This crochet peacock feather crochet pattern uses embroidery floss to make a colorful, silky feather. Use different yarns and colors to create the size and look you want for your peacock feathers. This post contains affiliate links, which means I get a small commission at no extra cost to you. This crochet peacock feather pattern is available in my shops: Ravelry, Etsy, my Whistle and Ivy Pattern shop. AND it’s available in my All-Access Pass. Learn more here. Thanks for your support!
These darling crochet cactus earrings make a quick gift or a fun evening crochet project. The whimsical design make them fun for summer barbecues or a day spent at the farmer’s market. These crochet earrings are made using embroidery floss, so the color options are endless.
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Happy Friday, friends! Yesterday I completed a project I have been thinking about doing for a while: granny square earrings. I have only crocheted earrings once before (these peacock feathers), so it’s still an area where I am new. I hesitated because I wasn’t sure if they would really fly. BUT I like them, so I guess that’s all that really matters, right? Plus, they work up quickly, which you may know, I LOVE.
Have you even worked with polymer clay? My parents gave me some as a child with some bead and shape molds. I really had a lot of fun with it. I remember the clay was pretty stiff and I had to work it in my hands for several minutes before it was malleable. Since grade school, I hadn’t really tried working with it again, but I am glad to find out that the new polymer clays are much softer and easier to work with! I decided to make some easy geometric beads for earrings and polymer clay proved to be the perfect medium.
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I am feeling my baby kick as I write this post. I forgot how wonder-some that is. Although the pregnancy is making my brain fuzzy, so blogging has been a bit harder than usual!
But I am excited to share this tutorial with you today. Some of you may remember my Paper Feather Earrings. Well, making jewelry out of paper was so fun, and so easy, I decided I had to do it again.