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Crochet Flower Pattern – Free Pattern

Crochet Flower Pattern

Crochet Flower Pattern

Materials

Size H (5.0mm) crochet hook

A few yards (~25 yards) of any worsted weight yarn.  Example crocheted with Vanna’s Choice Yarn.

Directions

Chain 3, join with sl st to form ring.

Round 1: Ch 2 (counts as first stitch), hdc into loop, ch 1.  {dc2tog, ch 1 into center ring}.  Repeat 4 more times around.  Join with sl st. in first ch-1 space. (6 dc2tog-clusters and 6 ch-1 spaces made)

Round 2:  Ch 1 (counts as first sc) + ch 3.  {sc in next ch-1 space.  Ch 3}.  Repeat around.  Join with sl st into first ch-3 space.  (6, ch-3 spaces made)

Round 3: ch 1, counts as first sc.  Work: 2 dc, 3tr, 2 dc, sc into same ch-3 space.  {sc, 2dc, 3tr, 2 dc, sc into next ch-3 space}.  Repeat around 4 more times to form 6 petals.  Join with sl st into first chain.

Fasten off, leaving a 12 inch tail.  Weave in ends or sew onto a hat/ headband/ sweater/ purse!

Crochet Flower Pattern
Crochet Flower Pattern

13 Comments

  • Carolyn Stanzel

    August 25, 2011

    I LOVE easy crochet patterns.

    Will try the pretty flower.

    Carolyn

  • JJCrochet

    August 26, 2011

    Me too – no need to make things complicated! Let me know how your flower turns out.
    Best, Jayna

  • Tanya

    September 3, 2011

    so cute! I wanted my flower to be a bit smaller, so I used a G hook and made 5 petals instead of 6. I’m attaching it to a hat that’s a gift for a girl that my friends just adopted! Thank you!

  • Jennifer

    November 4, 2011

    i have recently learned to knit with a co-worker who is very good…. unfortunately she knows nothing about chocheting… do you know of a site where I can learn. i would like to make one of your flowers to attach it to a headband that I just finished knitting.
    Many thanks.

  • Misti

    November 5, 2011

    Love the pattern. It was just what I needed to add a girly touch to a child’s hat pattern. 🙂

  • sewingbreakdown

    December 18, 2011

    Love the pattern. It was just what I needed to add a girly touch to a child’s hat pattern.

  • Michele

    April 20, 2012

    I’m confused. Why are some of the instructions in parenthesis? The 6 dc2tog clusters, what? Do I put 6 dc2togs in one space? Am I going all the way around? I am a beginner but I am lost in this pattern 🙁

  • JJCrochet

    April 20, 2012

    Hi Michele, you do work the 6, ch2togs in one space – the center circle of the chain 3 – so that you have a circle when you’re done with Round 1

    When instructions are in “{ }” – squiggly parenthesis, that’s a signal for you to repeat that part of the pattern.

    For example, Round 1 says:
    Ch 2 (counts as first stitch), hdc into loop, ch 1. {dc2tog, ch 1 into center ring}. Repeat 4 more times around.

    This means you Ch 2, hdc into the first loop, then chain 1. Then you continue in the pattern by working {dc2tog, ch 1 into center ring} 5 times (once like the pattern calls for, then 4 repeats). At the end of the round you’ll have a total of 6, dc2tog-clusters and 6, ch-1 spaces.

    Does that make sense?

    Jayna

  • Alicia

    November 15, 2012

    Hi,
    I just found your blog. Your pattern is the easy flower pattern I have ever found and made without having to start over. Thank you sooooo much!

  • Frances Brown

    January 18, 2013

    Please explain what a dc2tog stich is.. I’m a seasoned crocheter & I’ve never heard of it lol

    Please help

    Frances

  • JJCrochet

    January 24, 2013

    Hi Frances, the “dc2tog” stitch is a decreasing stitch where you “double crochet 2 (stitches) together”. Hope that helps!

  • Merl

    February 17, 2013

    I made 2 flower to add to a scarf, I made for a friend. Your flower was easy & lovely . I am tempted to keep the scarf for my self but I won’t. I am going to make lots , there are so many ways to use them. Thank you for sharing. Merl

  • liz

    March 6, 2013

    hi, I’m a beginner and I want to know if I can print these instructions with the picture…… thanks… Liz have a nice day 🙂

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