Friday, January 20, 2012

Free Crochet Flower Pattern The Perfect Posey

Ring around the Rosie
These are my Perfect Posies
( well atleast I think they are perfect )
If you like to crochet or want to learn
These sweet little appliques would make the perfect project
 My simple pattern combines 2 of my favorite things

Flowers & Crocheting

I hope if you try my pattern, that you understand my directions
 Have fun making perfect poseys

Perfect Posey ©

Simple Crochet Pattern by Cheryl aka ILuvSandals™ @ and Flower Girl Cottage™ BlogSpot and askcher™ @

Stitches & Materials Needed:

Adjustable Circle Method
Single Crochet
Double Crochet
Slip Stitch
Chain 1 stitch
Simple Knot

Any size hook & yarn


Form adjustable circle

Round 1: Using the adjustable Circle Method, Chain 1, work 10 Single Crochets into the circle and join to first chain 1 stitch, pull circle closed with loose end

{Petal 1}
Round 2: Chain 1, then work 5 double crochets into 1st  single crochet stitch from round 1, chain 1, slip stitch into same stitch – { First Petal  Formed }

Then into every other single crochet stitch in round 1 - Slip stitch, chain 1, 5 double crochets, chain 1, slip stitch all into 1 stitch as before

Do this until you have a total of 5 petals
Ending with a slip stitch Bind off, pull loose end to the back of work
Give the center loose end another pull to tightly close the center
Tie both loose ends together in a simple knot
Trim off excess  -  Finished  -  Enjoy
Adjsutable Circle Method Tutorial

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Karen Lindsay said...

So cute, colorful and a wonderful way to use scraps. Thank you! :-)


Marilyn said...

Beautiful colors..This is so lovely :)))

BCshutterbug said...

I have been looking for some cute little crocheted flowers! Well, not overly actively but these are exactly what I needed to finish off a gift for a my friend! Thanks for posting! :)

Cheryl said...

Thanks for the nice comments : )
I hope you all can understand my directions and that you enjoy : )

Fausta said...

Beautiful blog and the nice comment.
Thank you.

Sherry @ A Happy Valentine said...

How cute and cheery! I came by your blog because I saw the link to your crocheted hearts somewhere else. I've stayed a while and browsed around. You have a beatiful blog that I want to visit often. I'm your newest follower!

Hanni said...

These are also cutes. I am following you, I like your creations!

خياطة وتفصيل said...

Beautiful thank you.

Soleil said...

So lovely little flower turns out. I just tried it. Lovely! Thank you very much for the description how to!

Kel said...

WOW, this is awesome. I'm a beginner and your tutorial is perfect. Thank you for sharing your talent.

Christine said...

Perfect for hiding a mend in my granddaughter's t-shirt! Thank you

theweirdflower said...

Great! This would look pretty on my diy floral bookmarks. Thank you for the pattern :)

Jessica Boggs said...

This is awesome! I made the little hearts already! I am a beginner and I'm doing something wrong with the flowers. My petals keep ending up with holes in the middle and I don't understand how you make 5 petals from 10 single crochets as the base. Any tips?

Shaylee Ann said...

I love how easy & quick these flowers are Thank you so much for sharing this pattern! I have a question for you: would you be all right with me selling things that include flowers that I make from using this pattern? All credit would go to you, of course, with a link-back. Thank you! :)

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Negla Ross said...

My 3 year old daughter is obsessed with Doc McStuffins (perhaps, because that's one of the programs I most encourage her to watch, not to mention, her bedroom is decked out with nothing but her! I digress)

Doc McStuffins Headband:
Yarn: Any weight (Flower is great for scraps)
Hook: Any (I used 4.5mm or H)
Time: Less than 30 minutes

Foundation Chain: CH however many you need to make it fit around the child’s head (My daughter is 65 stitches.), CH 2
Row 1: DC all the way back to beginning of starting chain. 2 DC in last ST. (This will bring you back to the beginning of the foundation chain.
Row 2: DC through the middle of previous DC’s.
Sew or sl st both ends together.
*Note: You could have also crocheted in the round, but I’m not very good at it, so I joined them)
When you cut your tail, leave a fairly long one. Use it to sew the flower on securely (Remember, this is for a child, and they’re not always so good at keeping things together.

I got the pattern from:
*My modification* I changed from Purple to Pink after completing the Magic Circle.

To join the 2 pieces, use the long tail you cut to sew the flower neatly to the headband at the join.

This is my personal creation (with the exception of the flower). If you choose to credit me, that’s great. My user name/hashtag is “NEGLA3.” I do not have a website.

Happy Crocheting!!!

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