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How to crochet fern leaf

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Today we are going to learn How to Crochet fern leaf. It’s a simple and quick little leaf and I think it can be a super chic addition to any flower-y project you are in to.

Today we are going to learn How to Crochet fern leaf. It’s a simple and quick little leaf and I think it can be a super chic addition to any flower-y project you are in to. Today I am going to share with you this printable PDF pattern and video tutorial. I love how realistic these leaves look! Another idea for this pattern is to pair these leaves with acorns or another leaf pattern and create your own custom garland.

Crochet leaf patterns can be used for so many different projects. Stitched together, they can make great bunting for decorating a party, classroom, or home decor. As motifs, they can be attached to hats, scarves, bags, and other accessories.

It’s a perfect time to go out for a walk and admire these gorgeous plants we call ferns. I love the beautiful leaves we can crochet with thread and yarn because they look so real. So let’s make this pretty crochet fern leaf. It is made using only chains and slip stitches!

Today we are going to learn How to Crochet fern leaf. It’s a simple and quick little leaf and I think it can be a super chic addition to any flower-y project you are in to.

Video Tutorial

Written InstructionPDF Pattern

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