Crocheted sunflower tote bags with unique ideas.

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Crocheted Helianthus all the way.

A crochet sunflower is one of the most favorite patterns of all time. Although you’d think that they’d be pretty monotonous: yellow petals around a darker center, they are actually a huge field for feats of creativity and customization. Therefore, here are some sunflower ideas you can do in terms of crocheted flowers and appliques based on this single, beautiful genus of flowers. Above all, you’ll also be quite surprised at how easy these projects are, so you can quickly liven up your home with little rays of sunshine.

Sunflower Blanket

The first of our sunflower ideas is a beautiful blanket with wonderful 3D sunflowers. Indeed, these pop out so much, that you’ll truly believe that you’re standing in a sunflower field.

Sunflower Blanket

The full paid pattern you will find on Ravelry:

The Crocodile Flower

but you can first visit Look at What I Made blog and see the free tutorial.

more info about  wonderful Thecrochetingpharmacist’s project you will find on Instagram.

Sweet Summer Sunflower Bag

However, some sunflower ideas are simpler. This wonderful crochet bag uses sunflower squares, and consequently is a sunny, joyous way to carry your things around. As you can see, you can also do wonderful things with color variations as well.

Skills:  Easy        Designer:   Crochet 365 Knit Too

summer bag

The full article about this pattern is here:

Sweet Summer Sunflower Bag

more info about Kelly Zayas Bass’s project you will find on Instagram.

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