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There is nothing more inviting than a carpet of fresh frangipani flowers under a tree!


Material

  • 1 Ball of crochet cotton
  • 1 Plastic darning needle (blunt)
  • 1 Collection of frangipani blossoms

Method

  1. Thread cotton through needle and double the length tying it off at the end
  2. Start threading your flowers onto the cotton from the top, down through the blossom then out the stem which is hollow. Try not to tear the flower as this will make it wilt faster
  3. Tie the ends together when you have the desired length

Notes

Don't encourage kids to pick flowers as the sap can irritate the skin, fallen flowers are best




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  • mle00
    • 04 Mar 2014
      8:47 pm

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  • I wish I could get a frangipani tree to grow here in Victoria but unfortunately every time I try it gets rot and dies over winter. I had one in my front yard when I lived in W.A and I loved it.

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  • I just love frangipani flowers. I thought this was a head band, which would be gorgeous

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  • They would be great for a necklace too

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  • It’s great to know to use the fallen flowers

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  • I love traditional necklaces, such a wonderful custom. Lei’s are so pretty.

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  • How beautiful. What a lovely idea, I love frangipani. Thank you.

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  • I love the smell of frangipani,a wonderful and pretty idea!

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  • I adore this! I want this

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  • Lovely idea!

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  • lovely idea for a hawaiin theme party or something

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  • This is such a cute idea. My daughter will love it!

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  • A great idea! thanks for sharing!

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  • I love frangipani’s. This is beautiful :)

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  • Nothing says welcome like a flower lei

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  • Can imagine just how heavenly this will smell. Cannot wait to try it out now that our cutting given from the brother in law has now reached 1.5 metres and blooming. Thanks for sharing.

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