Put a Ring on it…A Crocheted Ring!

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Ring on it

I love spending hours visiting with my dear Great Aunt Annabelle (who is just getting ready to celebrate her 94th), that I decided that I needed to try something new with crocheting that she has been the inspiration for.  My Dear Aunt is known for wearing rings, in fact a ring on every finger.  I remember as a child sneaking into her bathroom and looking at them while they sit perfectly arranged in the jewelery box; the detail, the sparkle, the multiple colors and the size of them covering nearly half of her finger when she wore them.  I know this is a special memory of her that I will carry with me for the rest of my life.  Thank you for letting me share it with you.

So it is this memory that I have decided to try my hand at creating beautiful rings.  I hope you enjoy them as much as I do.

 

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Put a Ring on it….A Crochet Ring!

Materials Needed:
Hook size 4
Aunt Lydia’s size 10 Crochet Thread
Embroidery Needle

Stitch Guide:
SS – Slip Stitch
CH – Chin
SC – Single Crochet
HDC – Half Double Crochet
DC – Double Crochet
DDC – Decreasing Double Crochet

Gauge is not important for this pattern.

Magic Circle is used to start all rings.

Picot

Ring on it

  1. CH1, 12SC in circle, join with SS in first SC
  2. CH1, DDC using same as joining and next stitch, CH3, *DDC using next 2 stitches, CH3*, repeat from *to* around, join in first completed DCSONY DSC
  3. CH3, SS in first CH, SS in CH3 space, CH3, SS in first CH, *SS in next DC, CH3, SS in first CH, SS in next CH3 space, CH3, SS in first CH*, repeat from *to* around, join with SS in joining of row 2  SONY DSC
  4. CH necessary number to fit around desired finger, join with SS in space between Picots opposite starting CH

 

Shell

Ring on it

  1. CH1, 12SC in circle, join with SS in first SC
  2. CH6 (counts as first DC and CH3 space), skip a stitch, *DC in next, CH3*, repeat from *to* around, join with SS in first DC
  3. *4DC in CH3 space, SS in DC*, repeat from *to* round, join with SS in joining of row 2
  4. CH necessary number to fit around desired finger, join with SS in space between Shells opposite starting CH

 

Diamond Picot

Ring on it

  1. CH1, 8SC in circle, join with SS in first SC
  2. CH1, HDC in same as joining, CH4, skip next stitch, HTC in next stitch, CH4, skip next stitch, HDC in next stitch, CH4, skip next stitch, HTC in next, CH4, join with SS in first HDC
  3. CH1, SC in same as joining, CH3, SS in first CH, *5SC in CH 4 space, SC in HTC, CH3, SS in first CH, 5SC in next CH4 space, SC in HDC, CH3, SS in first CH, 5SC in next CH4 space*, repeat from *to* around, join with SS in HDC
  4. SS in Picot (CH3, SS in first CH), SS in space of skipped 2CH, CH necessary number to fit around desired finger, join with SS in third Picot of row 2SONY DSCSONY DSC

If you do not crochet and would like to purchase a ring please feel free to send me a custom request at https://www.etsy.com/shop/KatiDCreations?ref=si_shop

Published July 2014, KatiDCreations.com

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8 thoughts on “Put a Ring on it…A Crocheted Ring!

  1. Hi katiD

    Your crochet ring designs are gorgeous.
    Just wondering though, is the ring adjustable? Or is it mounted on a ring base?
    Thanks heaps
    Jacqui

    • Sorry the ring is not adjustable nor is the ring is not mounted on anything. It is simply a chain that you make to fit the particular finger you chose and then joining again with the main part of the ring.

  2. I love these rings! I have actually never seen a crocheted ring before. I plan to make some for my daughter! Thank you!

  3. I just made the diamond picot ring this morning (it reminds me of the Native American symbol for the four cardinal directions), I used premier yarn spangle in coppertones (it’s variegated shades of copper with a metallic copper thread mixed in). I LOVE it! I am fairly newish to crochet, and your directions were easy to read, the ring worked up fairly quickly, and it’s gorgeous. Thank you for posting the patterns, and I can’t wait to make the others!

    • Im so glad you love it, I’m sure the variegated color looks beautiful!! I have never heard of the Native American symbol so thank you for sharing that with us!

  4. I was very happy to uncover this website. I need to to thank
    you for your time for this wonderful read!! I definitely liked every part
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