Most people like plants in one way or another, but some of them are simply not suited for keeping one alive – even if it is a cactus or a bonsai tree.
A good way to add that color and nature effect into your home, especially the kids’ rooms, is to decorate it with a fake plant.
We are not talking about plastic here though. We are talking about little crocheted plants, which are made using the amirugumi technique, which is also used when making little crochet toy animals or figures.
Amirugumi isn’t exactly your regular crocheting technique, but once you learn it, you can use it to attempt tons of fun projects like little crochet succulents or cacti for the vanity or sunflowers to place on your kids’ bedside tables.
If you’ve already mastered crocheting as well as knitting, and are ready to try something different, than this is the ideal project for you. Here are our some Fun Crochet Amigurumi Plant Ideas, which should help you get started.
Crochet Succulents in Painted Mason Jars
Crochet 3D Flower Bouquet Free Pattern
Christmas Cactus crochet pattern
Potted Baby Groot
via Twinkie Chan
via DMC USA
Crochet Baby Flower Plant Bulb Dolls
via Normadutra Blogs
Amigurumi Happy Sunflower
via J.H Winter
via Flying Mio on Youtube , Mis Pequicosas and Lanas y ovillos
Pull And Grow Amigurumi Plant
via Crafty is Cool
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