Easy Summertime Centerpiece

Easy Summertime Centerpiece

Tunisian Striped Tie
Tunisian Striped Tie

To create this Easy Summertime Centerpiece, simply follow the free crochet pattern for the crocheted balls. Once you've crocheted a handful of them in a variety of colors, simply place them in a clear vase for display. For an added decorative touch, add a bouquet of beautiful flowers. The crochet ball pattern includes pattern instructions for both large and small balls. Mix and match sizes and colors for a truly unique look. This is a great project to make if you have leftover scrap yarn to use.

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook

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

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If you have recently completed any home decor project this will be the cream on the top. Beside that bed with the new afghan a vase filled of coordinating balls would be exciting to say the least. On for the table covering you created a bowl of contrasting balls with crochet flowers would be awesome. Great stash buster.

What a fun, quick and easy project. These little balls in a vase or bowl will accent a bouquet of real or crochet flowers. I love the idea of placing a smaller vessel inside the larger vessel so that it is not required to have as many balls to make.

This is a really cute idea and it is a great stash buster. These little crocheted balls can be used for many different purposes. Aside from being decorative, you could make a game using them, make pet toys, or even stitch them all together and make a cushy floor mat.

These balls are so cute and they make the perfect springtime centerpiece. I love all of the different pastel colors and the flower arrangement is beautiful too. I hope that I can find the supplies to recreate this exact look for my dining room table. Time for an update to my drab colors.

Such a simple idea yet if I hadn't found this I would of never thought of it myself This would be easy and inexpensive to make multiples for people as gifts The vases and faux flowers can be purchased at the dollar store or when Michael's and JoAnn's has a big enough sale To those who are complaining about going to another site they have a reason for that These patterns are the creation and property of someone else Because of that they cannot post them without the permission of the author Some may grant permission but to most bloggers they prefer a link to their page so they don't lose potential subscribers This site is meant to be a compilation of free patterns on the internet but they do not own the rights to all of them It's no different than other sites that compile lists of patterns They typicallyRead More link to the page also

why don't you put the patterns on the first page we go to instead of having us go to another page? it makes me want to go to another site.

Would be cute to tuck a small jingle bell inside. Instant cat toy. I think I will make some and take to the humane society.

What a great idea and it looks so pretty. I have so many balls of yarn that are not enough to start even a granny square and this is a great way to use them up. As soon as I'm finished the current one, I'm going to start on these.


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