One of the main reasons I don’t charge for my patterns is that I don’t believe anything I do is actually 100% original. Despite doing a fashion course 15 years ago where we were told that just changing a pocket on a blouse adding or subtracting it, placing it in a different position etc created a new design, to me they was still the chance that someone else had done it before. It’s the same with my knitting and crochet.
I know there are thousands of combinations of styles, colours, yarns, even changing the needle size changes the design, but I still see them all as a variation on a theme and here is just another.
I’ve seen crocheted flowers made from a circle of trebles and then increasing numbers of trebles worked in to each stitch to make things frilly. The same method has been used for ra-ra skirts for children. Here is the same thing again used to make a shower puff.
Using a ball of Drops Paris (100% cotton in aran weight) 50g ball and a 5mm hook.