I know information technology seems like I’ve been talking crochet a lot these days, so I just want to explain a bit. Non that crocheting needs explanation, I honey it! But correct at present, my craft space is under renovation and has no floor, which means 99% of my supplies are in storage, and the only thing I could become to were my crochet hooks and a couple balls of yarn. And so there it is. You’ll meet my desk re-practise in one case I’1000 done, and my new floors once they’re in too. If you can’t wait, imagine how I experience! For now, here’s a little crochet flower for yous to enjoy!
When I was making hats for my
arts and crafts fair, I discovered that I tended toward adolescent or at the very least, gender neutral hat colors and designs. Maybe because I take a fiddling boy at home and always despair at the lack of cute boy designs. I did brand “girlie” hats, in hot pinkish, for case. But I’chiliad not a (very) girlie girl, and you won’t ever catch me with a hot pink hat. I’m also terrible at making up my mind, and so I similar having options bachelor for those last minute mood-dependent decisions. I decided to brand (and sell) crocheted blossom pins that tin be pinned to a hat (or not), and so you lot tin can mix and match flower and hat colors.
I couldn’t observe a flower pattern that I loved, so I made up my own. These little flowers are quick and easy to make, and tin brighten upward any outfit. Or group them together for some springtime cheer!
If you’d like to sell items from this pattern or share it with your friends, I just enquire that you give credit back to One Dog Woof. Please do not repost or re-distribute the pattern in its entirety. Thanks!
five-Petal Crochet Flower
One thousand size (4.25 mm) crochet hook
Small corporeality of cotton or acrylic worsted weight yarn.
Pin or Barrette
Abbreviations, in US terms:
ch = chain stitch
sc = unmarried crochet
sl st = slip sew
hdc = one-half double crochet sew together
dc = double crochet stitch
Magic Ring: Wrap yarn effectually 2 fingers as if to start with a chain, pull upwards a loop, simply do not tighten. Yarn over, and secure a chain stitch on hook. Work Circular one stitches into ring and then pull tight.
*Note: If you intend on attaching a pin or barrette to the flower, I recommend leaving a long tail earlier yous start, and using the tail to secure the pin/barrette in one case the bloom is complete.
Circular 1: Offset with a magic ring. 5 sc in the ring. Join with sl st to first sc, pull tight.
Round ii: *Ch 3, sl st in next sc*. Echo from * iv more times. The last sl st will be in the sc you started with. You should take 5 loops.
Circular three: Piece of work (sc, hdc, 3 dc, hdc, sc) in each ch-3 infinite.
Round 4: * Ch 5, working behind the first ready of petals, sl st in the dorsum of the sc from Round 2*. Repeat from * four more times, with the final sl st at the beginning of the showtime ch-5.
Round five: Work (sc, hdc, 5 dc, hdc, sc) in ch-5 infinite. Join with a sl st in first sc of circular.
Fasten off and weave in ends.
This motion picture is my endeavour to show where to make the sideslip stitch after the 5 ch in Round 4. This is the dorsum of the flower, with the white department being the back of the sc stitch from Round two.