A little something to wear on Easter!
Crocheted in a straight line then tied to prop up the ears, this is not only customizable for most finger sizes, but it can also be used as a decorative napkin ring or around the silverware on your holiday table!
Scrap Yarns, photo was made with Premiere Cotton Yarns found at Michael’s
Worked in a single line then tied together, the shape of the ears is made at each end of the chain, then slip stitched around the entire perimeter to add support to the ears and keep them from being too floppy.
Chain 50 – this can be modified to fit all sizes of fingers; the remaining pattern should remain the same.
Sc into second chain from hook. In the next 9 stitches: 2 hdc, 2 dc, tc, 2dc, hdc, sc.
Sc into the next 30 stitches then in the next 10 stitches: sc, hdc, 2dc, tc, 2dc, 2hdc, sc.
Ch 1, sl st in each stitch all the way around and back again.
Sl st to join, fasten off, weave in ends.
When finished tie around finger, I used a simple knot and played with the ears until I was happy with them. If they are not long enough for pleasing ears or are too floppy, the beginning chain should be modified.
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