Welcome to Summer

Colourful Crocher Fkwer Wreath held up against a green bamboo background

There’s something magical about summer – the vibrant colors, the blooming flowers, and the feeling of life in full bloom. As a crochet enthusiast, I’ve channeled this season’s essence into a project I’m thrilled to share: the Summer Flower Wreath. This pattern has been a labor of love, and I’m excited for you to dive into it and create your own stunning piece.

The Beauty of Variety

This wreath is a celebration of diversity in nature. It includes:

  • Five different styles of leaves
  • Small Rose
  • Medium Rose
  • Damask Rose
  • Gerbera
  • Dahlia
  • Sunflower
  • Daisy (with picot edge, if desired)
  • Two styles of Chrysanthemums
  • Echinacea Flower
  • Carnation
  • Small and Large Bee
  • Two styles of butterflies

Each element can be customized with your choice of colours and yarns, making it truly your own.

Crochet Sunflower held up against a green bamboo Background
Crochet Picot Daisy held up against a green Bamboo background
Crochet Dahiia held up against a green bamboo background
Crochet Medium Rose held up against a green bamboo background

Adaptable and Versatile

One of the joys of this wreath is its adaptability. Whether you prefer a monochrome theme or a rainbow explosion, the choice is yours. You can:

  • Use one flower type in various colors.
  • Arrange your flowers all around the wreath or in specific sections.
  • Pin the elements for easy rearrangement or sew them on for permanence.

Perfect for Scrap Yarn

The base cover only requires about 40g of DK yarn. After that, you can use any yarn you like, which makes this an excellent project for using up scraps. Different yarn weights and types add texture and make your flowers pop.

Materials Needed

To complete this wreath, you’ll need:

  • 25cm wreath base
  • Stuffing for the bees
  • Pins (if you prefer to pin the elements rather than sew them)
Crochet Butterfly held up against a green bamboo background

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