Fastest Flower Ever

Fastest Flower Ever

Use a little bit of worsted weight yarn, grosgrain ribbon, and alligator clips to complete this pattern for the Fastest Flower Ever. Small buttons or jewels can also be added to embellish the center of flower if you'd like. Little girls will love wearing these precious flowers in their hair anytime of the year, but this homemade hair accessory is especially perfect for the spring and summer months. This easy crochet pattern is also a great stash buster crochet pattern.

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookF/5 or 3.75 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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This quickie little project would be the perfect craft for Scouts to work on. My teenage granddaughters are always looking for handmade items to swap with their friends, and I havent seen anything like these show up in their accessory wardrobes so far. These would be nice little items to sell at a bazaar or craft show, too.

If my grand daughter saw these she would be begging me to make them. They contain her two favorite colors, pink and purple. Now you just know I will make them for her. I can't resist making things for my only grand daughter. She is 7 and I am slowly teaching her how to crochet. At least she has stopped saying" why don't you just buy that?" When she sees me working on something.

Soooo cute!!! Will have to make some of these for my nieces!!

l i will make lotrs of these for my grand babies.

These darling little flowers are really cute and could also be used in paper crafts -- scrapbooking, card making, etc.br br My question is How can one incorporate one of these little flowers into the middlebeginning part of a Granny Square?br Any ideas. I have found myself without a daughter or a granddaughter (I have 1 son and 1 grandson!!!) to put these sweet little flowers in their hair, or my own for that matter and the flowers I already have are really a bit too thick for a scrapbook so I thought to myself that surely there has to be a way to make these flowers the basic center piece for a Granny Square. br Do you think this is possible? If so, how?br Thank you,br Jillbr

These make great little buttons using a cotton thread and tight stitching. I made a batch not long ago with a verigated yarn and they turned out adorable!

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