Crochet Aloe Vera Succulent Pattern

Crochet Aloe Vera Succulent Pattern

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Crochet Aloe Vera Succulent

Crochet Aloe Vera Succulent

Aloe Vera Succulent

Using Lily Sugar’n Cream Yarn, you can also make your own artificial house plants like this Crochet Aloe Vera Succulent.

The soil is the 4″ size and the plant is one piece until that is folded strategically and lightly stuffed to stand up straight.

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The plant sits in the pot easily and there are tips in the tutorial just in case someone pulls your plant out and wants to see how you did it. I have tips for hiding your sewing strands inside the ball of soil.


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4 thoughts on “Crochet Aloe Vera Succulent Pattern”

  1. Ann says:

    No blue button

  2. A. says:

    I just bought a real succulent and I’m going to do this to display on the opposite side of my window sill. Thanks Mikey. Your tutorials are the best!?

    1. You’re most welcome. 😀

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