*~Flower Crochet-along~*

Three flower patterns with a video crochet-along to help you master them!

It’s fall. It’s gray outside. what better time than to plaster your home with ~flowers~! I’m feeling so inspired by flowers that I’m going to be posting lots of new patterns based on flower construction! But that’s the next post! First I’m going to show you step by step how to construct 3 different beautiful flowers!

In the last episode of my youtube video tutorial series “How to Crochet”, I promised I’d post a fun and quick project to practice your stitches. ~~~Well, here it is! 

Whether you are a beginner crocheter or not, flowers may look tricky but they really are simple, worked in the round, with basic stitches! the fact that flowers work up so fast gives everyone a real sense of accomplishment. Watch your Stitches get more and more consistent and refined as you create tons flowers that can decorate your home, clothing, or be given as gifts! There are Literally thousands of patterns out there for flowers! I’m going to show you how to do 3 of my favorite flowers step by step in my crochet-along video tutorial!

 Click on Pattern for Flower Tutorial to download my free pattern for all 3 flowers including the written and symbol pattern with legend!  let me know what you think and don’t forget to like and subscribe so you don’t miss anything!

2:17 The Petite Bouquet Flower
7:15 The Little Two Toned Flower
7:58 Round 1 
10:10 Round 2
18:00 The Challenge Flower
19:05 Round 1
22:14 Round 2
24:55 Round 3
28:26 Round 4
34:14 Round 5
39:24 Final Thoughts

1. Petite Bouquet Flower

This Is One Of The Simplest Flowers You Can Make. It Is Only One Round!

 I Love How Versatile This Flower Is! I’ve Pushed A Hair Pin Through The Back Stitches Of The Flower For My Little One To Wear, used them to decorate accessories like my backpack pattern that I’ll post about next, and also hot glued them onto cards!

 Click Flower Greeting Card to download my free printable card! print it on card paper double sided, fold over in the middle, and hot glue the bouquet!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Written Pattern:

1. Magic Circle. Chain 1. [Sc Into The Magic Circle, Chain 4]. Repeat Until You Have 6 Chain Sets. Sl St With First Sc Stitch To End Round. Pull On Tail To Tighten Middle. Leave 2” Tail And Cut Yarn. Tuck The Tail Through To The Back.To Make A Bouquet, Get A Piece Of Yarn About 4” And Tie It Around The Tails Of The Flowers In A Knot.

1. Magic Circle. Chain 1. [Sc Into The Magic Circle, Chain 4]. Repeat Until You Have 6 Chain Sets. Sl St With First Sc Stitch To End Round. Pull On Tail To Tighten Middle. Leave 2” Tail And Cut Yarn. Tuck The Tail Through To The Back.To Make A Bouquet, Get A Piece Of Yarn About 4” And Tie It Around The Tails Of The Flowers In A Knot.

2. Little Two Toned Flower

This flower is made with two rounds and is great for anytime you want a two colored flower! 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Written Pattern:

1. Magic Circle. Chain 1. 6 Sc into the magic circle. Sl St to end round.

2. Change colors. (Ch 3, Dc, Ch 3, Sl St) All into the first stitch. (Sl St, Ch 3, Dc, Ch3, Sl St) All into the next stitch. repeat this until you ahve 6 petals. sl st into the stitch of the base of the first petal to finish your flower.

1. Magic Circle. Chain 1. 6 Sc into the magic circle. Sl St to end round.

2. Change colors. (Ch 3, Dc, Ch 3, Sl St) All into the first stitch. (Sl St, Ch 3, Dc, Ch3, Sl St) All into the next stitch. repeat this until you ahve 6 petals. sl st into the stitch of the base of the first petal to finish your flower.

3. Challenge Flower

This is my favorite flower! I love the double layer of petals and how big it is! I can just throw these around the house all year round! Plus i love putting a safety pin through the back and using it as a broiche or to hold my scarf!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Written Pattern:

1. Magic circle. ch 3. Do 12 Dc into the magic circle. sl st to end the round.

2. Ch 1. (Sc in next stitch. Ch 2. Sc in next stitch] Repeat until you have 6 sets of Ch2 spaces.  Sl St with first Sc to end round.

3. Ch 1. (Sc in next stitch. Ch 3. Sc in next stitch] Repeat until you have 6 sets of Ch3 spaces.  Sl St with first Sc to end round.

4. Change Colors. Attach your second color into a Ch2 space from round 2. (Fold the chain 3 space to the back so you don’t work into it) [(Sc, Ch1, 2 Dc, Ch1, Sc) all in the same ch space. ] Repeat in each of the ch2 spaces all the way around until you have 6 petals. Sl St with first Sc to end round.

5. Fold your petals in so you can see the ch3 spaces from row 3. You will work the entire round in those spaces. Start in the chain space closest to where you ended the last round. (Sc, Ch2, 4 Tc, Ch2, Sc) into each of the chain 3 spaces until you have 6 large petals. Sl St with the first Sc to end the round and finish your flower.

1. Magic circle. ch 3. Do 12 Dc into the magic circle. sl st to end the round.

2. Ch 1. (Sc in next stitch. Ch 2. Sc in next stitch] Repeat until you have 6 sets of Ch2 spaces.  Sl St with first Sc to end round.

3. Ch 1. (Sc in next stitch. Ch 3. Sc in next stitch] Repeat until you have 6 sets of Ch3 spaces.  Sl St with first Sc to end round.

4. Change Colors. Attach your second color into a Ch2 space from round 2. (Fold the chain 3 space to the back so you don’t work into it) [(Sc, Ch1, 2 Dc, Ch1, Sc) all in the same ch space. ] Repeat in each of the ch2 spaces all the way around until you have 6 petals. Sl St with first Sc to end round.

5. Fold your petals in so you can see the ch3 spaces from row 3. You will work the entire round in those spaces. Start in the chain space closest to where you ended the last round. (Sc, Ch2, 4 Tc, Ch2, Sc) into each of the chain 3 spaces until you have 6 large petals. Sl St with the first Sc to end the round and finish your flower.

I hope you liked my video tutorial! Let me know what you think in the comments below! I read them!

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