The Trillium flower is found in many northern states and parts of Canada. The Great White Trillium is the official flower of Ontario and the official wildflower of Ohio. Trilliums are commonly white, pink, purple, red, and even yellow in color.
Unfortunately, this flower is very delicate – some species of Trillium are endangered and several states have laws against picking wild trillium. It’s best to admire from afar and crochet your own!
This flower can be worked with any weight of yarn. Finer weights will create a smaller flower, and bulkier weights will create a larger flower. Use the hook size appropriate for the yarn you choose. We used worsted weight yarn and a size H-8 hook in our samples.
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I watched the trillium tutorial. Loved it, but couldn’t find it anywhere to print out the written pattern. Must I watch it again and quickly write it down as it goes along? Bummer. Also, it took me half of the tutorial before I realized that the narrator was saying “picket” When she must actually mean “picot” pronounced “peek`-oh.”
I am 79 and as far as I know it has always been “peek`-oh.”
I think I may not be the only one confused by that.
The written pattern for this flower is here: http://www.maggiescrochet.com/pages/trillium-flower-free-crochet-pattern
The link to the pattern is always at the bottom of each post, in the “Quick Links Section.” You can also find them by searching for the pattern name on http://www.maggiescrochet.com