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Dogwood Flowers

By: Inessa Medina from picotpals.com
Updated May 23, 2018
Dogwood Flowers
Dogwood Flowers

"The dogwood flowers in my backyard prompted me to create this pretty pattern! I tested a few different versions of dogwood blooms before coming up with this pattern. It strikes a balance between easiness and realism. I used brown and red eyeshadow, white glue, and yellow seed beads to embellish my flowers. You can use embroidery thread, felt, buttons or anything other materials you might have on hand to mimic the look of real dogwood flowers."

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Crochet HookB/1 or 2.25 mm hook

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

Materials List

  • dk weight white and green yarn
  • yellow 11/0 seed beads
  • white glue
  • 2.25 mm crochet hook
  • tapestry needle
  • scissors
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Very pretty and not difficult at all. It really could be used to make other blossoms also. The Florida orange blossom is very similar. Just change the added high light colors to a soft orange. I am highly allergic to them do this would allow me to have some inside to enjoy.

This happens to be the state flower of Virginia, so I was delighted to find this beautiful representation in crochet! This supremely talented designer has a real flair for botanicals. I have enjoyed all the other flower patterns and always look forward to her new creations. This was a snap to work up. I cant wait to show it to my senior ladies!

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