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How to Crochet a Leaf

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How to Crochet a Leaf
How to Crochet a Leaf

Once you've learned how to crochet a flower, you need to learn how to crochet a leaf or two to go along with it! Follow along to this video tutorial to learn how to crochet some embellishments to add to your new crochet flower projects. 





 

Leaf Pattern

  1. Ch 4. 

  2. Sl st to first chain to form a loop.

  3. 6dc, 4 sc, Tr, 4sc into your ring. Join with your first stitch with a sl st.

  4. Finish off and weave in ends.

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A good tutorial which is easy to follow, the only thing is I am not very keen on the hole that is left in the middle of the leaf. Just wondered what you think would be the best way to close the hole up? I have sewn it up using blanket stitch but it tends to make the stitches look crooked and have bumps in the middle of the leaf. Any ideas on how best to close the hole to make it look Invisible?

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