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Flowers Japan

Great information shared for everyone out there who want to make such Flowers.

greetingarts

So sorry, I wish I could help you! There are lots of great crochet videos on YouTube, maybe one of those can help make things clearer? Good luck, all I can say is "Keep trying!" It's so worth it.

Mia

Very beautiful and easy.
I think there may be an extra sl st in the instructions though...at the end of step 3 as step 4 starts with sl st as well?
Just ignore my comment if i'm wrong.
;')
thank you for great instructions

greetingarts

Hi Mia, each petal should begin *and* end with a sl st. Hope that helps!

Jessica

Thank you very much!! this was exactly what I was looking for. I have already embellished a baby cardigan and a baby dress with your beautiful flower. Thanks again for sharing.

creative recreation

I have been looking through your blog, I love your projects they are so cute and the fabric projects are awesome.Thanks for sharing,

Bailey

Thanks for the great flower tutorial. Your patterns are sooo cute!

Amy

thanks! i just learned to chrochet yesterday and this made it super simple. a nice start!!

Merri

Fabulous!!! This is exactly what I was looking for. I've added a clicky link on the right side of my blog to lead others here. Thank You!

Cheers!

Sophie Mcfadden

I love those crocheted flowers! My mother was actually the one who taught me how to do knitting, and never thought that it was just as easy as it seems! Now that I am a mother, I also want to teach my kids on how to do them. I’ll buy knitting stuff like drum carders, so that we can start on our crocheting lessons!

jennyw

THANKS A LOT FOR THAT LESSON...THAT IS JUST THE FLOWER i WANTED.

Kelly

I have never crocheted. Can I use floss? I have tons of it in all the gorgeous colors. If so, what size hook should I buy?

sokie

i can't make it grrrrr

kay

This is so simple and easy to understand. I have been struggling with how to do a magic circle and you have explained it so simply. Many Thanks. Please add more. Perhaps you could do a "Crochet for Dummies Book" I am sure it would be a hit. Especially for us who are teaching ourselves.
Once again sincere thanks for sharing. Kay.

Katharine

Delightful! I made these, added a flower button to the middle and put them on knitted slioppers. Thanks!

Eva

Thanks for the excellent tutorial! I was able to make a great looking flower on the first try. It looks awesome on the baby hat I made today. I linked your tutorial to my blog.

flash games index

Your tutorial is great! And weaving in end *is* almost as bad as sewing up seams. :)
+1

Kartworld.Ie

Great article, totally what I needed.

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