Cheerful Tulip Stitches With Free Crochet Patterns
It’s good to have something as useful as stitch library at hand, especially if we are creating our own designs. Today’s theme is flowers, and even more specific – tulips. Working with two or three colors of yarn gives you a lot of room for experimentation, and you are not confined to simple stripes! You can easily create stitches that resemble rows of flowers, even if you are a beginner. They work great as borders, but also as blankets, especially baby blankets. You can make a beautiful handmade gift that will be cherished for years. Take a look at examples below and search for links to free patterns under the pictures.
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Tulip Stitch Afghan Square Free Crochet Pattern
Rows of pink tulips can make a lovely afghan square. Make a couple in different colors or pair it with simple solid ones.
DESIGNED by Oombawka Design
PROJECT TYPE afghan square
SKILL LEVEL upper beginner
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Tulip Throw Free Crochet Pattern
Incorporating white as a stripe or background makes tulips pop even more! This throw won’t go unnoticed.
DESIGNED by Grace Alexander, this version by ViviLion
PROJECT TYPE blanket
SKILL LEVEL intermediate