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Blossoming Daffodil Crochet Motif

By: Edie Eckman for petalstopicots.com

Learn how to make one of the most intricate and useful motif patterns out there. The Blossoming Daffodil Crochet Motif is not only beautiful, but also reversible. Each side is different and gorgeous in its own way. This tutorial even shows you how to make a filler motif and connect adjoining spaces to have a complete project. The green and yellow color scheme is perfect for the blooming flowers of spring and summer.

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So I have at least seven books of granny squares and/or motifs and a growing online library and I am always amazed when I find a new one. I do not know why. There are so many talented designer out there and they just keep on designing and I will keep on collecting. Thanks you for the share.

This would make a beautiful spring table runner. The color reminds me of the new growth we will be expecting soon. If you do not have time to make a full runner it would also look nice as a doily for a square table.

This is quite a unique motif. I havent seen reversible motifs like this one before. I think I prefer the look of the front of it though. It is nice how simply flipping some of them over changes the look of the project you use them for, making each project individual.

I'm extremely attracted to the color combination. Yellow is my favorite color. The green combination enhanced her beauty. Here's the link to the pattern http//www.petalstopicots.com/2013/06/free-motif-pa == ttern-from-connect-the-shapes/.

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