Flowers are blooming! Well, maybe not in my garden - but they're definitely popping out of my yarn basket.
I found a great little (free!) pattern, Maybelle Crochet Flower, that's available as a PDF in either UK or USA terms. You might like it, too. If you are a visual person, check out the photo tutorial My Rose Valley created.
This pattern is easy to follow and quick to memorize, so it's just right for when I'm watching TV or chatting. And the flowers are small enough to take along when I go out.
Wouldn't this flower pattern make a beautiful baby blanket for a little girl? Rose flowers, or maybe a variety of pastel shades, with a cream border would be very pretty.
Crochet hook: 4.50 mm
Wool: Vanna's Choice (Lion Brand) and Impeccable (Loops & Threads)
"The Plan": These little flowers will be bordered in green and turned into 7-inch squares for an afghan. I've simplified the square pattern My Rose Valley posted and now I'm thinking about how I'll join the squares and create a border.
It's enjoyable having another project on the go!