YOU WILL NOT RECEIVE A PHYSICAL FLOWER ARRANGEMENT. THIS IS A PATTERN THAT GUIDES YOU AS YOU CROCHET THE PETUNIA HAT BOX BOUQUET SUCCESSFULLY.
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What you get
❤️ A beautiful planner-style PDF digital ebook 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.
❤️ Video tutorial that shows you how to crochet the petunia flowers step-by-step and how to put the hat box and final arrangement together. Because of the simplicity of the hat box instructions, this video does not show you how to crochet the hat box. But again, it demontrates putting it together.
YOU WILL NOT RECEIVE A PHYSICAL FLOWER ARRANGEMENT.
- Scheepjes (Maxi Sugar Rush) You can also use any size 10 crochet thread.
❤️ Other Materials
1.25 crochet hook
Light green floral table
18 gauge wire 24 gauge wire
Petunia Fun Facts
❤️ Petunias are native to South America and are best grown in tropical areas.
❤️ Petunias represent feelings of desire and hope.
❤️ Petunias are not only related to tobacco, but also to tomato and Atropa belladonna, commonly known as Belladonna.
❤️ Petunias are carnivorous plants. Most Petunias have sticky leaves. They produce sticky sap that protects the plant against insects and other pests.
❤️ Petunias were named for… tobacco. In 1803, the French botanist Antoine Laurent de Jussieu named the genus Petunia because the plant was a close relative of tobacco (Nicotiana tabacum), at that time called “pétun” in France. The word petun itself derives from the name of a Patagonian tribe that smoked tobacco.
❤️ Originally all petunias were scented. However, as hybridizers worked at creating new colors and forms (double flowers, bicolors, different sized blooms, etc.), they neglected scent and it remains essentially absent from most modern hybrids.
❤️ In the earlies, petunias only grew in 3 colors: pink, white, and purple. The first red petunia was launched in 1953 and yellow followed in 1977. The first black petunia, ‘Black Velvet’, dates only from 2011.
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