Pink Diosma bunch from Louise…
Pink Diosma or Confetti Bush, (botanical name Coleonema pulchellum), is an evergreen plant native of South Africa. It is a dense shrub with needle-like leaves and masses of flowers during spring and autumn.
Pink Diosma Flower Crochet Pattern
Yarn: embroidery cotton floss (6 strands) colour A= light pink, colour B= dark pink, colour C= green
Crochet hook: 2mm
Details of components:
- tiny pink flowers with 5 oval petals each marked with a distinctive central vein.
Crochet Flower and Leaf
Start: using C, make 4ch, join with sl st, 1ch,
R1: make 4sc in ring, join with sl st, 1ch,
R2: work in spiral without joining 12sc.
R1: 10ch, skip 1st ch and make sc in each of the remaining 9ch, sl st in the back loop o the next st, 1ch
R2: working on front loops only, make sc in the next 7 sts, sl st in the next 2sts, 3ch, skip 1ch, sl st in the next 2ch, st st in the next 2sts, and finish leaf with sc in the next 7 sts on the front loops only, sl st n front loop of next st. Finish off C.
Change to colour A, pick up 5 sts and work sc in spiral another 15sc.
Make petal _ 3ch, 1tr, change to colour B and make 1dtr, change to colour A (finish off B) and continue with 1tr, 3ch, sl st in the next st. Repeat from _ 4 times = 5 petals. Finish off A.
The Pink Diosma Crochet Flower is ready!
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