Cacti and other succulents are certainly in vogue right now. They seem to be turning up everywhere, in fashion, decor, and of course in planters! I just bought myself a jade plant a few weeks ago and I love it. I have rounded up 7 free crochet patterns that feature cacti for you to enjoy.
Here are the names and links of each pattern.
1) Cactus Kawaii Cuddler by 3amgracedesigns
“We had requests for a Cactus Kawaii Cuddler so we got to designing! This cutie can be customized with any vase and flower colors you choose.”
2) Crochet Cactus Granny Square by Maria’s Blue Crayon
“This cute crochet cactus is just the start to my next granny square blanket!”
3) Pookie’s Cactus Plant by Kelli’s Kreations
Here is a cute little cactus in a pot for you to crochet.
4) Cactus Crochet by The Craftzilla
“I just finished another mini con at the library and I brought these cute cacti with me. They were very popular and received a lot of compliments.”
5) Crochet Cactus Hat by Repeat Crafter Me
“Can’t resist a cute cactus! Especially when it’s in the form of a crochet hat and worn on my daughters head ”
6) Crochet Cactus Potholders by Moogly
“Cacti are happy, bright, summery, and fun – so Crochet Cactus Potholders are perfect for your kitchen! These thick squishy crocheted hot pads make great trivets too – or you can sew a couple of tall ones together to make an oven mitt!”
7) Crochet Succulents in Painted Mason Jars by 5 Little Monsters
“I keep seeing crafts and decor using succulents everywhere, on Pinterest, Instagram, other blogs, they seem to be all over the place and they have been for a while. I have had the idea of trying to make a crocheted version quite some time but I was really stuck on what to put them in.”
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