I used to live in Tucson, Arizona, where the trees have green bark (palo verde) and the cacti produce colorful flowers each spring. There are a few things that I miss about the desert – the sunsets, the lightning storms – and it always makes me smile when I see crochet cacti because it combines my love of craft with my love of the desert. I recently came across a new crochet cactus pattern by Frank&Olive and had to share:
Check out my previous roundup of 15 Inspiring Crochet Cacti – some of which are cactus patterns and others that are just pure art. You can also found a roundup of 11 crochet cactus patterns from TheCrochetCrowd and even more amigurumi cacti crochet patterns from Craftsy.
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Oh I just love these!!!! Yes, quite simply the desert is amazing…love the sunsets – purple, blue, red and orange – nothing quite like it, the monsoons, the cacti, the smell in the air – these little cacti crochet projects look so fun! thanks for sharing!!