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Primroses crochet pattern

Nothing says Spring quite like the sight of a primrose. One of the earliest-blossoming spring flowers (the name ‘primrose’ is actually from the Latin for ‘first rose’, although it’s not a rose!) you may also know these pretty plants as primulas, and the closely-related and similar-looking polyanthus.

But why wait for Spring? Bring a taste of spring into your home, whatever the season – a pot of crocheted primroses will brighten your day in a glorious riot of colour!

Primroses crochet pattern by PlanetJune

Primrose plants look so pretty with their crinkled leaves and heart-shaped petals, and I made sure to include those details in my design.

Primroses includes the patterns for two primrose arrangements: a large planter filled to bursting with multi-coloured blooms for maximum impact; and a small round pot containing a single plant perfect to brighten small spaces or as a gift in a hurry!

I’ve used some neat tricks to keep the construction as simple as possible, with surprisingly little sewing. I’ve included full details for assembling and arranging the plants so your primroses will look healthy and full with the least amount of pieces possible (no point wasting hours making hundreds of leaves when you don’t need to!)

Primroses crochet pattern by PlanetJune

I try to come up with different and interesting pot constructions for each of my plant designs – that way, you won’t be buying the same pot pattern twice. My primroses come with a matching set of a small round pot and a long planter; both of which have a shaped lip around the top edge. The lip looks good – just like a real plant pot! – but it also provides a sturdy support to keep the pot in shape.

You can also mix and match different PlanetJune plants with different pots for added value – for example, the primrose pots would look great filled with crocheted cacti or succulents, just as you could make a large round bowl of primroses by using either of the large pots from those patterns.

My colourful Primroses make me smile whenever I see them, and I hope they’ll have the same effect on you! If you’d like to crochet up the joy of springtime, you’ll find the Primroses crochet pattern in my shop right now.

Or, if you’re not quite ready to make your Primroses, why not favourite or queue them on Ravelry, so you don’t forget about them?

11 Comments »

  1. Hazelsalomon said

    Could you advise how i can purchase this pattern they look so real

  2. Anita Castle said

    Hi I love your crochet how do I get your free pattern as I would love to have a go. I got learning disability but I always like to try my my name is Anita castle or can you send it to my email
    Please

  3. Terri Clemons said

    I was directed to this page by Sewrella’s facebook page yesterday showcasing warm weather crochet projects. Primroses are one of my favorite flowers and yet I kill them every year. I was very excited to see your pattern listed among the free patterns advertised on her blog but I am unable to find the free version of the pattern. Posting what is on her blog from yesterday:

    Warm Weather Crochet Projects for Spring
    This post may contain affiliate links, view our disclosure policy for details.
    SHARED BY ASHLEIGH | 1 COMMENT

    Check out the Warm Weather Crochet Projects for Spring Roundup! They’re all free patterns and won’t cost you to use. Yay!

    To get the free patterns, just click the bolded link or the photo of the pattern.

    See more Sewrella Roundups here!

    • June said

      I’m sorry you were disappointed, Terri – I don’t know why Sewrella claimed my pattern is free! To clarify, designing PlanetJune crochet patterns is how I make my living and my Primroses pattern has never, and will never, be free. It’s an ingenious design and well worth the low cost, but if you’re only looking for free patterns, I have lots of simpler designs to choose from at http://www.planetjune.com/free 🙂

  4. Sheila sluman said

    They are so pretty. I am not very well at the moment and they really cheered me up so I am just going to make some to cheer other people up when they are feeling a bit down.thank you so much for the delighful design Sheila

  5. GORGEOUS! I can’t wait to make some! Beautiful! I need some Spring in my house after three months (so far) of snow!

  6. Michelle said

    Beautiful job as always!

  7. Judy Carlson said

    Beautiful!

  8. Patti S said

    Wow, very realistic looking!! Love them.

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