Here’s a lovely idea we know you will be keen to try. The Blogger takes smooth sea stones and covers them with crochet ..
These stones will look amazing in your home and they are very easy to recreate! Don’t they look absolutely gorgeous grouped together in a bowl.
They would make a fabulous centerpiece and it’s the perfect way to use up all your left over yarn. They would also make ideal paper weights. Margaret says her instructions are for a stone 5 centimeters in diameter.
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You can however, adapt the pattern to fit any size. It’s a lovely beginner friendly project and she says that if you can crochet a chain, make a single and double crochet stitch, then you will easily be able to make a crochet cover for a stone.
We know you will love this wonderful diy and it is just so easy. We have included lots of inspiration in our post so be sure that you scroll our page and the Soda Can Pull Tab Crochet Flowers too. Be sure to Pin your favorites.
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We have also included a brilliant Video Tutorial for you. The creator shows you how to make cute crochet covers for pebbles and beads and how you can turn them into pendants. You will find yourself making all sorts of lovely creations in no time once you learn this clever technique. Click Play above ⇑
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Here’s some more beautiful Crochet Stones that we found on Pinterest. You can find Margarets Free Pattern on her site at the following link —> Crochet Covered Stones Pattern
We love these Crochet Stones from Free People
The above Crochet Covers are Pin Cushions and don’t they look gorgeous. We found them on Flickr – there is no pattern however you could also pop them over rocks.
The above Pull Tab Flowers have been very popular – you can find the free pattern here — Pull Tab Crochet Flowers