Necklaces, bracelets, rings etc. Can be expensive, especially if you like to change it up and wear something new regularly. Luckily crocheted jewellery is funky, fun, and easy to make. Also, it doesn’t cost the earth.
Jewellery is not something I wear a lot, but I am very partial to rings. Since I am partial to ring patterns that have been put into one collection.
They are all decorated with different items sewn onto a crocheted ring. The ring can be made from regular cotton or embroidery floss to give your ring some gloss and stand out even more. Just like the ring you can make the decorative item out of regular cotton, embroidery floss, or any yarn you would like to show off on your hands. To make the ring smaller or larger, just increase or decrease the number of stitches.
The first item you can sew onto your ring is the flower. You can let your imagination go wild with colour combinations and then you can wear a bouquet on your hands.
Next we have a leaf. With this you could create the foliage of a tree by having one for each finger.
Following the leaf we have the stone. This is a simple item and the one most open to experimentation. You could produce an entire range of precious stones or go wild with texture.
Finally we have the fish. Be careful not to tempt the cat in your life as it might just see your fishy ring as a snack.
One bit of advise to give before you set off onto your adventure of ring making. The ring will stretch over time and with wear. Just something to keep in mind.
I will do a separate post with the ring patterns.
Thanks for reading and I look forward to chatting with you again soon.