I love crochet flowers! These crochet flowers are super simple to make! I used Lion Brand Vanna’s Choice yarn and a crochet hook H. I hope you can understand the instructions. Crochet Flower Pattern Crochet Abbreviations: ch = chainsc = single crochetdc = double crochettrc = treble (triple) crochet How to crochet a flower Make magic ring (this is a great photo tutorial on making a magic ring) 1st round 15 sc in magic ring, pull tight, slip st in first sc 2nd round - chain 4, *skip 1 sc, dc in next sc, ch 1, repeat from * 6 more times. 3rd round – join new color to first chain loop with a slip stitch, work sc, dc, trc, dc, sc in each ch 1 loop, making eight petals, slip stitch in first sc. 4th round – Working behind, sc ch 4 around each dc in 2nd round, ending with chain 4, slip stitch in first sc (8 chain 4 spaces) 5th round – sc, dc, 2trc, dc, in each chain 4 space around. (8 petals) slip stitch in first sc TaDah! In no time at all you you can crochet a garden!
How to Crochet Flowers - DummiesThe three-dimensional crocheted flowers in this project are quick and easy to make and show off your crocheting skills. Crocheted flowers make great package toppers or, take off the tie and you can embellish afghans, pillows, bags, clothing, and more. This project calls for variegated yarn for the whole flower. Here are the materials you need and the vital statistics: Yarn: Patons “Bumblebee” baby-weight yarn (100% cotton), (1.75 oz [50 gm], 123 yds each skein): 1 skein of #02413 Flowers Variegated Hook: Size F-5 U.S. or size needed to obtain gauge Yarn needle Measurements: Approximately 3 inches in diameter Gauge: First 3 rnds = 1 3/4 in. in diameter Stitches used: Chain stitch (ch), slip stitch (sl st), single crochet (sc), half double crochet (hdc), double crochet (dc), triple crochet (tr) Create your crocheted flower:
How to make colourful crocheted flowersThese tiny flowers are sweetly adorable, totally thrifty and really easy to do. In mere minutes, you can whip up a rainbow bouquet from scraps of your leftover yarn. And when you're done growing flowers you can gift them to all the crafty folk you know. Materials:• Cotton DK yarn in various colours• 3.5mm (UK9/US E4) crochet hook• Tapestry needle AbbreviationsUK terms are used in this pattern:ch – chaindc – double crochethtr – half treble crochettr – treble crochetdtr – double treble crochetrep – repeatsl st – slip stitchst – stitch If you'd like to use a different weight of yarn, just check the label for the recommended crochet hook size and use that. Row 1: ch 3 Round 2: 11 tr into 3rd ch from hook, join with sl st to top of beginning ch 3 (12 tr made) Round 3: Join 2nd colour into top of any tr st from last round. Round 5: sl st into 1st ch space. (2 ch, 3 tr, 2 ch ) over each 4 ch loop space. Round 7: sl st into 1st chain space (2 ch, 4 tr, 2 ch ) over each 5 ch loop.
Teeny Tiny FlowersThis is a very simple little crochet pattern for small five-petalled flowers and leaves.I love making crochet flowers. I love the decorative nature of them, that they can be used to embellish all sorts of crochet, knit or fabric garments and objects. They can be used to decorate a bag, a hat, a cushion, a coat. First a word about yarn thickness and hook size.Below are three flowers made using the exact same pattern, but with different yarns and hooks.On the left, Rowan DK handknit cotton, on the recommended 4mm hook.In the middle, the same Rowan cotton, but on a 3.5mm hook.On the right, Rowan DK wool on a 3.5mm hook. I prefer to use a slightly smaller hook size than usual so that the flowers come out tighter/smaller (as in the middle flower). The pattern is written in UK terms, the stitches as follows :: sl st :: insert hook, yarn over, pull the loop back through the stitch, then through the loop on your hook. For US peeps: UK dc = US sc UK htr = US hdc UK tr = US dc Round 1 :: Round 2 ::
How to Crochet a Flower (Part 1)March 6th, 2014 494 users recommend Here's the finished crochet flower. Linda Permann Start by working round 1 into the magic ring. To make the first layer of "petals," work the stitches of round 2 into the ch-2 spaces. Photo: Linda Permann One of the most common questions I get from new crocheters is "How do I make those cute layered flowers?" Please note: This pattern uses standard crochet abbreviations. To begin, wrap the yarn around your finger once and make a magic ring. Work the first round into the ring. Round 1: Ch 5 (counts as hdc, ch 2), (hdc, ch 2) in ring 5 more times, sl st in 3rd ch of beginning ch to join-6 ch-2 sps. View 3 member project galleries
The Handmade Dress: Crochet Flower TutorialClick pictures to enlarge, and don't look at my ugly, unmanicured, stay-at-home mother of three fingernails! As promised this is my quick and easy flower tutorial. These make great hair pins or barrettes. They could also be used to decorate gifts, to spiff up some ready to wear clothing, and baby booties. I used sport weight yarn and a size H hook. Chain 6. Join with a slip stitch to beginning chain to form a "loop". Chain 3. Work triple crochet in main "loop", over yarn tail as shown, repeat three more times. There will be four triple crochet in each petal. Work five petals. Slip stitch to beginning petal. Now using the yarn tail that you have crochet to the loop, gently pull the center tight. To finish off pull yarn to back of flower, cut, and tie to yarn tail using a square knot.
Peace SignBy Rachel Choi – 33 Comments You can never spread enough peace! Crochet this peace sign and use it as a pin, magnet or applique. You can embellish hats, blankets, shirts or whatever you can thing of. Finished Size: 2 3/4″ (7 cm) in diameter Gauge: Not that important for this pattern, you may adjust the hook size to obtain the desired finished size. Need help understanding the abbreviations? Crochet Pattern: Peace Sign Round 1: ch 13, tr in first ch made, (ch 3, tr in first ch made) 2 times, ch 7, sl st in sixth ch made at beginning of round Round 2: 14 sc in ch-7 space, 6 sc in next 2 ch-3 spaces, 14 sc in next ch-7 space, sl st in first sc made, finish off. Don’t understand chain spaces? Let me know of you need more help!
Pretty Little Petals [Free Pattern]Strictly speaking, this post was intended to be the "Part Two" section of the Granny Oblong saga. Except that I went on a frogging spree, and now the whole thing is sitting in the "in progress" box (which has a lid, so I don't have to look at them for a while! :P) But since you were promised a pattern, and since this is called "eggbirddesigns" not "eggbirdthefrog", a pattern ye shall receive!! I hope you like it :) Pretty Little Petals ETA: You can now link to this pattern on ravelry here Notes sp - space sl st - slip stitch sc - single crochet dc - double crochet ch - chain The pattern is written in American terms, however if you prefer UK terms there is a fab 'translator' here. To Begin: create a magic loop (if you're unsure how to do this, click here). Round 1: Ch1, 2sc into each space around. Round 2: Ch1, *2sc in next sp, 1sc in next sp* - repeat between * 6 times [18 sts total] Round 3: Change colour. Round 4: Ch3 (counts as first dc), 5dc in the same space.
Tutorial Tuesday: Crochet flowersHere’s a new skill to learn: crochet! We know how much you loved these beauties from issue 3, so Carmen Heffernan is back to share the crochet love with even more of you online. Supplies: Cotton DK yarn in various colours 3.5mm (UK9/US E4) crochet hook Tapestry needle Abbreviations: UK terms are used in this pattern ch – chain dc – double crochet htr – half treble crochet tr – treble crochet dtr – double treble crochet rep – repeat sl st – slip stitch st – stitch If you’d like to use a different weight of yarn, just check the label for the recommended crochet hook size and use that! Large Flower Row 1: ch 3 Round 2: 11 tr into 3rd ch from hook, join with sl st to top of beginning ch 3 (12 tr made) Round 3: Join 2nd colour into top of any tr st from last round. Fasten off. (6 x 4 ch loop spaces made) Round 5: sl st into 1st ch space. (2 ch, 3 tr, 2 ch ) over each 4 ch loop space. Round 7: sl st into 1st chain space. (2 ch, 4 tr, 2 ch ) over each 5 ch loop. Small Flower Row 1: ch 2