Enchant Flowers Flower Free Crochet Pattern

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This Enchant Flowers flower accessory looks a bit like a burst of fireworks, doesn’t it? Americans began observing Independence Day with fireworks in 1777 when the first-ever major celebration was held in Philadelphia. That celebration included a parade, a 13-shot canon salute, and fireworks!

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This cute little accessory gets its sparkle from Enchant Flowers yarn. Enchant Flowers features a very delicate size 0 lace weight metallic thread with added sequins. Enchant is perfect for any jewelry project and it also combines well with other yarns to give them a little extra shine.

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Maggie is excited to bring you these new Patriotic patterns: Enchant Flowers Flower, Patriotic Coaster, Patriotic Merry Necklace, Patriotic Oven Mitt, Starbella Starry Night Patriotic Necklace, Patriotic Pony Tail Holder, Patriotic Ruffled Merry Scarf.

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