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Crochet this adorable little cactus
Learn to crochet this very huggable cactus with my free pattern!

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  • How to make a plant plushie. Crochet Cactus - Step 1
    Step 1

    Base/Soil: done in rounds
    In light brown

    1) ch 2, 6sc in the first ch. (6)
    2) inc around (12)
    3) *inc, 1sc* around (18)
    4) *inc, 2sc* around (24)
    5) *inc, 3sc* around (30)
    6) *inc, 4sc* around (36)
    7) *inc, 5sc* around (42)
    Rounds 8-14) 1sc in each stitch (42). Fasten off and weave in the end

  • How to make a plant plushie. Crochet Cactus - Step 2
    Step 2

    Cactus: done in rows
    In green

    1) ch 21. Starting in the second ch from the hook, 1hdc in each ch (20)
    Rows 2-22) In the back loops only, 1hdc in each stitch (20) Fasten off and leave a tail for sewing

  • How to make a plant plushie. Crochet Cactus - Step 3
    Step 3

    To cinch the cactus closed, sew the 2 ends together. With a yarn needle, sew through the top stitches only.

  • How to make a plant plushie. Crochet Cactus - Step 4
    Step 4

    Continue to sew through the top stitches of the cylinder, pulling the stitches tightly. This will close the cactus.

  • How to make a plant plushie. Crochet Cactus - Step 5
    Step 5

    Continue until the hole is closed. Stuff the cactus, and use the same cinching technique on the other side.

  • How to make a plant plushie. Crochet Cactus - Step 6
    Step 6

    Flowers
    In pink/red

    1) ch 4. Sl st to the first ch
    2) *ch 2, 1treble, st st* x5 into the middle of the circle (not the chains). Fasten off and leave a tail for sewing. The center of the flower is made by taking a strand of yellow yarn and tying 2 knots. Put the knot through the middle of the flower to secure it in place.

  • How to make a plant plushie. Crochet Cactus - Step 7
    Step 7

    Sew the cactus onto the base. Sew the flowers onto the cactus. Put the cactus into the pot, and you are finished!

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drevanhoussen
drevanhoussen · Montreal, Quebec, CA · 4 projects
Loven it! I try it, thank you for sharing!
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Jessica
Jessica · Mableton, Georgia, US · 51 projects
Super adorable! I'm definitely going to try this out Love
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Stacey F.
Stacey F. · 4 projects
I wish I could crochet I would love to make this!
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Cat Morley
Cat Morley · London, GB · 1427 projects
This looks fantastic!
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