Great flower! Very pretty, especially with the button. I love grape hyacinths, we used to have hundreds in the garden when I was little, except I used to pop all the bobbly bits off and drive my parents mad!Mel xxx
Your crocheted flower is very cute, congrats on such a pretty first project.lisa
What a beautiful first attempt at crochet!LisaKnitty, Vintage and Rosy
Just wanted to say thank you for joining my blog....so kind of you...I'm reading yours now...so pretty!xx
Oh my! Your first attempt?! I only wish my first attempt looked anywhere near as pretty...I have been crocheting for a few years, but I was always too nervous to venture beyond the single crochet. I bought a great crochet book the other day, too. I don't know if you'll be able to find it or even if you'll be interested, but it's called "Stitch 'n Bitch Crochet: The Happy Hooker." The author is Debbie Stoller, and she is pretty funny. She makes it all so easy to understand, and it has a ton of modern, fun patterns! Have fun!
I have been busy with the crocheted flowers too - yours looks great for a first attempt! - I'm loving the Spring flowers too - 2 bunches for £1 at the moment - lots of lovliness for such a small price! - Natalie x
love the teacup jess it looks gorgeous. Your pics look lovely x Dom
Grogeous flower, its fabulous for a first attempt..and i love the weeny button you've chosen for it, very pretty and spring like.I'm obsessing about spring bulbs/flowers too, I cannot stop buying them.Lovely to visit your blog, it's beautifulLucexxxxx
Hi,lovely bits and bobs.I love Spring flowers too...definitely reasons to be cheerful! Love the blog..
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