THIS PLANT IS NOT A PHYSICAL ITEM. IT IS A STEP-BY-STEP PATTERN TO MAKE THE MONSTERA PLANT SUCCESSFULLY.
There are so many beautiful plants and flowers in our world... so many more I want to tackle. But this Monstera Adansonii Swiss Cheese Plant is one of my favorite crochet plants I've designed!
- Scheepjes (Maxi Sugar Rush) or Aunt Lydia’s Crochet Thread. You can also use any size 10 crochet thread.
- Forest Green
This pattern is easy to follow along with an awesome result.
*WHY IT'S SPECIAL*
- Easy pattern created with beginners in mind
- Pattern comes with high-quality step by step images to follow along
- Join our crochet flower group for direct help with the pattern. I'm just a message away 😘
-24 gauge wires
- 1.25 mm crochet needle
- Fabric stiffener
- Light green floral tape
Hope you enjoy creating this rare beauty!
What you get
❤️ PDf file with lots of step-by-step, high-quality images to follow along.
❤️ Printer-friendly version without images to save on ink.
❤️ Direct help from me (the designer). I'm just a message away.
❤️ Includes a video guide for the juvenile leaf. Please note that the video does not include the adult leaf, but it uses the same concept and will give you a visual of how to create the leaves. The guide shows you how to add the wire and create the holes successfully.
A Few Monstera Fun Facts
* Monsteras actually has fruit just like any other plant and it is known to be delicious!
* Holes develop as the plant ages.
* The holes in the Monstera are actually there for a very special reason. These holes, especially in the large Monstera leaves are better suited to withstand heavy rainfall and wind as they let water and sunlight pass through the holes.
* Monstera was first discovered in 1693.
* Monstera Adonsonii goes by these common names: Swiss cheese plant, Adanson’s monstera, or five holes plant.
* Can grow as tall as 60 feet
* Grows purple and cream flowers, but doesn’t flower often.
* There are 41 species within the Monstera genus.
* Monstera adansonii has been said to be moderately toxic to cats and dogs because of its insoluble calcium oxalates. It can cause swelling, vomiting, or burning in pets.
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