domenica 19 marzo 2017
domenica 5 marzo 2017
A small spontaneous seedlings that yellow some areas of the plain and mountain meadows. The Wild Ranuncolo is present in so many varieties and this is one that grows in some wetlands of my garden, its name comes from frog. I wanted to recreate the beauty of this crocheted flower and now I have the pleasure to share with you the explanation.
Easy to make, it is made up of flower, bud, pistil, chest with stem and leaves. As you know for my crochet work, I use almost exclusively cotton number 20. To create this wild Ranuncolo map with the delicacy of its petals and the carnosity of its leaves I have used 3 different types of cotton, the number 16 for the Flowers, buds and pistols, number 20 for chalice and stem, and number 10 to give more thickness to the leaves and to their stem.