The Muscari, also known as Grape Hyacynth is a perrenial bulbous plant originating in Europe, Asia and Africa and later naturalized everywhere else, including Australia and United States.
The plant blooms in spring showing off dense bunches of grape-shape blue flowers. They are being held all around a central stalk and are growing in shape from the tip of the spike towards the bottom. The individual flower has 6 tepals forming an oblongue spherical shape. It constricts at the end forming a mouth finished with small white lobes like teeth.
Grape Hyacinth (Muscari) Crochet Pattern
How to Crochet a Grape Hyacinth Flower?
- embroidery cotton colour A = blue,
- crochet cotton Size #5 colour B = white.
- 1mm steel hook, 2mm steel hook.
Details of components
- grape-shape flower with 6 blue tepals
- finishes with small white lobes.
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