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That’s a bowl – a crocheted bowl – perfect for decorating your Springtime decor.  Other than doilies, how can we use our crochet talents to change our decor for the brightness and freshness of Spring?  Here are a few ideas.

First, the bowl.  I like this color, but it can be made any color that suits you.  It might be the perfect centerpiece for renewing the decor of your living room or dining room.  So, let’s start with this bowl.  You can get the free pattern and tutorial  Kathy’s blog.

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Near the newly decorated table, there is sure to be a comfy chair or sofa in need of adornment.  How about this colorful and very cheerful round flower pillow?  Just crochet a bunch of your favorite lush flowers and a few green ‘leaves’ to tuck between them, and you ‘ll have a lovely floral accessory.

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If you have a black thumb like I do, your kitchen window could probably use a plant or two.  Why not crochet them?  No further care required.  These pretty pots contain ‘real’ plants, but they don’t have to!

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Even better is to make the pot AND the flowers so they never need more care in the future!  This sweet pot of pansies could be the perfect touch for your window sill or (since they require no light) a book shelf.  Who doesn’t like pansies??

By jd wolfe




Comments

3 Comments so far

  1. wendy on April 15, 2014 6:28 am

    great round up, thank you!

  2. Donna short on April 17, 2014 7:24 am

    Love the flowerpot pattern! Esp the little bird. Recently started to crochet cotton caps
    for chemo patients, mostly for children.
    Last night I was looking online for patterns for small flowers apps. I am also going to try to put the little bird on some. I will send pic when I finish one.
    Have been a lurker for past 2 yrs lol.
    Thanks again ( :
    Donna

  3. Sheri *¿* on April 20, 2014 10:28 am

    Thank YOU for the links! Lions yarns also has a little African Violet flower pot. One crochets the whole thing, pot and all!

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