Crochet FERN LEAF Pattern
I designed my Fern Leaf back in Nov 2016, inspired by the incredible Japanese textile artist Jung Jung. Her outstanding work inspired me to create my own botanical crochet collection. The Chamomile Bouquet and the Chrysanthemum Flower patterns are available on my Etsy shop plus some more greenery available as free patterns here on my blog. I’ll put a list with links for you, at the end of this post, including all the patterns.
The instructions are written step by step following with pictures, to make it easier for you to follow. You have to be familiar with the basic crochet stitches. Watch “how to single crochet / half double crochet” on Youtube to get some help if needed. In this work you will have to work ONLY into the upper loop of each stitch. As with all my patterns this one to, is written using US crochet terms.
Size of the leaf
Length – 6.29″ (16 cm). Width – 3.9″ (10 cm). Measured after blocking.
Approx 14 yard, 5 gr’ of a 4 ply sport weight cotton yarn. The Fern Leaf as seen in the pictures is made out of Granny Kit cotton Col Pine Forest. You might like to try making it out of stash yarns, Please feel free to play with different yarns.
If you use a simmilar 4 ply sport weight cotton yarn, like mine, use a 2 mm crochet hook.
27 sts & 32 rows = 4 x 4″ (10 x 10 cm) measured on sc sts. Please play with it, you might like to make it in a different gauge. Sure it will come out perfectly beautiful.
So, what do you think? Do you like my new Fern Leaf pattern? I hope your answer is YES. Please shop your pattern here. I absolutely love writing new patterns and I have so many that are still need to be translated to English. As a blog subscriber, Please checkout your email for the Introductory 20% coupon code. Offer ends December 14, 2020 at midnight Jerusalem Time. Below is a list of links including all CrochetObjet botanical patterns. Thank you so much for visiting me here. xx, Mo
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4 comments on Crochet Fern Leaf Pattern
A very beautiful fern leaf pattern and I really like the silvery green colour you have used to crochet it. The Chrysanthemums are just beautiful too!
Mo Malron (author)
Thank you Sandra, the silvery green is colour Sage.
Your email says it ends November 14, 2020 !
Mo Malron (author)
yes thank you, I have sent an email with the correct dates, December 10 – 14. 2020.