Monday, September 30, 2013

Free Crochet Flower Pattern

 

 
 
 

 
 

Five Petal Daisies

Materials:

Cotton Yarn or Yarn of Choice

G Hook or Hook Size of Choice

Special Stitch Note: 4x Crochet Stitch, add one more stitch to a regular triple crochet stitch in the middle or at the end

Pattern:

10 Single Crochets into Magic Circle, Join with slip stitch

Petal Cluster:  Working in the same joining slip stitch, Chain 3, work a 4x Crochet Stitch 3 times, chain 3, slip stitch all into the same stitch

Skip 1 Single Crochet

Slip Stitch and repeat the petal cluster 4 times, End last petal with slip stitch

Flower Center, Chain 15, Trim the ends of chain stitch string

Twirl the chain stitch string into a circle and use fabric glue or hot glue to place in the center of flower

Flower Center Alternatives:  large button or leave plain

Option:

Stiffen and Stabilize Finished Flower back side with ModPodge

For Hair Clippie or brooch, attach hair clip with felt or fabric and hot glue to the back of flower
 
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20 comments:

Rhondda Mol said...

Thank you :)

Dee Ann said...

What does 4x crochet stitch mean? I've nerver heard of this stitch before.

LuckyGirl HairTies said...

Dee Ann, I made it up the 4x crochet stitch, It it a triple with an added stitch worked in. I don't really know how to explain it in tech terms. I try my best to communicate my patterns but sometimes I just make things up, like my adjustable heart pattern : )

Lee Ann said...

What a pretty pattern; thank you!! :)
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710southmain said...

Thank you so much for the instructions. I haven't crocheted in years but I'm going to give this a try. Love the things you made--beautiful!

Stitcher75 said...

hi lucky, what you're calling a 4x crochet stitch is actually called a double treble (a "tr" is called a treble, not a triple. I'm not sure why.) after the double treble comes the treble treble, quadruple treble, and so on. using these standard terms may help you explain your patterns more easily.

LuckyGirl HairTies said...

Stitcher75, Thank You for the 411, that helps me a lot, I LOVE to crochet and making up little projects, and I and I am very novice at pattern writing. I just try my best, and always hope to learn something new. So Thank You again !

Carolyn H said...

I think you did a great job with the pattern, and I thank you. It is adorable.

Carolyn H said...

Great job, thanks for sharing, it is a darling pattern.

beth said...

Hi what is a magic circle (first step). So cute, would love to make these!

Bow Dazzling Volunteer said...

Hi! Just wanted you to know that I pinned this pretty flower tutorial 27 weeks ago on Pinterest and has been repinned 2,927 times, to date. It's a great flower for Bow Dazzling volunteers. Bow Dazzling delivers hair bows and headbands to local hospitals for girls dealing with cancer and other serious medical conditions. Thank you!

Esther said...

Thank you for the pattern! My friend wanted a daisy added to her crochet hat and this pattern was perfect! :)

Anonymous said...

I have the same question as Beth. What is a "magic circle"?

Karla said...

Thank you for posting the free flower pattern! It is so lovely :) I have included it on my blog Karla's Making It (linking to your pattern, of course)! You can view it here http://www.karlasmakingit.com/free-crochet-patterns/free-crochet-flower-patterns/

Rebecca from ChemKnits said...

These flowers are darling! Thank you so much for sharing the pattern. I'm making one to put on a chevron baby hat for a baby shower.

Cheryl said...

Look up the magic circle on utube, there are several tutorials.

Angie carpenter said...

I did the awesome headband pattern, now the flower! I LOVE it as well! Going to make headband with flowers for family gifts! Thank you soooo much!

Angie carpenter said...

I did the awesome headband pattern, now the flower! I LOVE it as well! Going to make headband with flowers for family gifts! Thank you soooo much!

alwaysunderpay flower headbands said...

awesome!!! I LOVE these!! So simple and such gorgeous color combos. Just shared on my Facebook page!

Anonymous said...

First, let me say I love this flower, and the hadband pattern. Thank you so much for sharing. If you're going to post a pattern, however, all of it should be there. Tell us what a magic circle is. I shouldn't have to go to youtube to find out.