Marbled Jewel Orchid
Marbled Jewel Orchid
YOU WILL NOT RECEIVE A PHYSICAL FLOWER. THIS IS A PATTERN TO GUIDE YOU TO CROCHET THE MARBLED JEWEL ORCHID SUCCESSFULLY.
When flowers and plants are black, bold, and beautiful, its easy for you to find them attractive. This blossom is a bold black with a punch of colorful veins ranging from yellows to oranges and reds. Make these to showcase how beautiful black blossoms and be. Crochet them step-by-step with an easy to follow along ebook filled with images to guide you along your journey.
Some Materials Needed
- Scheepjes (Maxi Sugar Rush) or Aunt Lydia’s Crochet Thread. You can also use any size 10 crochet thread.
24 gauge wires
18 gauge wires
1.25 crochet needle
- Fabric stiffener
- Light green floral tape
- Precision bottles or striper brush
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.
❤️ You will also get a short video showing you how to put the orchid bloom together. Please note that this pattern does not include crochet instructions.
YOU WILL NOT RECEIVE A PHYSICAL FLOWER.
Jewel Orchid Fun Facts
- Anoectochilus, commonly known as marbled jewel orchids or filigree orchids, is a genus of about fifty species in the orchid family Orchidaceae.
- Jewel Orchids are small terrestrial plants that have creeping horizontal stems. They have beautifully marked leaves which are far showier than the erect inflorescences of small flowers it produces.
- According to the American Orchid Society, Anoectochilus was first described in 1828 by C.L. Blume with Anct. setaceus as the type species. Referring to the open appearance of the lip, that is due to a sharp bend on the narrow strip that directs the tip of the lip downwards, the generic name was coined from the Greek anoektos (open) and cheilos (lip).
- Jewel Orchids are delicate Asiatic orchids grown especially for their velvety leaves with metallic veining.
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