Pool Party Earrings, Free Crochet Pattern + Full Video Tutorial

The Pool Party Earrings are a super fun pair of statement earrings that you can whip up in no time!  Just a quick circle and tassel and they’re ready to wear.  Make a pair to match a swimsuit or favorite summer outfit too!

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  • E (3.5 mm) crochet hook 
  • 2 skeins of embroidery floss (I used DMC cotton floss in #603 for the circle and #964 for the tassel)
  • Yarn/tapestry needle (a smaller one that can be used with embroidery floss)
  • Scissors 
  • Measuring Tape
  • Earring hook
  • Beads (any type, just make sure they can fit onto the earring hook wire)
  • 2 jump rings
  • Jewelry pliers
  • Fabric stiffener & small brush (optional)


        • Total earring height is 3.5 inches tall
        • Circle is 1 inch tall
        • Tassel is 1.5 inches tall

        Pattern Notes:

        • If these earrings are too big for you, try a post backing or trim the tassel shorter.

        Circle Instructions:

        • Ch 4 and join in the chain furthest from the hook to create a ring.
        • Round 1: Chain 2, then work 15 dc into the center of the ring.
        • Slip stitch in the topmost chain at the beginning to close the round.
        • Weave in all ends.
        • Repeat for the second circle.

        Tassel Instructions:

        • Cut two pieces of yarn each about 8 inches long.
        • Wrap the floss around two fingers 10 times.
        • Carefully slip the bundle off of your fingers and tie it at the top with one of the floss strands you cut earlier.
        • Tie around the tassel around the top part, about a quarter of the way down.
        • Weave in the side tails if needed, but keep the top tails intact to tie onto the circle later.

        Assembly Instructions: 

        • Attach a jump ring to the top of the circle.  Attach the earring hook to the jump ring as well.
        • Open up the hook and string some beads onto the hook.
        • Tie the tassel to the bottom of the circle and weave in ends.
        • As an option, lightly paint the back of the circles and tassels with some fabric stiffener.  I have found that multiple thin layers works much better than one thick layer.
        • Let dry overnight and they are ready to wear!

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