Follow this easy crochet flower pattern to make one single bloom or a whole bouquet. Each flower takes minimal yarn and can easily be made from odds and ends in your stash. The sample flower is crocheted from fingering weight yarn. This produces a dainty flower good for embellishing lace and baby items. Thicker yarn and larger hook can be substituted to make more substantial flowers.
- Universal Yarn Inc. Pace [75% superwash wool/25% polyamide; 220 yards/200 meters; 1.76 ounces/50 grams], Color #03 Steel.
- One flower crocheted in Universal Yarn Inc. Pace uses approximately 1.5 grams of yarn.
- Substitute any fingering weight yarn for a flower similar in size to the sample shown.
Gauge is not critical for this piece.
Sample flower measures 3” diameter.
- Ch 5, sl st in first ch to form round.
- Rnd 1: Ch 1 (counts as first st), 10 sc in center ring, sl st in ch to finish rnd -- 11 sts.
- Rnd 2: *Ch 10, sl st in next 2 sc; repeat from * a total of 5 times -- 5 ch-10 spaces.
- Rnd 3: *20 sc in ch-10 sp, sc into center ring; repeat from * a total of 5 times -- 105 sc sts.
- Cut yarn and weave in ends.
If your flower is curling up too much you can gently iron or steam it until the petals lay flat.