Crochet Needle Holder

Regular price $5.00

Store your needles in a beautiful display!

Here’s the second half of our Be Mine cuddly collection. Introducing the versatile flower plush duo.

Including in this bundle, is the Rose and the Chrysanthemum plushies. These plushies were created as a needle holder, but can also be used as a mini or grand pillow. Either way, they make gorgeous accessories.

What’s best is that they’re extremely easy to complete.

Measurements: Remember, with this pattern, you can create a much larger plush… just follow the easy intructions included.

Have fun making them in lots of vivid colors.

Rose= 8 1/2” diameter
Chrysanthemum= 9” Diameter


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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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