Flowers in the wild

Flowers in the wild

Flowers abound in the spring.  Some have names that I know of, some are not familiar at all, but then again, they all look pretty and are too adorable not to capture in crochet.

I know of the African violets,  purple Zinnia, Anemone, and the Purple Primrose, but they are not the inspiration for the one I crocheted. I will just call  them flowers in the wild. They come out everywhere around this time, so dainty and vibrant!

I enjoyed making them so much I couldn’t stop until my basket was full. They are so easy to make and so much fun I made a lot of them and use them to embellish my other projects.  As I was sitting in the kitchen crocheting them it occurred to me that I could make them into little refrigerator magnets (instructions included in the pattern).

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Flowers in the wild magnets

It is totally up to you how to use them, you may choose to  add them on a dress, embellish them on a hat, or drape them in your blanket or afghan. So many possibilities!

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