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Crochet Flower Garland

Updated March 14, 2018
Crochet Flower Garland
Crochet Flower Garland

"In this beginner-friendly video tutorial, you will learn to make a simple crochet flower garland, using basic crochet stitches and beads. The pattern is easy to adjust for sizing preferences. This is a versatile project that can be used for anything from tying in your hair to decorating your house. It is cute, bright and most of all simple! The perfect little project for Spring! Written directions and video tutorial are included for this pattern."

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Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook

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

Finished Size5 feet long (this can be easily adjusted)

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You wouldnt think with such a simple project that there would be any confusion on my part. But the bit about how to attach the flowers to the beaded chain threw me at first. Thats why I was so glad to see the instructional video. Hint Think buttons and button holes! Which is a really clever idea as you could add any number of different flowers that way.

I understand now, just how to crochet with bead along the way. I never quite understood how that worked. SO simple, I feel silly for admitting that. I think jeweled beads instead of pearl type beads would amp up the attraction of the garland a bit, too. I do like the colors that she picked for the flowers. Equally as pretty would be to make this in pretty pastels like a pale violet and rosy pink perfect for spring or Easter decor in the house.

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