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Crochet Flower Bookmark


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There are lots of crochet flowers out there, but none as cute and simple to make as this one! I looked all over the place for a pretty, but not to difficult 3D flower to make for my bookmarks, but I couldn't find one anywhere so I designed my own. I originally made mine into bookmarks, but you can make yours into anything. So far I've used it to decorate bunting, cushions, pincushions, hair clips and bobbles and brooches. What will you make? This pattern has two versions, the abbreviated version for the more experienced crocheter, and a full colour photo illustrated version, with step-by-step instructions for beginners. If you need some of the hardware, like buttons or jumbo paperclips, contact me or visit my website to buy some. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY single crochet/slip stitch double crochet half treble crochet treble crochet GAUGE I used a 3.5mm hook and 4ply (fingering) weight yarn to get a flower about 1inch (25mm) across. If you use a bigger hook or thicker yarn, you'll get a bigger flower, and if you use a smaller hook or thinner yarn, you'll get a smaller flower! SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Depends on your hook and yarn weight! SUGGESTED YARN 5 meters of Fingering weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN DMC Natura Just Cotton COLORWAY Any

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Porcini & Button
Porcini & Button
My name is Sarah, and I'm a craft addict. I don't think I've found my one single addiction yet, I keep wanting to try new crafty ventures all the time! Lately, I'm in a crochet mood and I've just started producing my own patterns. I like taking a modern twist on crochet goods by using bold, modern colours and simple motifs to make beautiful objects. At the moment I make everything from sewing accessories to fashion accessories using my crochet and knitting skills. I also love to sew, draw (although I'm not that good!), make jewellery, do the odd bit of woodwork and bake. Lot's of tea and bourbon biscuits are harmed in the production of my patterns.