Spring is tulip season.
Even though not all of us, not even most of us are Dutch, we can all appreciate the beauty of the tulip as one of Springs’s early risers. Indeed, other than crocuses and daffodils, tulips are some of the earliest blossoms of the year. So, why not prepare for this wonderful season with the tulip stitch? Overall, this wonderful technique is a wonderful way of decorating all projects to make them ready for the end of Winter. Moreover, they’re super easy and fun and will embellish many, many items.
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Tulip Stitch Wash Cloth
To begin with, here is a purely utilitarian item made gorgeous with this stitch. Of course, it’s still useful, yet so beautiful.
Designer: Jaded Crafts & Creations The original pattern and the photos are available on Jaded Crafts & Creations blog:
Tulip Stitch Baby Blanket
Next, we have this beautiful cover for the littlest one. After all, why not surround the next generation with beauty right from day one?
Designer: Rhondda Mol (Oombawka Design)
The original pattern and the photos are available on Rhondda Mol (Oombawka Design) blog:
However, here we have a pattern that concentrates on the technique itself. Thus, you will perfect your ability to use this everywhere.
Designer: My Picot
The original pattern and the photos are available on MyPicot blog:
Tulip Stitch Blanket
So, here is a blanket for you, since you have made one for the baby. After all, you deserve a treat too!
Tutorial how to make this blanket you will find on YT:
Tulip Ripple Blanket Crochet Pattern
Finally, here are curvy lines for your non-linear enjoyment.
Designer: Sew Hooky
The original pattern and the photos are available on Ravelry :
more info about project photographed on @cutiecrochetus on Instagram.
If you looking for a free Tulip Ripple Blanket pattern, check Tulip Ripple Blanket by Daisy Farm Craft.