I noticed with my previous round ripple patterns that it somewhat looked like a flower without any leaves. I gave it a whirl to make it look like a flower with leaves and this is the finished product. It was quick and fun with the chunky yarn. What I also love about this pattern is the use of the L hook. It is larger than suggested for the yarn weight, but it works quickly and adds extra softness to the finished product. It is also very good for people with eyesight issues or dexterity problems because the larger hook and stitches are easier.
This adorable pattern can be used as an heirloom infant afghan or a super cute rug. I also allow purchasers of this pattern to sell the finished products they make with this pattern. Have fun with the color choices to get different flower looks. Please share pictures of your finished product on my Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/crochetbymonica. Please share this pattern to help me keep my patterns inexpensive.
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I have always loved crafting. In 2002 I met a woman at work willing to teach me to crochet. It was not long before I was teaching her and then in 2004 I started writing my own patterns. I love ...
I have always loved crafting. In 2002 I met a woman at work willing to teach me to crochet. It was not long before I was teaching her and then in 2004 I started writing my own patterns. I love designing and sharing crochet patterns. Please follow me on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/crochetbymonica. If you like my patterns, please HEART them on here and share them on Facebook -- this helps me keep my patterns inexpensive. God bless you every day!View all patterns by designer (12) »