These crochet cactuses are perfect for those who have a hard time with living plants and made a very low maintenance friend! Green up your decor with these cute little faux plants. The pattern includes 4 different types of succulents. This post also includes affiliate links, which means I get a small commission at no extra cost to you. Thanks for your support!
I just love cactuses! I became obsessed a few years ago with I realized they were the only plants I could keep alive. I started collecting them slowly and have branched out to a few different succulents as well.
Even though they are relatively easy to take care of, they still need care, so I though it would be sweet to make some crochet cactuses that literally needed zero care. They stay green forever!
This pattern pack includes FIVE different designs: Round tip succulent, sharp tip succulent, barrel cactus, columnar cactus and prickly pear.
I used aquarium substrate and it turned out so darling.
CROCHET CACTUS AND SUCCULENT COLLECTION – CROCHET PATTERN
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– Medium Weight Yarn (Comfy in Shine, Caron Simply Soft in Sage)
– G hook - Hot Glue Gun - Flower pot or planter
– Floral foam (Dollar store)
– River Stones, gravel or aquarium substrate
– Acrylic Paint (optional)
NOTE: You can achieve different sizes by mixing up your yarn weight and hook size. Just make sure you hook is small enough that your stitches are very tight.
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