Crochet…A Tiny Cactus

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Part two of “Crochet Week” here is gonna be a cute wittle cactus pattern. It probably contains errors, it may not make a cactus, although I’m fairly certain that it does. I tried it, a few times. Well enough dilly dallying, lets whip up some cacti.

I used SugarnCream yarn and a size F crochet hook
I used a clay color for the pot, a brown for the dirt, green for the cactus bit, and white on the flower.

Work 1-4 in back loop of stitches
1. With clay color yarn. Chain 6 join with slip stitch
2. Chain 2 * sc in one, make 2 in one. repeat from * and join with slip stitch
3. Chain 2 * sc in two, make 2 in one, repeat from * and join with slip stitch
4. Chain 2, half dc in each stitch and join with slip stitch
5. Chain 2, half dc in each stitch front loop and join with slip stitch
6. Chain 2, half dc in each stitch back loop and join with slip stitch
7. With dirt color yarn. Chain 2, single crochet decrease in every back loop and join with a slip stitch
8. With green yarn. Chain 2, dc in each front loop and join with slip stitch
9. Repeat 8
10. Chain 2, half double crochet decrease in each front loop and join to end.
weave in any stray yarn
To make the flower:
Chain 6. join into ring with slip stitch pulled through to knot it, weave in ends and sew onto cactus to your liking.

Thats it. A forever plant, that not even my cat will be able to kill.

xo

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