Meet The Crochet Cleome Spider Plant

Meet The Crochet Cleome Spider Plant

In the heart of gardens bursting with life, there exists a mesmerizing wonder known as the Cleome Spider. Its spidery appearance and vibrant hues make it a captivating presence in any garden. But what if we could capture the essence of this floral marvel in crochet form? Welcome to the enchanting world of the Cleome Spider, a crochet masterpiece that beckons you to create a garden-inspired masterpiece.

In this blog post, I'm about to introduce you to a floral marvel that you can craft with your very own hands – the Cleome Spider. It's a crochet adventure that brings the magic of the garden directly into your creative space.

Creating your very own Cleome Spider is an art form that combines a dash of creativity and a sprinkle of technique. Equip yourself with the brightest yarn that mirrors the flower's vivacity and a crochet hook ready to work its magic. I will be tour guide on this crochet adventure, breaking down the process stitch by stitch and color by color.



The Cleome Spider isn't just a flower; it's a living canvas painted by nature herself. Our inspiration? The glorious garden, brimming with colors. We've borrowed straight from the garden's palette, capturing every shade of purple and more. You can also capture yours with different colors. It's nature's way of guiding our crochet creativity.

But here's the twist – the Cleome Spider isn't just for any season. It's the life of the crochet party, especially for Halloween and autumn festivities. Imagine it as the resistance piece of your seasonal decor, adding a touch of elegance and a sprinkle of whimsy. A crochet celebration awaits!

But behind every crochet project is a tale – the journey to create the Cleome Spider pattern was filled with inspiration, and tenacity. It's a story of collaboration, imagination, and the thrill of crafting something extraordinary together.


Now, you might be wondering, how exactly do we go about bringing the Cleome Spider to life in crochet form? It's all about taking one stitch at a time and embracing the journey. I'll be your trusty guide, leading you through each petal, stitch, and color choice as we crochet our way to a garden of Cleome Spiders.

With this step-by-step journey, you'll discover that crafting the Cleome Spider isn't just about the end result; it's about the joy of creating, the sense of accomplishment, and the connections you'll make along the way. So, let's embark on this crochet fiesta together, one stitch at a time!





Tools + Materials 

Threads- Scheepjes Sugar Rush

* Color used: You can also use Aunt Lydia’s or another #10 thread. 


  • Deep Violet
  • Light Orchid
  • Forest Green
  • Lime Juice (Scheepjes) or Wasabi green (Aunt Lydia’s)


* Markers

* Green floral tape

*  1.1mm crochet needle

* Fabric stiffener

* Glue/Glue gun

* 24 gauge wires

* 18 gauge wires


Ready to embrace the Cleome Spider's charm, and become a part of our creative carnival? Join the Crochet Garden Club, where exclusive patterns, connections with fellow crochet enthusiasts, and the joy of crafting await you. It's the fiesta you've been waiting for! Join The Garden Club HERE!


Now that we've delved into the enchanting world of the Cleome Spider, it's time to set our sights on the next crochet adventure. I'm preparing for a Thanksgiving celebration like no other. Imagine your tablescape adorned with crochet pumpkins, each one a work of art. It's an opportunity to infuse your Thanksgiving gatherings with the warmth of handmade decor, adding a touch of rustic charm to your holiday feast. Stay tuned for more details as we prepare to crochet our way to a Thanksgiving pumpkin extravaganza. It's a feast for the eyes, and I can't wait to share it with you. 🍂🧶🍁

Join us on this wild and colorful crochet journey, where you'll explore the wonders of crochet, the garden's magic, and the fun of creating something truly extraordinary. Join us where we keep the fiesta going in our Facebook Group.


Your Crochet Garden Friend + Mom Of 8


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Thank you Deedee!


So beautiful!

H DeeDee Zambito

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