The name Hydrangea contains many species and all have inflorescences with a special shape, color and texture. It fascinates me to look at the bottom of the bloom where green branches (and sometimes brown), slender and elegant create a sphere filled with flowers from the infinite nuances.
I have no clue about botany but I like to see, hear and know more about it with the crochet hook in my hands!
This hortensia is realized with Cable5 cotton yarn in three shades of pink with a touch of white. Many small flowers form the classic hydrangea panicle!
I have designed and crocheted these hydrangea crochet flowes for the italian magazine Mani di Fata for July 2014 issue.
Do you have the pattern from this flower for sale somewhere? I really love it!
Hi Luana, I’m so glad that you like it! Unfortunately this pattern was published in a magazine a few ago and it is only available in Italian. I hope my photos can give you the inspiration for making your own hydrangea flower ?
Hi, how do you attach the flowers to the stem? ?
Hi Jemma, I’ve used a polystyrene shape (it’s a hemisphere), and simply placed each flower with a sewing pin.
Do you have the pattern from this flower? I can read in Italian!
Hi Patricia, You can find this pattern only in the Italian magazine Mani di Fata – July 2014 issue (link is in the post).
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Hi love these flowers I was willing to buy the whole magazine just for this pattern but they don’t seem to have a PDF version of it and shipping is 5 times the value of the magazine so not very practical. Would you know if I can purchase a PDF version if the magazine. Thank you
Hi! I’m loving this pattern! I’m just curious as to how to create the stem! Thanks!
I would like the pattern to the hydrangea
Hi JoAnn, It’s an exclusive pattern for an old issue of an italian magazine