Spring is here and we’ve spent some time crocheting flowers in our greenhouse. We’ve done masses of little primrose flowers and then crocheted them together for a large throw. The only “rule” was that the same two colors never meet. This is a project for anyone with plenty of patience and time. The key to the success – colour wise – is to keep the colours as random as possible.
See the tutorial here:
Crochet hook: U.S. size E-4 / 3.5 mm and yarn suitable for hook size. We like the Schachenmayr Merino Extrafine 120 (DK weight) as it has so many beautiful colours to choose from and because it is such a soft and lovely yarn.
Buy the yarn here.
This project is also perfect for left over yarn, so just clear out your stash – get som extra space and you have a great excuse to go out and get new yarn!
You can purchase the enhanced pattern which now also contains super easy-to-use charts as well as the written directions by clicking here.
You’ll find more great patterns for summer crochet and knitting in our book Knit and Crochet Garden (Håndarbeid fra Hagen). Buy it by clicking on your country’s flag, here.
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