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Spring is my favorite time of the year. There's something just breathtakingly beautiful about trees that are covered in blossoms.
I adore magnolia trees, and I wanted to create a crochet pattern that didn't involve sewing together individual petals, but I didn't want to lose the dimensionality of the outer and inner layers of petals. This flower is constructed in three pieces: the outer petals, the inner petals, and the center. Once you get the hang of making the petals, it's a very easy pattern to follow!
There are numerous photographs to help guide you through the process as well as a text only version at the end for printing purposes.
This is a beautiful, 3-dimensional flower that can be attached to headbands, hats, purses, cardigans... The possibilities are endless!
I'm a SAHM to 3 wonderful children, and in my free time (AKA when I'm ignoring the piles of laundry and dishes and pretending that the dust bunnies in the corners of every room in the house don't really exist), I knit, crochet, sew, craft, cook and blog. Visit my blog www.jkwdesigns.com for more free patterns, recipes, craft tutorials and free printables!