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Mini Crochet Circle Rings for Mom

These sweet little rings are just the pop of color you need to bring the bling! Mom will love these, you will love these.

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Mini Crochet Circle Rings

They are super simple, easy enough for the beginning crocheter. So let’s get started!

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Supplies:

  • yarn – any size gauge works – the mini-minis are with Lion Brand Bon Bons 
  • crochet hook – g or h is best
  • scissors
  • crochet needle
  • glue – I love E-6000
  • blank rings – I bought mine at etsy

Crochet supplies for mini circle rings

Pattern:

For these circles, you’re basically making a circle center start. That’s it. It’s one row of a circle start, using a basic 4 chain start and 10-12 single crochets. Here’s my pattern:

1. Chain 4.

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2. Slip stitch through the first chain.

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3. Chain 10-12 single crochets (sc) through the center of the 4 chained stitches.
For the thicker yarn – sc 10. For the thinner yarn – sc 12.

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4. Slip stitch through the first loop on your first single crochet stitch.

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5. Cut the yarn, and pull it through to finish.

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6. With your crochet needle, thread in both of your tails. I do this through the center of the circle and it helps to tighten your circle’s center, leaving no hole in the middle. Nice and tight.

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Make lots. They are fast. I like to double them up for each ring, one thicker yarn with a contrasting thin smaller yarn.

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Let’s make the rings:

Crochet circle ring supplies

1. Choose your combo of crochet circles. You can keep them single, but adding two is much more fun.

Crochet Mini Circle Rings 1

2. Add a drop of glue to your blank ring and add your crochet circle.

3. Add another drop of glue and add another crochet circle on top for contrast.

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Let these dry completely. It might take a few hours. Then you’ve got some gorgeous new bling!

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So get going, make Mom happy!

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11 comments

    1. Good question. I’m sure it could, I haven’t quite mastered that method yet. But it’s just the same, and would probably pull even tighter in the center!

      1. *nods* It does pull really tight in the center, almost making the center hole disappear completely. I’ll give it a try and let you know how it turns out!

  1. I made rings similar to these about a year ago, but crocheted around thin elastic, so one size could fit most fingers. I put the elastic around my finger, cut it, sewed it, and crochete it then used the long tail to sew it to the flower. It fits great.

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