Crochet Chrysanthemums

Regular price $3.00

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Introducing our simple but elegant Chrysanthemums. These flowers are extremely easy to complete, but gives a very elegant appearance to your projects. Follow this step by step tutorial to create Chrysanthemums that you can use to create beautiful bouquets and centerpieces. Make the stems short or long to accommodate your projects.

Included in this ebook is a yarn version for yarn lovers. You can choose to make the Chrysanthemums using either thread or yarn… or both.


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Crochet flowers can look intimidating with their intricate beauty. But, crocheting flowers is much easier than it looks. My mission is to help you take the leap to create something beautiful.


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