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Flower Pin: Dot Matthews (bythehook) Flower Pin© 11/10/04 Dorothy “Dot” Matthews.

Flower Pin: Dot Matthews (bythehook)

All rights reserved.Originally published at This pattern is intended for personal use only. You may do what you want with the items you make, as long as you give Dot credit as the designer, with the following restrictions: you may not sell your items online and you may not sell to retail or wholesale stores or businesses. You are welcome to direct people to this pattern by posting a link to it. This pattern may not be posted on any other site or distributed in any other manner. Materials: worsted weight yarn I hook SPECIALTY STITCH:bp sl st = Back Post sl st. Easy Crochet Flower Clip. It only takes a few minutes and a few supplies to make a simple flower crochet clip. I used thin cotton crochet thread, a size 7 needle for the smaller flowers and a size 0/325mm for the larger, a hair clip, buttons (optional) and hot glue or needle and thread. Crochet Flower Pattern Chain 4, slip stitch in first stitch to make a ring.

Working in ring, chain 2, dc, chain 2, slip stitch, makes one petal. Repeat until you have 5 petals. Hot glue or sew button to center of flower if you like. Welcome, StumbleUpon visitor! Flower - Blue Pansy. This is a vintage pattern that has been re-published here on Craftbits.

Flower - Blue Pansy

If you are having trouble with this pattern try looking at vintage terms for crochet online. This pattern has been re-written as originally published. If you have cracked the vintage code let us know and we will update and add notes to this pattern to help out fellow crocheters. What you need Crochet hook Oddments of colored yarn Instructions Large petals: Using blue, work 6ch. Join with ss into first ch to form a circle. 1st round lch, work 1 1dc into circle. Join with ss into first ch. 2nd round 2ch, 1tr into same st, *2tr into next dc, rep from * once.

Work first petal on these sts. 1st row 2ch, 2tr into next tr, *2tr into next tr, rep from * twice more, 3tr into last tr. 2nd row 2ch, 1 tr into same st, *2tr into next tr, rep from * to end. Rejoin thread into next dc and work second petal in same way. Do not break yarn at end of 4th petal. Small petals Using blue, work 5ch. 1st round lch, work 1 1dc into circle.

Another Flower Pattern (6 petals) For those of you who are scared of new stitches, there’s no back post single crochet!

Another Flower Pattern (6 petals)

Grab the following items and give it a try: Small amounts of worsted weight yarn, 2 colors (I used Sugar ‘n’ Cream Robin’s Egg Blue and Tangerine) F crochet hook (unless you crochet loosely, then I’d suggest using a G hook) Yarn needles Something to embellish Notes: BLO means work in the back loop of the stitch only. Ready? Ch 2. Round 1: 6 SC in the first chain. Round 2: 2 SC in each stitch around (12 in all). Round 3: We’re creating the back row of petals first. Round 4: Ch 2, 5 dc, ch 2, sl st.

Round 5: Join your second color yarn in any of the front loops that you left unworked. Round 6: Ch 2, 4 dc, ch 2, sl st. I attached my finished flower to a simple, double-stranded headband using a small felt circle and hot glue. My finished product looks like this. Please put a link back to this pattern if you share or sell an item using this.