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Classy Hibiscus Flower

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Classy Hibiscus Flower
Classy Hibiscus Flower
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The Classy Hibiscus Flower takes crochet flower patterns up a notch by featuring a more rare floral design. Not only is the hibiscus infrequently crocheted, but this pattern also stands out by having a three-dimensional effect from its petals. The crocheted pistil completes the look, making a truly realistic yet easy crochet flower. With so many details, this free crochet flower pattern maintains its elegance and would be a great decoration for your home or hair accessory (just think of the big beautiful hats and headbands). This is a unique design that you won't want to miss.

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Crochet HookF/5 or 3.75 mm hook, G/6 or 4 mm hook

Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

Finished SizeLarge (5.5-inch diameter) or small (3-inch diameter)

Materials List

  • Light weight yarn (used here: lighter weight worsted yarn – somewhere between regular and baby weight)
  • 4 mm crochet hook for the larger flower; 3.75 mm hook for the smaller flower
  • Needle

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Great hibiscus flowers! My good friend is crazy about hibiscus. I am thinking I would like to surprise her with some everlasting hibiscus this spring. Here's my idea. I'll use green pipe cleaners for the flower stems. I will crochet a long chain and wrap it around bottom to top. At the top I will add the hibiscus flower. I know how to make leaves. I'll add those to the stem. Make a bunch of those and "plant" them in a clay pot.

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