'In Bloom' Corsage
I adore to accessories and this corsage is one of my favourite accessories I have ever designed! It is an instant statement maker!
The pattern is written using UK terminology with US conversion in brackets.
Made using Rowan Kidsilk HazeYou will also need:
4mm (US G6) crochet hook
5mm (US 8/UK 6) knitting needles
2 x brooch backs
20 x large beads, or selection of small buttons as pictured in the smaller flower.
The flower is crocheted and the leaf knitted while the beads are sewn into the centre.
This project uses two strands of yarn held double throughout.
I have not given a tension gauge for this corsage, as it is not important to achieve any particular tension in this project.
The completed large flower measures approximately 20 cm (7.8 in) in diameter. The large leaf measures 22cm (8.6 in) in length and 11cm (4.3 in) at the widest point.
The small flower measures approximately 15 cm (6 in) in diameter. The small leaf measures 15 cm (6 in) in length and 10 cm (4 in) at the widest point.
This pattern was originally featured in Simply Homemade issue 41. The patterns rights have now reverted back to me, so the pattern for this stunning corsage is now available to purchase.
Pattern is in PDF format