Learn how to crochet an amazing dishcloth that resembles a Chrysanthemum. It’s compact and sturdy enough for practical use but is also fabulous enough for decor as well. Use it for a centre piece for the table or even just as an accessory to match your kitchen decor.
The flower part is an optical illusion of making the stitchwork look more complicated than it truly is. It’s essentially a big circle and the final two rounds add on the secondary colour to give it the look of petals. The video tutorial below will take you through each round, step by step.
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Pattern and Yarn link goes to Yarnspirations. Video 1 link works. Video 2 set to private.
I did it….Hurray thank you
I did it….Hurray. Thank you
I made one yesterday. The pattern was very easy to follow.i did need the video to do the last two rows. Thanks for your time and effort in doing the video’s. I use them a lot.
I made this today using the pattern and your video. Thank you so much; that last row would have been tricky without your video to guide me.
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