Cactus Keyring Crochet Pattern
Never lose your keys again with this fun cactus keyring crochet pattern. These little fellas are worked up in a DK acrylic yarn for that authentic cactus fuzz, but can easily be substituted for a cotton in the same weight.
This easy to follow design makes use of basic stitches for a quick and simple construction, therefore making it perfect for the beginner crocheter. If you can double crochet and half treble crochet then you can make this cactus keyring.
The finished result measures at 3.5inches in width (including the arms) and 2.75inches in height which means it’s big enough to help you to find your keys, but not so big that it won’t fit in your pocket!
The pattern is super versatile too, so why just stop at creating a keyring? Use your imagination and make several to create a fun bunting to brighten up a room, or glue a magnet to the back of one of them to liven up your fridge door or noticeboard. The possibilities are endless!
The cactus keyring crochet pattern arrives as an instantly downloadble pdf file. All you have to do is grab your tools to get crocheting right away.
Materials required include:
- 1x 50g ball of DK yarn in green in the fibre of your choosing: I used a soft acrylic (Women’s Institute DK in green), but you could choose to use a cotton yarn instead.
- Scrap of DK yarn in complimentary colour for the little flower
- 4mm crochet hook
- A split ring
- A tapestry needle
- Polyester toy stuffing
Pattern written in English using English crochet terms.
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