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I love the look of this crocodile stitch flower square and how very creative and beautiful is! How interesting and different the pattern looks just by changing colors. This flower looks great in almost any color and the same is available for the leafs. You can see the proof in the photo collage below.
Image source: The Crocodile Flower
There’s something you should know before starting this pattern: you”ll need to know how to do a few special stitches, like crocodile stitch, bubble stitch, long double crochet (ldc), so this pattern is really not a beginners pattern.
Talking about the featured image:
This 12 inch test block was made with Red Heart Super Saver worsted weight yarn and a size G hook. The same pattern resulted in a 10 inch square with Caron Simply Soft yarn and an F hook. The testers have determined that the designer is a “tight hooker”, so your blocks may be larger than expected. Source: The Crocodile Flower
Let’s see a couple of selected finished projects done using this pattern to get you inspired and moved.
First one is The Crocodile Flower cushion. As you may know by know, I love cushions, so if I see a pattern that works great for a cushion, I always share it with you. This is one of those patterns.
Image source: amy3190
I had to add one more round of double crochet in ivory to fit perfectly with the 30cm cushion filler.
I did a simple granny square back. Source: The Crocodile Flower cushion
Second project selected today is this Baby blanket crocodile flower. I love the colors, the edging, in one word: Fabulous!
Image source: mdl002
Made no changes to pattern, except using only one color for petals. Made with 9 squares. Used sawtooth border around squares once I crocheted them together. Then…. did the leaf border.
Words and pics cannot describe how absolutely gorgeous this blanket turned out! Source: Baby blanket crocodile flower
Got inspired? Thanks to Joyce Lewis for inspiration and featured image.
Have a fabulous day crocheting!
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