Framed Flower Brooches - pattern release

Framed Flower Brooches - pattern release

My newest pattern features an imaginative way to make flower brooches using frames to which the flowers can be attached, or precisely – tied to the frame instead of sewing them onto it, which in turn- results in different flower arrangements with the same frame. 
 

The set of brooches can be
made in whatever yarn weight you desire. Heavier weights will yield bigger
brooches / flowers, and smaller weights will yield tinier brooches/flowers.

This
tutorial contains patterns for 4 types of flowers and 2 frames. By combining
them you can get a wide variety of beautiful and eye-catching brooches.  

What you’ll need to make these:

*sport cotton yarn of your choice (I can
recommend Phil Cotton 3 and Tango) and a 3.00 mm hook (UK11) (US 10/3).  Left over yarn is best for this project.

Also needed: tapestry needle for weaving ends,
st-markers, sewing needle and thread, scissors, brooch pin.

Stitches:
chain (ch), chain space (ch-space), skip (sk),
slip stitch (sl st), single crochet (sc),
half
double crochet (hdc), double crochet (dc), treble (tr). American terminology
used. 

The pattern is in my etsy, ravelry shops.

Framed Flower Brooches - pattern release
Framed Flower Brooches - pattern release

Framed Flower Brooches - pattern release

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