My name is Stefanie. My grandmother taught my mother, and then my mother taught me, the basics of knit and crochet. After going through college without really practicing, I decided to get back to ...
My name is Stefanie. My grandmother taught my mother, and then my mother taught me, the basics of knit and crochet. After going through college without really practicing, I decided to get back to this versatile craft. I chose to specialize in creating, then knitting and crocheting patterns from photos/drawings/writings/anything that I can see.
Now, I want to specialize in MiCrochet--crocheted embroidery floss. I have gained a surprising amount of experience in the short time since I've begun; looking back at projects in even a 6-month span shows progress like from the Stone Age to the Bronze. I don't know what kind of potential is left, but hopefully by the end of my life, I will improve to the Digital Age!
This pattern is of a simple generic flower, worked in the round. The pattern is a chart only. It can be used to make coasters or just decorations, depending on your hook size and chosen string. As single crochet, it amounts to 8 rows, or 16 stitches across, so the type of string can greatly affect its size and function.
It will also soon be available as part of a set of different but equally simple flowers!
None; size depends on your chosen strings and hook