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04 August 2020

Back by popular demand, get your hands on the #CroYourOwn Flowers. Since first being released in Spring, the flower range of crochet figures have been incredibly popular. In fact, they were so popular that they sold out in a matter of just a few days! Since then, we’ve had hundreds of comments and messages from the TOFT community on social media and e-mail about the return of our flower dolls. Well, wait no longer!

The five original #CroYourOwn flowers are back and ready to brighten up your home. Take your pick from the TOFT Daisy, Sunflower, Iris, Daffodil, and Marigold and get crocheting these popular flower patterns. Each pattern is unique and based on Kerry Lord’s much-loved book, Edward’s Imaginarium. Designed to bring colour to your home and replicate some of Britains best-loved flowers, we now have a larger range than before!

 

To celebrate the re-release of our original crochet flowers, we’ve also introduced five NEW flower projects for your crocheting pleasure. Using the TOFT yarn’s vibrant colour palette, we’ve been able to create and release the new Fuchsia, Chrysanthemum, Thistle, Gerbera, and Hydrangea projects alongside the originals. Many of these new patterns have been made possible by the recent release of TOFT's Magenta yarn. If you’re looking to get your hands on the latest coloured yarn, we’d recommend taking a look at the new Fuchsia, Thistle, and Gerbera projects.

Fuchsia Hydrangea Gerbera
     

Of course, all of these flower projects are made using TOFT’s premium yarn. Made from 100% British fleece and also spun and dyed in the UK, our yarn is constantly quality checked to ensure the highest quality. Often complimented for being a joy to work with by knitters and crocheters across the world, we always use TOFT yarn to design and create our next project.

Once again, these new flowers in the range have been hugely popular with the TOFT community, and are selling out fast. If you’d like to get your hands on the latest #CroYourOwn flowers, click here before they run out!