Tuesday, September 2, 2014

Joined Little Crochet Flower Pattern

Today I want to share a real easy little pattern with you. It's only chains and a slip stitch, but it looks oh so cute! Hope you enjoy and I am curious to see what you all are going to make out of it!




19 comments:

  1. Hi! Thanks for sharing this cool pattern! :)
    Ingrid xx
    http://myfunkycrochet.blogspot.be

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    1. Hi again! Just to let you know, I saw your pattern online about 3.30 am, then had to leave on a trip and as soon as the sun was up (around 7am), I started crocheting your little flowers (luckily I wasn't the one driving, haha!) and I made a little flower necklace from it! I will write about it on my blog tomorrow and post you the link here as well as refer my readers to your excellent blog! :)
      (How does that sound?)
      Ingrid xx
      http://myfunkycrochet.blogspot.be

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    2. Hi Atty: I just posted my blog entry here:

      http://myfunkycrochet.blogspot.be/2014/09/finnish-granny-square-scarf-v-stitch.html

      and you can see I mentioned about your tutorial and gave the link to your blog back! (Hope you will get some new followers, too!)

      Happy weekend!
      Ingrid xx

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    3. Hi! That looks nice! And I see you're working with stone washed. I love the colors and the feel of that yarn.
      Also Happy Weekend to you!

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  2. helemaal lief en leuk .. gedeeld op publieke :-) https://www.facebook.com/jennekevm?ref=hl
    x jenneke

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  3. What did you make with these cute little flowers? I'm thinking I will use mine for a shawl.

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    1. I didn't make anything yet, was just playing around and came up with the little flower. Thought it was nice to share and see what people come up with. :-)

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  4. These flowers are really cute. I could well imagine a shawl, but joining them to form a mandala to put on a table could also be a nice idea. I will try the pattern as soon as I find some free space. Have a nice evening, Viola

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  5. They are lovely, thank you very much for share :-)

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  6. What a lovely shawl they would make...may try a sock yarn or other lacey weight yarn...
    Hmmm...thinking: monochrome or a bright infusion of wildflowers? A big thank you for sharing!
    Happy hooking,
    Mary

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  7. I love these sweet little flowers, but I am wondering how you would hide so many ends.

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    1. I show in the pictures, just tuck away! :-)

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  8. I love your photo tutorials. Absolutely the best I've come across. Thank you.

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  9. thank you so much for sharing. The colours you use are magical!!. I saw your blog when I was looking for giving a workshop at my "breicafe". I was wondering which yarn you used for the blue flowers.
    I really love these colours!





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