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Three Flowers

By: Sonya Blackstone from blackstonedesigns.blogspot.com
Updated May 08, 2018
Three Flowers
Three Flowers

"These Three Flowers all look the same, but they are all made with different stitch work in the center. One uses the Bobble stitch, one uses the Puff stitch, and one uses the Popcorn stitch. They are a great way to practice these different stitch types, that all look similar and often confuse beginners. These flowers are great to use for wall hangings, or as embellishments to other crochet projects, such as bags, afghans, or even hats."

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Crochet HookF/5 or 3.75 mm hook

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

Crochet GaugeGauge is not important for this project as any yarn weight or hook size can be used.

Finished SizeVaries

Materials List

  • Any weight yarn can be used
  • Any size hook can be used
  • Yarn Needle
  • Scissors
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These are adorable. I can see so many options for using them for dcor on several projects. They will be cute on a pillow, a little girl's headband or dress. It's a great way to use up leftover yarn from other projects. Seasonal colors would be adorable attached to a wreath or fastened together for a swag or afghan. Wouldn't they be cute in autumn colors on the hat of a crocheted stuffed scarecrow?

Well apparently, I am still confused as to which is a puff, which is a bobble and which one is a popcorn! I am not ashamed to admit it. I have to say, the bobble might be my favorite of the three. How will you use this flowers? I think panel tie-backs are a great idea. The flowers create a boho chic vibe.

This series of flowers might look similar but are actually worked very differently from each other. They all use slightly advanced stitches (Bobble, Popcorn and Puff). This is a great way to learn to distinguish one from the other. I remember when I first started crocheting, I got them confused all the time. Wonderful photos help guide the crafter, too.

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