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Wednesday, August 20, 2014

Joined Flowers Tutorial

Two days ago when I actualy was working on my "triangle circle" project, I felt like crocheting flowers to cheer up the rainy grey day. I posted the pictures on my FB page and in a couple of FB crochet groups. Than it started raining requests for the pattern!!!
So I worked really hard on it and here it is...
And now I have two new items on my really long list of unfinished projects.



I used Drops Paris, which they sell here at Deramores and here at Wool Warehouse, both ship worldwide.




Oh and do this every time right after you finish a flower! You'll be glad not having to do them all at once when you finish your project!

27 comments:

  1. Thank you so much! I LOVE this pattern! I don't see them as flowers, I see starfish. I plan a blanket of neutral colored starfish (cream, tan, brown, white, etc,) of various textures. I'll send you a picture when I have enough to show you. i appreciate the very clear directions and photos. You are an artist! Linda

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    1. Can't wait to see your blanket!

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    2. I'd love to see this version too. I love the ocean-side palette!

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  2. wat een prachtige tutorial ♥ en wat ziet het er gaaf uit ♥ tuurlijk heb ik je ff gelinked he:-) https://www.facebook.com/jennekevm?ref=hl#
    liefs jenneke

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  3. Hi!
    This looks fantastic, thanks so much for the details!
    Ingrid x
    myfunkycrochet.blogspot.be

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  4. OMG!!! Thanks so much for posting the pattern!! I love this!!

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  5. Thanks you for sharing and tje awesome photos! Going to make one red white amd blue

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    1. You're welcome! Would love to see pictures of your finished work!

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  6. Indeed beautiful. Nice colors n nice patterns

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  7. BeautifuL!
    What type of yarn are you using??

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  8. Oh, dit ga ik absoluut uitproberen!

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  9. Bedankt voor dit tutorial! Ik heb het vandaag uitgeprobeert. Het was erg leuk om te doen en ik hou van het resultaat!

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  10. Όμορφες οδηγίες αναλυτικές, Ομορφο, εύκολο ,και διακοσμητικό μοτίφ.!
    Ευχαριστούμε. !

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  11. That is divine....thanks heaps for providing a pattern. I know the amount of time to get the pattern up hete would have been quite lengthy, so again thank you.

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  12. I'm a beginner when it comes to crochet but I think I could manage this lovely pattern. I live by the sea and imagine this as starfish. I'm not sure what size hook or thread to use. So far my crochet has been confined to edgings with cotton 4ply and 2.5mm and 4mm hooks. What do you suggest? Thank you!

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    1. You can use any kind of yarn for these 'starfishes', just try out what you like best! :-)

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  13. I've been following your blog since I started crocheting two months ago. You are so talented and such an inspiration to a novice crocheter (is that a word even?). Hats and blankets have been my go to gifts for people so I've always had some leftover yarn and wasn't sure what to do with them. This is a beautiful way for me to "keep" some of what I've given. Thank you for sharing your talent! Here is a photo of what I've started.

    http://i.imgur.com/aVcBtNU.jpg

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  14. Ho appena visto il vostro blog e dire che mi ha preso subito il cuore è la verità! ne farò certamente qualcosa di buono.....Grazie!!

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  15. Is the treble crochet done in uk terms or us terms ?

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  16. Woww! Thanks for sharing yours beautiful patterns! I'll make this on bright colors, turquese, lima, yellow, orange & fucsia.

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  17. Woww! Thanks for sharing yours beautiful patterns! I'll make this on bright colors, turquese, lima, yellow, orange & fucsia.

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  18. These look absolutely gorgeous. I have heaps are leftover wool I thought I could make a blanket from the scraps. What size crochet hook did you use.

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