Crochet Pattern
Materials:
*Yarn in any weight and color -
*Crochet hook – just use the recommended hook size listed on your yarn.
*Scissors
*Yarn Needle
Smaller Flower (the one pictured above)
Ch 2
Rnd 1 – work 6sc’s into the 2nd ch from hk. (6)
Rnd 2 – work 2sc’s in each st around. Join with sl st to first sc of rnd. (12)
Rnd 3 – ch 2, skip next st, (sc in next, ch 2, skip next st) 5 times. Join with sl st to you sl st join of rnd 2. (you should have 6 ch 2 spaces)
Rnd 4 – work (sl st, ch 2, 3dc, ch 2, sl st) into each ch 2 space around. (6 petals formed)
Fasten off and weave away.
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Larger flower (so you can stack’em if you wanna)
Ch 2

Rnd 1 – work 6sc’s in to the 2nd ch from hk. (6)

Rnd 2 – work 2sc’s in each st around. (12)

Rnd 3 – (sc in next, 2sc in next) around. Join with sl st to first sc of rnd. (18)

Rnd 4 – ch 3, skip next 2 st’s, (sc in next, ch 3, skip next 2 st’s) 5 times. Join with sl st to your sl st join of rnd 3. (you should have 6 ch 3 spaces)

Rnd 5 – work (sl st, ch 2, 4dc, ch 2, sl st) into each ch 3 space around. (6 petals formed)

Fasten off and weave away.
Leaf
Ch 7
Rnd 1 – sc in 2nd ch from hk, hdc in next, dc in next 3, work (2hdc, ch 2, sc in 2nd ch from hk, 2hdc) in last ch. Now working on opposite side of foundation chain. dc in next 3, hdc in next, sc in last. Join with sl st into first sc of rnd.
See here for how to do the chain up the center of the leaf.
Picnik+collage Crochet Pattern
Pretty isn’t it??
Now you should go adorn  something…anything with your little pretties ( :
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This article has 20 comments

  1. ArtMind Reply

    Tara, you’re the best! I love these and I’m adding these to my patterns of you! Can’t wait to make some soon! :) Thanks for another GREAT tuto!

  2. Snowcatcher Reply

    The flowers and leaves are lovely, and so are all your other projects. You do some great and colorful work!

  3. Sandy Reply

    Hi Tara ~ You have such a pretty blog! I can’t wait to try these flowers ~ thanks for sharing. My daughter and I love to scrapbook and I’ve been looking for some tiny flowers to crochet and add to our layouts ~ these are perfect! Thanks:)

  4. Nicole Reply

    These are the cutest flowers! Everything you make is amazing. I’m going to make some of these up to put on the Oma Slippers I’m making for my grandma’s birthday.

  5. Trudy Reply

    Hi Tara,
    I really love these flowers! It’s the first “real” thing I made (after a pillow out of thirt-yarn). I wear this one as a “broche” on my yeans-jacket and people give lots of compliments about it! You can see a pic on my new blog (crochettrudy.blogspot.com)

  6. mib Reply

    liked these flowers alot, used them to make some flowery hairclips, check them out at my blog !!!!!!

  7. mrschez93 Reply

    The instructions are not clear, it is hard to distinguish how to create a different color center. I have crocheted for a few months and still have a hard time with directions, it always takes me a few reads to understand. Having said this, I have noticed that most people dumb down a pattern so that anyone can understand them. As I said, the pattern is not so easy to understand when you are a beginner

  8. Danni Hughes Reply

    This is the best flower pattern I have used. I’ve been crocheting for years and hated making flowers. The always looked wonky. Thank you so much. Love your site also.

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