Crochet Snake Plant Succulent Pattern

Crochet Snake Plant Succulent Pattern

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Crochet Snake Plant Succulent

Crochet Snake Plant Succulent

Snake Plant Succulent

New for 2018 is the new collection of plants from Yarnspirations. Introducing the Crochet Snake Plant.

The snake plant is using the large soil format for the container. I would recommend sewing the plant to the top soil before finishing off the soil itself. Therefore, all of the strands of the yarn for attaching the flower to the soil are hidden inside the ball.

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There are two sizes. I may have considered added more to the pot just because I can. It’s using Lily Sugar’n Cream Yarn.

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The tutorial has both sizes of soil to cover your basis and focuses on just this one plant.


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