I love this time of year!! Just when I get so tired of the winter blahs, a nice day comes and all is well with the world. The kids are outside running around with friends, so that gives me time for a project. I love these Crochet Flowers. They are so cute and have so many uses. Hot glue it to a hair clip, sew it to a bag, put it on top of a cute wrapped gift as the bow, so many options. But the best part is that these babies go from start to finish in 5 minutes.
You can use any yarn you want. I have played around with different colors. I like the single color Flowers.
It’s also cute with two colors, one for each row or just a yellow center.
Here’s the pattern:
Use any size hook you want. The bigger the hook, the bigger the finished flower.
slp st–slip stitch
hdc–half double crochet
round 1: ch 5 join into ring with slp st
round 2: 12 sc into ring join with slp st into first sc
round 3: ch 3 skip next 2 sc slp st into next sc 4 times
round 4: in ch 3 space (1slp st 1 hdc 3 dc) repeat in all ch 3 spaces
round 5: fold newly formed petals in towards center. working behind petals: 3 hdc in each of the two skipped sc from round 3 around. join with slp st into first hdc
round 6: ch 3 sk 2 hdc slp st into next hdc 8 times
round 7: in ch 3 space (1 slp st 1 dc 3 trc) repeat in all ch 3 spaces.
Let me know if you have any questions.
Here are some pics of these flowers in action. Have a wonderfull springy day!!
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