Simple Crochet Flowers Pattern

Simple Crochet Flowers Pattern

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Crochet Simple Flowers

Crochet Simple Flowers

Stack or Cascade These Flowers

Flowers are one of the most used applique ideas for adding to projects. They provide the finishing touches that really can make a project turn from blah to ‘aaaaah! I really loved the simplicity of these flowers. They can be used in two ways.

The pattern has two sizes that are not really that much different from each other. The smaller version is only 1 round difference which makes it slightly smaller. This allows you to stack them on top of each other to make a more of a three-dimensional look.

Just because the pattern requires you to stack the flowers, you can actually cascade them, as seen in the photo where they are on top of each other but off to the side. You could do a bouquet of these and have multiple layers all making a crochet garden on top of your project.

You will find the written instructions for these flowers in the Peapod Baby Sundress Pattern.

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Crochet Simple Flowers Pattern

The video tutorial that has been created is following the flower instructions.

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