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Hi Everyone, My favorite bouquet! - It makes me feel home every time I look at it. Many people appreciate lavender for its fragrance. - I appreciate my lavender bouquet for its calming appearance and texture. It also adds a pop up color by the way it is arranged with dandelion, green and yellow mum with the bumble bee on it. - Hope you enjoy it!
Hi Ladies and Gentlemen! My name is Eva and my tag is The Wool Florist. From the tag you may have already guessed that I am the flower lover. I enjoy flowers beauty and want them to last. Crocheting gives me the ability to make 3D flowers that I can put together in the form of bouquets and floral arrangements. I really enjoy the process as an outlet for self-expression… I am looking for people who share the interest in 3D and flower crocheting. Thank you for letting me join the forum.
I am very, very pleased to tell you all that my second book of crocheted flowers is finally available for sale online and in stores. It is called Crochet Garden: Bunches of Flowers, Leaves, and Other Delights. Crochet Garden was possible thanks to your support of its big sister, Crochet Bouquet. Both are published by Lark. Crochet Garden has all new flower patterns. It is very focused on four themes: Botanical Garden (realistic flowers) International Garden (flowers with a tie to various countries around the world) Inspired Garden (flowers interpreted from decorative arts like embroidery, weaving, chinaware) Fun and Fantastic Garden (imagine "Candy Cornflower," "Imp Flower," and "Frost Flower") It also has a few leaves, a peacock, a butterfly with variations. Crochet Garden reintroduces a vintage crochet stitch, the Russian Spoke Stitch. I'm proud of the Tole Tulip and the Twirl Center Rose because they are unusual and have kind of cool construction. I hope you'll visit my blog, where I have already posted a tutorial and free instructions for the Pasque Flower (it's on the cover, but we somehow cut it from the text). http://www.textilefusion.com/bookblog