The Cover of Crochet Garden
The yellow flower at the lower right edge of the cover is the Pasque Flower. The purple and yellow version is on the copyright page, and a couple of tiny Pasque Flowers are on the back cover. It’s shown at the top left of page 11, with the alternate center of eyelash yarn.
It’s such a cute flower. Somehow, we cut the instructions for the Pasque Flower but left the flower on the cover. Arghh! But never fear–you can find free instructions for the Pasque Flower at
Iris, page 28
Last line of Rnd 4, add “Join with sl st to first st of rnd” as shown in bold below.
- from * twice. Join with sl st to first st of rnd. Fasten off B if desired. Turn.
European Rose, page 81
Under Materials & Tools: 4 colors of yarn of similar weight: center color (A), greenery color (B), one or two petals colors (C and D); no stuffing required.
Twirl Center Rose, page 117
PM means ‘place marker.’
Third line of Row 1, delete “PM in the 4th hdc,” so that the line reads as below.
- 3 ch, (3 dc) in each of
Poinsettia, page 92
Rnd 3, First petal and Second petal: when you are working up the side of the petal, after the 2 sc in the ch-2 sp, you will be working in the free loops of the chain. See http://www.textilefusion.com/bookblog/?p=1031 for a photo that will help you see where to put the stitches.
Rnd 5, all petals, same as above.
* * *
If you find a mistake in the instructions or if you have questions or comments, please let me know. Here are three ways to contact me:
- Leave a comment on my blog: http://www.textilefusion.com/bookblog
- Send me a message on Ravelry. My tag is “textilefusion.”
- Email me: email@example.com
Author of Crochet Garden
* * *
Errata from Crochet Bouquet are at