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Rosette Succulent

By: Inessa Medina from picotpals.com
Rosette Succulent
Rosette Succulent

"Warmer temperatures and longer days have me yearning for Spring! I’ve started getting into gardening again. While I was propagating succulents I thought, “Why not crochet one?”. This thought prompted a crochet succulent journey. I’ve experimented with a few patterns & techniques to come up with something that I think looks really true to nature. You can use virtually any color, type, and weight of yarn to make your succulents. I used both cotton and acrylic worsted weight yarn to create mine. To add realistic looking color to the succulents, I used a watercolor brush pen. The pattern includes a bunch of different items that you can substitute to add a tint of color to your crocheted plants."

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Crochet HookC/2 or 2.75 mm hook, D/3 or 3.25 mm hook

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

Finished Size3″ in diameter (7.62 cm)

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This is my next project for myself. I have a very narrow marble window sill in both the living and bedroom that faces the street. All I need is a few small clay pots and these. Everyone can admire my gorgeous " plants" and when they ask if they were easy to grow I will just smile!

Oh my gosh, these yarn succulents are absolutely gorgeous! I love art, and so I was very pleasantly surprised to see that I can have a chance to color on my yarn! I have all kinds of hair chalk in a bunch of different colors. I also have watercolor markers. What a neat idea! It combines two different crafting DIY's into one.

Hen and Chicks are some of my favorite succulent plants, but sadly, I never seem to get mine to survive more than a season. Happily, these will never need to be replaced! I love the tip about coloring the edges using watercolor markers. I also have some of the Red Heart Super Saver Pink Camo that might work up as well. It already has some of the same mottled colors.

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