work. And then I'm going to start with that background. We will start with a single crochet in the first stage. Half double crochet and a double crochet stitch. This is your half double crochet. And then a double crochet in the same stage. Two double crochet in the next stage. So this is your first double crochet. And this is the second double crochet. Two double crochet in the next stitch. This is your first double crochet. And this is the second double crochet. Two double crochet. In the next stage. This is your first double crochet. And this is the second double crochet. Two double crochet in the next ditch. This is your first double crochet. And this is the second double crochet. Two double crochet. In the next stage. This is your first double crochet. And this is the second double crochet. Two double crochet in the next stage. So this is your first double crochet. And this is the second double crochet. And elastic, I'm going to make half double crochet. Then chain one, and then slip stitch into the same stitch. So this is the end of the third row. From here I'm going to change. And then I'm going to make a slip stitch in the last double crochet that we made in the first round. Next I'm going to chain tree 12 tree. And then I'm going to make a slip stitch in the magic circle. So this is how the first petal looks like. Do not dive into magic circle yet. Next we're going to create a second petal. The steps is exactly the same as the first battle. So from here we're going to chain tree 12 tree. And then we're going to make five double crochet in the magic circle. Next I'm going to change. And then we're going to work on the second round. I'm going to make half double crochet in the first ditch to travel crochet in the next stitch, to a treble crochet in the next stage, to travel crochet in the next stitch. And then last 12 double crochet in a last ditch. I'm going to flip my crucial work and then start with the third round. We will start with a single crochet. In the first stage, 1.5 double crochet and one double crochet in the next stage. Two double crochet in the next stage, and then continue with the next five stitches. So we are on the fifth stitch now. I'm going to make two double crochet and that stage. And in the last stitch I'm going to make half double crochet. And then chain 1 and slip stitch into the same stage. So this is the end of the third round, same as the first petal. I'm going to obtain two. And then slip stitch in the last double crochet that we made in the first round. Next I'm going to chain 3. And then I'm going to make a slip stitch in the magic circle. From here, you can tie then the magic circle and then pi naught. This is how the dopa looks like. If you're using crochet truck number 80 for one pair of earrings unit the crochet. Next I'm going to show you how to create this tree petal flowers and what a crochet tread. I'm using this peach color also from the rumor. The crochet pattern is exactly the same. After you reach this point, you're going to start with your top petal. I'm almost finished with that, that petal. So after you finish with the ground. So same thing again, I make good chains and then I'm going to make a slip stitch in the last double crochet that we made in the first round. Then after that I'm going to chain 3. And then I'm going to make a slip stitch in the magic circle. Next we're going to tighten the magic circle by pulling the tail of the tread. And then to finish it off, you just have to tie knots. And this is how the flower looks like if you're using crochet track number 80. And for a pair of earrings unit the Crochet for flowers. Please watch the next video to see how I put the earrings together. 5. Lesson 3 : How to put the earrings: In this video, I'm going to show you how I put the earrings together. I'm using this bidding foundation fabric from a brand called lazy stiff stuff that I've caught in those small rectangle. And I'm using this bidding track, but you can use any other cotton thread or regular sewing trust that you already have. I'm using this trimming bits. And then I saw it one by one onto the bidding foundation fabric in a herringbone pattern. As you can see, I didn't start right away from the bottom. I'm going to leave that space empty because I'm going to fill it up with sepia. I'm going to solve for q bits in the first column. When you're sewing your TOP, it's near the edge of the square. You want to be very careful not to eating foundation. So this is how the first column it looks like. And I'm going to continue to the second one. Hi. For the bottom part, I'm using this silver tube bits. You want to bring your needle up and then insert the tube bits and then go back down. And then usually I guess so few times to secure the bits. And when you're sewing your bits near the edge of the square, I usually bring my needle to the back over the side of the square and bring my needle up again. This way. I'm not going to rip the, the edge of the square. I'm going to add another line up, seal forbids, then we're again. So this is what I do to prevent them from getting Rip. I bring my needle up from the site of the square inside Schroeder beats. And then go back down through the fabric. I'm going to show you again how I saw maybe it's near the edge of the square. So after I insert my beads, I bring my needle down and then bring it up through the fabric. And usually after I finish, I'm just going to run my needle through the beats again. You just want to make sure that all the bits are neatly aligned. Next, I'm going to fill up the top bar where the CFB, it's using this blue bits from me. Okay. I thought about them, but I'm going to fill it up with a Swarovski and also trimming. Next. We're going to solve all of the flowers. The sequence. I'm going to start with this beach trip out though followers. And I'll go into so another one at the other side. And next I'm going to have saw the gray flowers, that dopa flowers in between this two flowers. And that's it. They're almost done with our earrings. Next I'm going to cover up the back part of the earrings, attach the air posts and we're done. So the cover up the back of the earrings, I'm using this fabric. This is a sweat fabric. I've got this from AliExpress. I will put the link in the crochet pattern PDF file. I don't go into cut a small square as big as my earrings. And we'll go into, so this small square on the back of the earrings. Prepare your ear pose. I'm using the standard still surgical era pose. As you can see, I've already marked my square with a pencil, so I know where I'm going to put the interpose. Next. I'm going to solo these two parts together using blanket stitch method. You want to poke your needle up. And then you book your needle up again from the back. And then you bring your needle through the loop. And then pull the truck. Inset 12 bits. Poke your needle up from the back, and then bring your needle through the loops. And then pull the thread. Insert 12 bits up from the back again. Bring your needle through the loop and pulled a threat. Continue the steps along the edge of the square for the final steps. So I'm going to use fabrics dipolar, those different microtia work. You just need a small droplets off delta quit and mix it with water. And with the tweezers, I'm going to apply the liquid until microtia flowers. And you might want to leave it dry before you wear your earrings. This is how the earrings looks like. Thank you everyone for watching this video tutorial. Don't forget to follow me on Instagram or Skillshare. I will put both links in the info box below. See you in my next tutorial.