Slip Stitch Susan

I adore black eyed susans. One of my top favorite flowers! Growing up no matter where I lived as a child we always grew black eyed susans. I think of them fondly. Moving back to PA I was thrilled my parents still had their hillside of susans. Naturally I came up with a Susan flower that can survive all winter long!

Slst Susan Flower.

Worsted.(red heart super saver)

With color a(rhss black)
Magic circle

1.) Ch1, 10sc in circle. Join with slst to first SC.(10sc)
Fasten off.
Join with color b In the back loop.(rhss safron)
2.) In BLO, Ch8, slst in 2nd ch from hook, Slst in next 6 ch. Slst in next BLO sp. In next BLO sp, slst, Ch8, slst in 2nd ch from hook, slst in next 6 ch. Repeat around. (5slst. 5ch7 petals)
3.) Slst to FLO of 1st SC in row, in same sp, Ch6, slst in 2nd ch from hook, slst in next 4 ch. Slst in next FLO sp. In next FLO sp, slst, Ch6, slst in next 4 ch. Repeat around. Join with slst in base of the first Ch7 petal. Fasten off.(5slst, 5ch5 petals)

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