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Football Earrings: Crochet Pattern

Football Earrings Crochet Pattern was specifically created for the Team Spirit Blog Ho hosted by Remington Lane Crochet

The Blog Hop will start 9/8/23 and end 9/17/23. Be sure to tag each designer as you make their patterns through out the month of September.


These Crochet Football Earrings are scheduled to be featured on 9/10/23! During the 24-hours this pattern is featured you will be able to get the pdf from Ravelry for FREE with the coupon code provided on the host site. The pattern will also be 50% off in my Ribblr store for the duration of the blog hop!

The blog post here has the written instructions for these football earrings, the pdf has a few photos in it along with the written instructions. There is also a YouTube tutorial embedded here to help you create these earrings. If this video is helpful you can find more crochet tutorials on my YouTube channel. would love to have you stop by, check them out, and subscribe if you find the videos to be helpful.

Each day during the blog hop, a wonderful designer will have a turn being featured in which you will be able to get their featured pattern for 50% off or for FREE, depending what hey set their coupon code up to give. This is a great way to get introduced to some amazing designers and find out what your preferred pattern style is to follow. You can find the host blog with all the coupon codes here with the Team Spirit Host button.

If you don't want to wait or do all hopping; you can get all the patterns of the blog hop now! For just $10.00 with the Team Spirit Bundle Button, the bundle will have a presale starting on 9/5/23 and will be available until 9/30/23, after that this amazing bundle will be gone.

I would like to share with you the list of wonderful designers participating in this blog hop.

Here are the links to the pdf pattern on Ravelry and the interactive e-pattern on Ribblr.

To make these Football Earrings you will need a few items and need to know a few abbreviations, if there are any abbreviations you do not know or any you need help with check out the abbreviations link.

for working through My Crafty Pursuit Patterns

Video Tutorial:

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Written Pattern for Football Earrings:


Yarn: fine weight or crochet thread

I used:

¹ Royale Fashion Crochet Tread: Brown - 4 yards

Crochet Hook(s):

1.80mm hook

Other Supplies:

Dimensional fabric paint (puff paint), Hook earing, jewelry wire

and jewelry pliers

optional: spray starch

Gauge swatch:

small project, no gauge swatch


2 ½” x 1 ½”


-It can be beneficial to look through entire pattern before starting.

-The pattern is written in standard US terminology and written working right-handed

- 2sc = increase stitch, if inc is easier for you to follow than 2sc you can make notes throughout the pattern before starting.

-slst to join, is a slst that is pulled tight so it disappears, it is more of a knot than a stitch

-after making the base you can use your spray starch before adding your fabric paint to give a little more stiffness to your earring.

Earing Base:

Brown – 4 yards


ch 2

Row 1: sc 1 in the bb of the 2nd ch from hook (1)

Row 2: ch 1, turn, 2sc (2)

Row 3: ch 1, turn, [2sc]x2 (4)

Row 4: ch 1, turn, 2sc, sc 2, 2sc (6)

Row 5-9: ch 1, turn, sc 6 (6)

Row 10: ch 1, turn, sc2tog, sc 2, sc2tog (4)

Row 11: ch 1, turn, [sc2tog]x2 (2)

Row 12: ch 1, turn, sc2tog (1)

Note: changing from Rows to a Rnd for instruction 13. This Rnd will be working around the jewelry wire after the jewelry if formed around the shape you just made (there is a graphic in the pdf pattern on ravelry and in the e-pattern on ribblr for the wire instructions, the YouTube video also shows how this is done). using a 7"piece of 26 gauge, Fold in half and twist a ⅛” to ¼” loop in center, form around the shape just made.

you will sc in side bars around the wire, and at each end stitch you will sc, picot, sc (Row 1 and Row 12).

Row 13: ch 1, turn, sc 12, *sc-picot-sc*, sc 12, *sc-picot-sc*, slst in 1st sc to join (28 + 2picot)

Use puff paint to draw the string on the football, if using starch to add firmness to your football do that before painting and make sure the spray has dried completely before applying the paint.

Attach the earring hook to the loop of the wire

You now have a football earring!

find the pattern for free download on the feature day of the Team Spirit Blog Hop here:

be sure to grab your coupon code from the host site, to get the 100% discount!

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