Brighten up your desktop or a windowsill with beautiful beautiful crochet succulents and cacti that you never need to feed, water or prune. If you’re looking for a quick, easy project with a wonderful payoff, pull out your needles and start crocheting these colorful flowering plants.
Here’s Why You Need These Crochet Succulents
You love to knit and crochet, but sometimes, your preferred projects can take a long time. You also might be getting bored with the usual scarves or hats.
With these crochet patterns, you can quickly create bright, pretty decorations for your home or office. Making these is an enjoyable project that’s suitable for any skill level.
Totally Precious Potted Plants
These darling potted plants are perfect for you or for a gift.
Are you far from a green thumb? Do you kill every plant you attempt to grow? That’s not a problem because these plants require no care.
Are you looking for the perfect gift for someone who needs cheering up? These tiny, darling flowers will bring a smile to anyone’s face.
Find Your Favorite Flowers
You can choose a miniature planter packed with spiny cacti or a blooming Christmas cactus.
If you prefer flowers, select a colorful planter filled with primroses, pansies or African violets. They are all bright, realistic and totally adorable.
How Can You Get Crochet Succulents?
The patterns for these projects are available from the Etsy store Planet June, which specializes in crochet patterns. Reviewers say these plant patterns are fun, quick and easy to do.
As soon as you make the payment, you’ll get an instant download of the pattern you choose. All you have to do is choose your yarn.
Have fun making these darling plants for your next project.
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