Friday, July 8, 2011

My garden of flowers!

No longer a 'Lonely Little Petunia', my little experiment has lots of company now. The others are crocheted from  a different pattern which is very easy to do. This is the link here. It can be used to make small, medium or large flowers, depending on the yarn used to make them.They would be lovely made as a brooch in a fine cotton, or as a decoration on a tam or beanie. Or even sitting in a bowl on the sideboard..

10 comments:

pattas said...

So pretty Tina, they would look lovely in a bowl,I wear mine as a brooch... Well done..
i like the orange flower :))

Typstatting said...

Lovely flowers an I agree that they would look lovely in a bowl!

jontina said...

Thank you for the comments, always good to get others opinions.. :))

DaCraftyLady said...

oh yes they would look terrific as a broach...pretty flowers.. :)

K @ Aurora Blythe said...

I, too, have so enjoyed making flower brooches recently. They are so versatile and such quick, rewarding ways to use up yarn scraps. Was lovely finding your blog today!

Kak Nik said...

wow..we have the same passion for orchids and crochet..such a wonderful work of roses..ha ha i must try to do it..another thing is i love to do beads embroidery and handmade embroidery..welcome to my blog too..

Criossa said...

I have looked but can not find this pattern anywhere. You wouldn't happen to have a link to it would you? My girls are both flower (and butterfly) crazy and would love these added to items for them.

Tina said...

Hi Criossa, I have created the link for you. I am sure your girls will love the flowers.. Happy crocheting :)

Criossa said...

Thank you so much. Noodle and Fluffy (my daughters) will love these.

Tina said...

You are most welcome Croissa, glad i could help.. :)