How to Make Mollie Flowers

comments (15) May 15th, 2009     

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LindaPermann Linda Permann, contributor
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Make up some Mollie Flowers of your own!

Make up some Mollie Flowers of your own!

Photo: littlegreen.typepad.com/romansock/

If you have a love for the teeny tiny, you'll enjoy this pretty Mollie Flower tutorial created by Roman Sock. Each one is made up of a simple combination of puff and single crochet stitches, and sewn together they create a lovely and intricate fabric. They work up quickly (she made about 50 flowers in a night), so even though making a fabric from these (to create a bag, coaster, etc.) looks time consuming, they'll add up fast. I think these would be great items to make on-the-go since you don't need to concentrate on the pattern, and they're a lovely way to use up the bits and pieces left over from your other projects. I can see them decorating hair clips, shoes, rings, and more.

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Comments (15)

EchoLin writes: why do you call it mobile flower?
Posted: 10:46 pm on April 10th
belleeven writes: how lovely! now I can add all my favorite colors to my black cardi!
Posted: 8:06 pm on August 29th
Priamanda writes: I'm so excited to try these! Does anyone have a smaller, more reasonable project to start with these? I always start something much too large and fail to finish.
Posted: 2:41 pm on May 9th
MellieT writes: I love these! They are way too cute!
Posted: 10:30 pm on December 27th
larainy writes: I also love these beauties. Instructions are so clear and pretty. I was looking for something to add to sweaters and this is it. I could never get the hang of embordery on sweaters. This will be easier. Thanks again for sharing your wonderful talent and time.
Posted: 10:07 am on February 5th
Sandyc911 writes: This looks so cute! I was looking for something simple and small since I just finished a king sized spread for my bed and these look cute and fast! I think my granddaughters would even like to make these. They are so pretty!
Posted: 8:12 am on November 19th
Khayal_Manthoor writes:


AMAZING



I love it
Posted: 3:35 am on September 27th
LunarFaith writes: just lovely!
Posted: 12:24 am on August 29th
Dorothy52 writes: Hi I found the right place to get the tutorial at the correct size and printed it. I just hadn't been looking in the right spot.
Dorothy
Posted: 8:57 pm on August 26th
Dorothy52 writes: I would love to make this but can't read the tutorial when I printed it the script was so small Help!
Posted: 8:47 pm on August 26th
CGCrochet writes: These little flowers are just too cute! Thanks for posting this link. I'm going to put these on my list of 'things to crochet', at the top I think!
Posted: 1:47 am on August 11th
Sweet_Dee writes: I love these Mollie flowers! Super cute use of scrap yarn!
Posted: 9:05 pm on May 17th
blueknitter4u writes: totally cute I have the tutorial to this and it looks fun to do with scrap yarn. Same color or different color look great too. I don't have a project maybe its a good idea to start one lol but mind Blocked due to cold. :(
But these flowers look really great to start a project.
thanks again
Posted: 2:41 am on May 17th
LindaPermann writes: Haha akaRosella, trust me, I know the feeling!!
Posted: 6:36 pm on May 15th
akaRosella writes: Linda! Stop! I haven't finished some of the other things I've started, I haven't started some of the things I wantto try and NOW THIS! Too Cute. Thanks for sharing! coasters, hotpads, placemats, trivets... baubles and bracelets... off to craft!
Posted: 3:21 pm on May 15th
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