* crochet earrings

Posted on October 27th, 2004 by maitreya. Filed under Inspiration.


These crochet earrings made by Purldrop are for sale at Cut+Paste. I think I’ll try to make something similar the next time the crochet bug hits.

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4 Responses to “crochet earrings”

  1. Fatma Cokgezci Says:

    Hey,
    I love the earrings and the fact that have been crocheted make them creative and original. I am very determined and planned to make earrings that have been crocheted, I fought they wouldn’t exist. Thank you very much.

    Another thing, I am 17 years old and plan to make a lot of earrings to sell to H&M or other designer stores. Would they purchase them from me?

  2. Maitreya Says:

    Hi, just to reiterate, they’re made by Purldrop, not me. I actually tried to make some a while back and wasn’t happy with what I came up with (too big, mainly. I might try again with finer thread.) I hope you have better luck than me. I honestly have no idea if stores would buy them. Sorry I’m not more help!

  3. erin Says:

    while i am very flattered that people like my crochet earrings, i’d prefer if they were more of a jumping-off point or inspiration, rather than something that others aim to copy directly. i’m sure lots of indie designers feel the same way. everyone has a unique vision, wouldn’t you rather figure out what is special about your own ideas?
    that being said, this is a wonderful blog and i really enjoy checking out your crafting progress and links to others!

  4. Valerie Says:

    How can I get the pattern for both of your earrings

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