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Fabric Yarn Flower
Free Crochet Pattern
Easy Skill Level
Designed by Jessie Rayot
With as little as 2 yards of fabric yarn, you can make this sweet little flower. It can be used to accessorize another yarnie project, it can be put on a pin back, a magnet, a hair band or clip, and a variety of other items to make all sorts of pretty little creations. This tutorial includes written instructions with many process photos, and a video.
at least 2 yards of fabric yarn such as:
Red Heart Sassy
Hook size is not so important, it does not affect the finished item. Just use a hook that is big enough that the yarn doesn’t slip off, and small enough to go through the holes. Something around 5mm works great for me.
Insert the hook in 4th hole of the yarn, and in each of next 4 holes, pull last loop through the rest, * insert hook in next 4 holes, pull last loop through the rest, repeat from * 8 more times, cut yarn, leaving a 5″ tail, pull the tail through the loop on the hook. Thread the end of the tail through a yarn needle and weave it through the loops of every other st back to the first st. Tie ends together to form a flower.
Here are some photos to show that step by step
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