These Crochet House Plants Are Perfect For People Who Can't Get Real Plants To Survive
Date Published: 08/19/2021 9:23 AM
I think we can all agree that crocheting makes everything better. Got a cute cat? He’s gonna look even cuter with a crochet unicorn hat. Bored by your tortoise’s totally basic shell? Throw on a cozy crochet turtle shell sweater! You can even embrace your inner grandma and gross out your guests with these adorable owl crochet toilet covers! And now that the cuteness is wearing off and the void is threatening to swallow you up once again, quickly check out these adorable crochet potted plants!
Versions: Plants | Cactus
Introduced by the popular Etsy crochet shop KnotMonster, this instantly downloadable E-book comes with 12 potted plant crochet patterns and step-by-step instructions that even crocheting beginners can follow.
The book comes with the following adorable crochet plant patterns:
- Succulent Echeveria
- Sansevieria (also known as the Snake Plant)
- Lucky Bamboo
- Aloe Vera
- Palm Tree
- -Venus Fly Trap
- Succulent Sedum
- Bonsai Tree
- 3X Hanging Plants
All of the potted plant crochet patterns found in the book use worsted yarn.
The master artist behind the KnotMonster shop, Michael, began crocheting as a hobby during quarantine. Now they run an incredibly successful Etsy shop with a five star average and a whopping 10,000+ sales. All I did during quarantine was drink boxed wine and watch Netflix!
Customers can’t get enough of Michael’s crochet patterns either. In one five star review, a crocheter named Robynne stated, “These potted plant patterns are so unique & adorable! I especially like the hanging fern, lucky bamboo , bonsai and tree. The patterns are easy to follow and the ones I’ve completed turned out so well.”
Another user with the handle Sian-Addy showed the patterns some love, this time with particular praise for the seller’s detailed instructions. The reviewer said, “I love this. The seller is SO informative, and these patterns come with AMAZING tips and reminders on certain stitching. It’s so well written.”