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Panther Paw Earrings.

I made this pattern up for earrings for the next fundraiser that DD’s school will have in the fall. I used their school colors of Red and Black, but any colors will work perfect!

Panther Paw Earrings

Please post back to this site if you make some. I would love to see them!

Paw Print Earrings

Some are having a problem getting to the pattern so I will post it here:

Materials: Size 3 Fashion Crochet Thread. Size 4 or E
crochet hook. 2 Hook earring findings.
Row 1: Ch 3 (counts as first dc), dc into the first ch 12
times, sl st to 3rd ch of ch 3. (13 dc )
Row 2: Ch 4, tr, sl st all in same st, *sl st in next dc, ch 4,
tr, sl st in same st, rep from * two more times.
Add earring finding to third ch of any ch 4.
Perfect in school colors for the Pep Squad!
You may sell these earrings for any fundraising function,
but you may NOT sell this pattern.
Thank you

I just checked the link and for some reason it is bring up another page with another link,   if you click on that link it will bring up the pattern.  I will see if I can fix this!

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Comments on: "Panther Paw Earrings." (17)

  1. Love the little paws! Do you have any thoughts on how I could alter them slightly to look more like Wolf paws? I had the same sort of thought as you had…..I want to make a football game lap afghan in maroon and gold with alternating color wolf paws. I can picture it in my head but can’t seem to find a patter for wolf paws that doesn’t involve graph paper.
    Or do you have suggestions on making your little paws be at the center of a granny square with the opposite color as the background of the square?

  2. isawienlady said:

    Good question…. I had tried to play around with another type of “paw” for our high school, DD is in elementary, but it didn’t work for me. I ch 3 and then did 4 dc in the first ch and then 2 sc and then 3 trc, 2sc sl st to the 3 ch of the first ch 3. That kind of gives you that true paw look. As for the toe pads you could stick with the round pads or you could.. ch 5 sl st in the 3rd ch from hook, trc, sl st all in the same dc. This would give you a picot that could look like a nail. Not sure if that would all work together for you or not but you are more then welcome to give it a go. Please let me know how it all turns out.

    As for making the paws for a granny square I would have to play around with that one for a bit. I think you have given me something else to do now!

    Thank you for stopping by and I hope that whatever you make you will stop by and show me! I love to see what people are doing out there!

    Shelly

  3. I love these you are so clever. I would like to do some for my local cat shelter. Ideal for fund raising. I wonder if you would mind? I would be very grateful for any advice from you.
    Kindest regards
    Sharon and 7 rescued cats.

  4. isawienlady said:

    I’m so glad that you like them! I don’t mind at all if you make them to sell, as long as you don’t sell the pattern its self. Another ideal would be to use worsted weight yarn and add a key ring to them. I made quite a few of these for the next fundraiser.

  5. I love these pawprints and would love to make them. I have not crocheted in years. where can I find this pattern? I can’t seem to find it on this site. Thanks!

  6. isawienlady said:

    Sarah, I’m glad my earrings have you getting your hooks back out! If you look under the photo you will see, in green, Paw Print Earrings. Just click on that link and it will take you to the PDF version of my pattern. You will have to have Adobe Reader to view it, so you may need to install that first. It is a free program that doesn’t take long to install. Here is the link for that. http://get.adobe.com/reader/

    I hope that you can send me a photo of your finished earrings as I would love to see them!!!

  7. Carolyn Fernalld said:

    I am also having problems accessing the pattern, and clicking on the green “Paw Print Earrings” as suggested above does not work.

  8. These earrings have been a hit at my daughter’s school (the Cougars). Girls are lining up to see them on the prize table at Family Fun Night.

    Thanks for sharing!

  9. technoshock said:

    hello, well i just love these paw print designs, but firstly i dont know how to crochet, and secondly i dont know one thing about crocheting : L i’d be really glad if someone gave me some really detailed help or how to make these what to use etc. my email is alphonse_rocksXD@hotmail.com thank you very much. these will make great gifts for my relatives 🙂

  10. thanks for the pattern Shelly Bean, I was searching the web for a paw pattern to put on a baby crochet sweater, and was tickled to be sent to your site. Great work Cuz! Donna

    • isawienlady said:

      I’m glad that you found me!! It is funny how something like the internet can bring into the life of someone that is hundreds of miles away in the blink of an eye!!

      I miss all of you all and really want to see that blanket when you finished!! XOXOXO

  11. Nzinga Johnson said:

    I’m going to make some for the next Hope animal shelter fund raiser.

  12. This pattern is wonderful!! I have been searching everywhere for little paw prints to put on my baby sister’s gloves for her Halloween costume and these are perfect! And I will be making myself some earring to match. Thanks so much for this pattern =)

  13. i just recently started crocheting. my sons school mascot is a panther…so i love this. i am not good at reading patterns yet….can someone help me….is there a video someone could send me to my email on this pattern…please. mandeeprichard80@yahoo.com

    • isawienlady said:

      I’m so sorry that it took me so long to see your post!! I don’t have a video up that shows how to do this pattern but I would be more then happy to help you out. Ask me any thing you need help with and I will do my best to walk you through it. It is a very simple pattern and I’m sure you will find it easy once you understand how to read it!

      I hope to hear from you again,
      Shelly

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