Mark Your Pages with Style! DIY Crochet Flower Bookmarks

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Crochet Flower Bookmarks: Learn How to Make Them

Welcome to our crochet flower bookmark tutorial! If you're a beginner looking to get into the world of crochet, this is the perfect project for you.

In this tutorial, we'll show you how to make a beautiful and practical bookmark that you can use to keep your place in your favorite book.

The tools and materials that we'll be using in this video are simple and easy to find: 3-ply polyester yarn, a 2.50mm hook, and a pair of scissors.

With these materials, you'll be able to create a bookmark that's 20 cm in length, but feel free to adjust the size to suit your needs.

Throughout this tutorial, we'll be using a variety of crochet stitches and abbreviations, including the slip knot, chain/ch, single crochet/sc, sc inc/2 sc in one stitch, half double crochet/hdc, double crochet/dc, and slip stitch/sl st.

Whether you're a seasoned crocheter or just starting out, you'll find this project easy to follow and fun to make. So, let's get started!

Images and patterns courtesy of GALERI88CROCHET

Enjoy This Video Tutorial About DIY Crochet Flower Bookmarks


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