Crochet Flower pattern set

These flowers are really simple and fun to make! You can make them very quickly.

 

These patterns were inspired by/based off of this crochet flower tutorial, which does not belong to me. The instructions are not in English, but the photos are clear enough to figure out the pattern. I made a few flowers from that tutorial a while ago. I love the design, and usage of delicate yarn and (what are I believe are essentially) elongated double crochets to form the petals. These features gives the flowers a soft, light, airy feeling. I incorporated these aspects into my own patterns.

 

 


 

Pattern is done is US crochet terms (single crochet, double crochet, triple crochet).

 

Items needed:

  • Crochet hook, size 2.75mm
  • DK or sport/baby weight yarn. Embroidery thread could probably also work, but it won’t have that nice, soft, fluffy feel.
  • Yarn needle.

 

Abbreviations:

St – Stitch

Sl St – Slip stitch

Ch – Chain

Sc – Single crochet

Inc – Increase

Yo – Yarn over (hook)

 

 

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Star flower

1) Chain 8, slip stitch into the first chain to form a ring.

2) Insert hook into the center of the ring, yarn over the hook, and pull through. Yo and pull through both loops on the hook to finish the first single crochet. Repeat this process until you have a total of 10 single crochets. Slip st into the first st. 

3) Chain 4 to start the first petal.

4) Yarn over, insert hook into the next st. Then yarn over and pull through the stitch, pull the loop(s) out until they’re the same length as the chain of four.

Starting the first long-loop double crochet.

 

Yarn over again, and pull through the first two loops on the hook. This makes the first long-loop dc.

First long loop double crochet finished.

5) Repeat step 4 three more times. You should now have 5 loops on the hook… 

All four long loop double crochets complete.

Yarn over and pull through all loops, then immediately make a tight chain to close the petal.

Petal closed with a chain.

7) Make a picot [chain 3, slip st into the first chain]. Then chain 4 and sl st into the next st.

First petal finished.

8) Repeat steps 3-7 four more times so that you have a total of 5 petals.

9) Cut the yarn and weave in the tail ends. I usually tie the two tail ends together before weaving them in, just ‘cuz I can.

Done!

The petals curl a little, but if they curl too much you may have made the stitches too tight. You can try blocking the petals to make them flatter, if you wish.

 

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Sunflower

1) Chain 8, slip stitch into the first chain to form a ring.

2) Insert hook into the center of the ring, yarn over the hook, and pull through. Yo and pull through both loops on the hook to finish the first single crochet. Repeat this process until you have a total of 10 single crochets. Slip st into the first st. 

3) Chain 6. In the same st, make 2 long-loop double crochets, the same way as described in step 4 of the 5-petal star flower pattern.

Both long loop double crochets complete.

Yarn over, pull through all three loops, then chain 1 to close the petal. Ch 6, and slip st into the same stitch. Sl st into the next st.

Petal closed with a chain.

4) Repeat step 3 nine more times until you have a total of 10 petals.

Two petals done, eight more to go.

5) Cut yarn, and weave in the tail ends.

Done!

 

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Daisy

1) Chain 8, slip stitch into the first chain to form a ring.

2) Insert hook into the center of the ring, yarn over the hook, and pull through. Yo and pull through both loops on the hook to finish the first single crochet. Repeat this process until you have a total of 10 single crochets.

3) Slip st in the next st, chain 4.

(For this flower, the long-loop double crochets are worked ever so slightly differently. One extra step is added (in bold)).

Yarn over, insert hook into the next st and bring up a loop that’s the same length as the ch 4. Yo, pull through the first two loops. Yarn over again and pull through the remaining two loops on the hook. You now only have one loop left on the hook.

(This is the same way the stitches are done in the inspiration pattern.)

First long-loop double crochet completed.

 

Make three more of these long-loop dcs into the same st, so you have a total of four.

All four long loop double crochets finished.

Chain 4, slip st into the same st to finish the petal.

First petal done.

 

4) Repeat step 3 four more times until you have a total of 5 petals.

5) Cut the yarn and weave in the tail ends.

Done!

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That’s all! I hope you liked these crochet patterns.

If you crochet these flowers and use them in a project, please make sure to link to this webpage.

 

If anything is unclear or there are errors in the pattern, please let me know and I will fix it!