As a Ukrainian symbol of identity, sunflowers indicate the power of sun, prosperity, well-being and peace. My latest designs are created with a heart full of sorrow and desiring to support the people of Ukraine. I am currently selling my handmade sunflowers to help Ukrainians in need, so please follow my Instagram, Facebook or Etsy shop to see when I release new handmade items for this special cause. Thank you so much for all your support!
Like the big yellow sun, sunflowers have the heartwarming power for everyone. If you would like to make your own coasters, the pattern is free on my site – Sunflower Power Coasters.
A sunflower rug will be a great addition to any home. You can make it using a super bulky Bernat Blanket yarn (6) or 3 strands of medium weight yarn (4). Crochet rug pattern can be purchased here – Sunflower Power Doily Rug.
From the same rug pattern, you can make a matching doily by simply using a thinner yarn / thread with a smaller size hook. Here is an 18″ doily that I made from a single strand of medium weight yarn (4) using a 4.25 mm (G) hook. The thinner the yarn, the smaller your doily will be.
For your inspiration, check out these stunning sunflowers made by our testing team members – Cynthia Fuller, Katie Carlson, Melinda Dickie, Mildred Karakaş, Paula O’Donnell, Wendy Chang, Courtney Knorr.
7 thoughts on “Sunflower Power”
Wow, gorgeous designs Thanks & my prayers continue for Ukraine.
Do you know where I can find a cupcake pattern Afghan?
Hi Janis, unfortunately I do not. You can try search on Ravelry or Etsy.
Im confused on round 15. Where it says work around first petal, i did that around the entire thing. Do i then “work around next petal” around the entire piece and finish with row 16?
Hi Shayna. Once you finish the instructions between the “first petal” and “next petal”, you then need to repeat the instructions for “next petal” to the end of the round. If you need more help, you can feel free to email me.
Thank you so much!