elisabeth andrée

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tutorial for the gerry flower

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to decorate my cushion cover, i created this little flower. it is named after my brother and i hope you will crochet many of them. it’s not hard to do, so good luck!

the gerry flower by elisabeth andrée
the gerry flower by elisabeth andrée
the gerry flower by elisabeth andrée
the gerry flower by elisabeth andrée
the gerry flower by elisabeth andrée
the gerry flower by elisabeth andrée
the gerry flower by elisabeth andrée
the gerry flower by elisabeth andrée
the gerry flower by elisabeth andrée
the gerry flower by elisabeth andrée
the gerry flower by elisabeth andrée
the gerry flower by elisabeth andrée
the gerry flower by elisabeth andrée
the gerry flower by elisabeth andrée
the gerry flower by elisabeth andrée
the gerry flower by elisabeth andrée
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29 thoughts on “tutorial for the gerry flower

  1. Mooi! Ik ga meteen aan de slag. De gaan de nu kale paastakken opfleuren. Gerry komt naast de klavertjes vier hangen. A bit of Irish luck. 😉

  2. this is such a nice and easy flower i will make it.

  3. That is a cute little flower!Thank you for sharing the pattern.

  4. Oooo so sweet Elisabeth… I will be making quite a few f these I’m sure! Hugs, Jill x

  5. Hi Elisabeth,I nominated you for the Versatile Blogger Award. (You can find more info on my Blog).Thank you for being such an inspiration. Your creations are absolutely amazing!x

  6. Beautiful. Thanks for the tutorial :-)))

  7. im already making them!!! thanks for the tutorial!

  8. Gorgeous work Andree! I love how you’ve set out the tutorial photos and instructions… so clear and they look fabulous too 🙂 Kx

  9. I’ve been waiting for some inspiration how to finish my scarf and there you go, your post :)those are perfect and beautiful !!!

  10. That is a great flower…I’m going to bookmark for future reference!

  11. I think I will quickly become addicted to making these and will amass enough to cover a large grapevine wreath that’s been sitting barren and alone in my closet. Thanks for the great idea and the inspiration to finally do something with that wreath!

  12. These are so cute! I especially love the tea cup full of flowers in the last photo!

  13. I love these flowers!! Great tutorial! Thanks for sharing at my party! Have a great weekend 🙂

  14. this is adorable, thanks for posting it!

  15. I love cracheted flowers, thanks for the tutorial.

  16. Those are fabulous. Thanks for sharing with us

  17. thank you, it’s wonderful!

  18. Very cute flowers – so unique. Thanks for sharing your pattern. 🙂

  19. What beautiful flowers you’ve created! I would love for you to share them at Inspire Me Monday at:Create With Joyhttp://create-with-joy.comHave a wonderful week! 🙂

  20. Thanks so much for sharing! I always adore finding new patterns for crochet flowers. 🙂

  21. Such pretty little flowers!Thanks for linking to a Round Tuit!Hope you have a fabulous week!Jill @ Creating my way to Success

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  22. Gosh.. this is pretty!! The pink is simply stunning!

  23. These are adorable. I can’t wait to make me some!

  24. great tutorial, beautiful and easy flower…thanks!

  25. Thank you for sharing this great tutorial at Freedom Fridays! You make it sound so easy and they are so beautiful. I am pinning these so I can practice making them. See you next Friday!

  26. Lovely! 🙂

  27. I”am looking to find a flower like this,and its very hard to vind.Because i;am using it on top off a crochet ring en embellisch it with little beads.this ”gerry” flower is perfekt,and the stich with all the loops is new to me! If you want to see the final result,have a look one my facebook/pinterest page (filed under ;i”made this).By the way great tuto(very clear)

  28. Wonderful little flower with great texture! Thanks for sharing!

  29. Thank you for your very nice tutorial. I’m looking forward to making your gerry flower!