Sure, here’s a simple crochet pattern for a cute crochet succulent plant. This project is perfect for beginners and can be completed in just a few hours.
- Worsted weight yarn in green for the succulent leaves and a small amount of brown for the pot.
- Crochet hook (size G/4.0mm or size appropriate for your yarn).
- Fiberfill stuffing.
- Yarn needle.
- Ch: Chain
- Sc: Single Crochet
- Dc: Double Crochet
- Inc: Increase (2 sc in the same stitch)
- Dec: Decrease (single crochet 2 together)
Succulent Leaves (Make 6):
- Start with a magic ring (or ch 2 and sc 6 in the second ch from the hook), and pull tight.
- Round 1: Sc, inc around (12 stitches).
- Round 2: Sc, inc, sc around (18 stitches).
- Rounds 3-4: Sc in each stitch around (18 stitches).
- Round 5: Sc, dec, sc around (12 stitches).
- Round 6: Sc, dec around (6 stitches).
- Fasten off and leave a long tail for sewing.
- Using brown yarn, start with a magic ring (or ch 2 and sc 6 in the second ch from the hook), and pull tight.
- Round 1: Sc, inc around (9 stitches).
- Round 2: Sc in each stitch around (9 stitches).
- Round 3: Sc, dec around (6 stitches).
- Fasten off, leaving a long tail for sewing.
- Stuff each succulent leaf lightly with fiberfill.
- Sew the open end of each leaf closed using the long tail left from fastening off. Arrange the leaves to form a rosette shape.
- Attach the succulent rosette to the top of the pot using the long tail of the pot. Make sure it’s securely attached.
- Weave in any loose ends.
Your crochet succulent is complete! You can make variations of this by using different shades of green yarn or even adding some pink or purple highlights to the edges of the leaves for a more realistic look. Place it on your desk or in a cute pot for a touch of handmade decor. Enjoy your crocheting!