Crochet Grass … Grass is Always Greener on the Crochet Side!

This would would great with green plarn – so many possibilities!

Crochet Grass ... Grass is Always Greener on the Crochet Side!

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    Where is it?

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    I feel like it needs to be plarn or something similar, so that it doesn’t mold or get destroyed in some other way. Although, I guess that depends on what the weather is like in the area that you put it.

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