Crochet Succulent Pattern - Rosette Succulent

Crochet Succulent Pattern - Rosette Succulent

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Crochet yourself a plant that never dies! Or make one for a friend without a green thumb.

DETAILS

- Skill level - intermediate

- This PDF Includes the written crochet pattern for a rosette succulent as well as illustrated instructions.

- A finished succulent will be around 3 inches (7.62 cm) in diameter.

- Almost any type of fiber will work to create these succulents! I used worsted weight acrylic & cotton yarn to make mine.

- Finished works made from this pattern can be sold.

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Danielle Guerrero Jul 30, 2018

5 out of 5 stars

This pattern was very easy to follow and I absolutely love the finished succulent!! Thank you!

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Katie Hewitt Mar 23, 2019

5 out of 5 stars

Turned out amazing and was super easy to follow! Thank you!!

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mila13 Jul 27, 2020

5 out of 5 stars

I’ve made so many of these beautiful succulents for decorations and gifts...perfect pattern! Thank you for sharing!

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Lindsay McIsaac Aug 12, 2020

2 out of 5 stars

This was a pattern I was very excited to try out. Unfortunately, due to the lack of progress photos that were placed throughout the pattern as well as having difficulties understanding certain strategies used, I was unable to follow. It was unclear whether or not the petals were to begin from the inside of the original piece created or started from the wrong side. I ultimately had to look at the only photograph of the finished piece and attempt to eyeball the placement and stitches. The other photo only showed the main base. I think if you are familiar with this seller's terminology in their patterns, you may have better luck than I did. This is not to bash them, I personally just struggled a lot with this pattern. I do think that using watercolor pens to create the blushing on the succulent is an incredible idea.

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