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Crocheted Flower Purse - Meladora's Free Crochet Patterns & Tutorials

Crocheted Flower Purse - Meladora's Free Crochet Patterns & Tutorials
If you haven't subscribed to my video tutorials on YouTube yet please click the subscribe button below Video to help with the lining of the bag Making the center of the flower Ch 4 and sl st into beginning ch to form a ring. Ch 1 and DC 17 inside the ring, sl st into the first DC of the round, ch 1 and fasten off your yarn. Making the petals of the flower To make your first flower take your circle and sl st the color you chose for your flower petals into any DC st. Picture of first flower To make the second flower and the remaining flowers for the first row you will need to make it like you did the first flower, only stop after the 15th petal chain, do not attach the 15th petal to the center of the flower YET you need to stop and give yourself a tail of about 150 cms (meter and a half) or about 59 inches of yarn and then cut it, because you are going to need to do some weaving. Take your 15th petal ch and weave it into one of the flower petals of the first flower you made, then sl st.

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