This Crochet Pansies Pattern gives you a lot of ideas! You can make different flower jewelry, crochet flower garland, flower pin or any other embellishment!
The soft magenta and olive yarn mixed with the pretty spring green trim and antique gold button all give this Flower Pin such an elegant look!
This crochet pattern consists of a 2-layered flower embellished with a ruffle and spring green trim. Instructions for adding a brooch pin to the crochet flower are included as well.
Feast your eyes on this gorgeous garland, crafted using Bernat Baby Blanket. Crochet something cheerful with a graphic rose garland that features densely crocheted roses along a leafy vine. Practice a variety of stitches, like double crochet, half double crochet and more.
Choose colors that work for your party/decor theme. This fun and easy project is a playful craft that's perfect for decorating a party room or adding a fun accent to your home.
Depending on your climate, pansies can be among the earliest flowering plants in spring, but you don't even need to wait that long to add color to your day! The word pansy is derived from the French pens'e ('thought') and there's no better way to show someone you're thinking of them than with a cheerful crocheted pansy.
"Remembrance Day is around the corner and I wanted you to have this pattern just in time so you can make a bunch of them for your friends and family. The pattern is quick and simple and works up in no time, perfect as a last-minute project. It doesn't require any sewing, it is all crocheted around the black center. I have used DK yarn and a 3mm crochet hook to create a small poppy, but you can change the hook size and yarn weight to make a bigger one that can be used as appliques on blankets, hairbands, handbags and hats."
"There is nothing more fun than making a bunch of little crocheted flowers. Here is a simple flower that can be used as an embellishment on hats, purses, or anything else you like. You can attach a pin backing to make a brooch or an elastic to make a cute hair tie. You can even use them to embellish gift packages, decorate for parties or just around the house. Gauge is not important so you can use any yarn and a coordinating hook. This pattern is perfect for stash-busting because it uses such a small amount of yarn."