I don’t think, technically, that sunflowers are spring flowers. As far as I know, in most places they bloom either in late summer or early fall. But that hardly matters to me, since looking at them puts me in a sunny, spring-y mood anyway. Their sunny yellow petals radiate warmth and beauty, and they’re lovely to look at any time of year.
While I haven’t seen any real sunflowers blooming in my neighborhood lately, I’m glad I can enjoy the crocheted version all year around.
Want to make some sunny sunflowers for “planting” in your own environment, or embellishing your craft projects?
If so, please help yourself to any of our free crochet sunflower patterns.
I hope you can help me. I would like to find a crochet shawl with skull motifs pattern please written in English…
Thanks so much…
Thanks for getting in touch! It’s lovely to hear from you, and I really appreciate your interest.
I’ve posted a page that includes links to bunches of different skull patterns I found on the Internet. One of the patterns listed on the page is a shawl. There are also several charted patterns and scarves that could be expanded into shawls if you have an understanding of how to modify patterns.
Another thing you could do is crochet any shawl you like, and then stitch skull appliques onto the finished piece where you want them — perhaps even a creative mix of appliques with skulls and flower appliques around the edge of the shawl, or something like that. The page includes a whole bunch of skull applique patterns you could use for that purpose, and I have some crochet flower patterns and other sorts of appliques as well.
I invite you to take a look at that page and see if any of the designs inspire you.