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5 FREE crochet flower patterns 888 from Learn How to Crochet Flowers with 1 2 3 4 5 1 Colorful Crochet Flowers Mags Kandis 2 Corsage in Bloom Christina Potter 3 Primary Hat Hazel Rich Toni Rexroat and Susan 4 Flower-Power Posy Heather Lodinsky 5 Starburst Flower Heather Lodinsky .
and more. We hope you enjoy using these free crochet flower patterns to embellish your projects. . three colors combine to create the Starburst Flower by HEatHEr lodiNSKY. . . . . . from hats and scarves to garments and bags. Each pattern is perfect for beginner crocheters or experienced crocheters looking for a quick project. . . . . . Learn How to Crochet Flowers with toni Editor. . . . . . . . You can use them to personalize hats. . . . to create your own unique masterpieces. . . . embellishing your choice of projects. Best wishes. . . . . and they’re waiting to be attached to finished pieces. . . . . or play with joining rows of posies to create a scarf or table runner. . . . this striking flower is a perfect project for leftover bits of yarn. . bags. Page 6 LeaRn How To CRoCHeT fLoweRS wiTH 5 fRee CRoCHeT fLoweR PaTTeRnS fRoM CRoCHeT Me Primary Hat Toni Rexroat and Susan Hazel Rich . or to embellish a hat. . Crochet flowers are quick and easy to whip up and a resourceful use of those luscious scraps you just can’t bear to toss. . . . . . . i’ve been creating a bouquets worth of these vibrant. . She provides instructions for combining these three flower patterns to make either a choker or brooch. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CrochetMe. . the Colorful Crochet Flowers by MaGS KaNdiS are a great way to use up those little bits of left over luxury yarns. . . . . . . Page 10 Toni Rexroat Starburst Flower Heather Lodinsky . . . Page 8 a CrochetMe eBook edited by Toni ReXRoaT E d i t o r i a l S ta f f ediToR CRoCHeT Me Flower-Power Posy Heather Lodinsky .5 FREE crochet flower patterns 888 from CroCHEt floWErS iNSPirE CrEativitY. . . . . . . . the possibilities are endless: use them for bookmarks. . . . You can work the patterns as they are given or mix and match the flowers. . .Page 12 . . the Flower-Power Posy by HEatHEr lodiNSKY is a simple. You can also work this easy flower in one color. . sweaters. . . . . . . Table of Contents presented by crochetme! 3 . the eye-catching peony flower is created using four individual crocheted circles. . . . You can vary the size of these circles to modify the flower’s size. . . . blossoming embellishments. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .com. So gather up your leftover yarn and use it to embellish your latest pieces. . two-row flower perfect for embellishment. . . . . . . . . the Corsage in Bloom by CHriStiNa PottEr combines three thread crochet flowers to create wearable embellishments. . . . . . . . Share pictures of your projects in the member gallery at CrochetMe. . . . . . .com 1 2 3 4 5 Colorful Crochet Flowers Mags Kandis . . . . . . Play with your favorite color combinations for your own unique bouquet. . . . this small embellishment is the perfect project to learn how to crochet flowers. . . . . . . . . . Here we give you instructions for creating eight flowers plus a basic single crochet hat in four sizes. . . . . . . . .Page 14 CrEativE SErviCES Janice Tapia as noted iLLuSTRaTion gayle ford deSigneR PHoTogRaPHy Stich Glossary Projects and information are for inspiration and personal use only . . key fobs. . . then let your imagination decide what to embellish. . . . . the Primary Hat by toNi rEXroat and SUSaN HaZEl riCH provides instructions for a basic single crochet hat in sizes from baby to men’s. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . You can finish a handful of flowers in under an hour. . . .Page 4 Corsage in Bloom Christina Potter . . . . .
Colorful Crochet Flowers design by Mags Kandis Originally published in Gifted (Interweave 2010) If you’re like me.2 cm) to 2" (5 cm) across. you have little scraps of luscious yarns far too pretty to throw away. Make up a bunch of each of the pieces and then mull all the colormixing possibilities—you’ll be amazed by how wonderful some of the oddest color combinations look! Use them for key fobs. and brooches. Nashua Handknits Creative Focus Worsted Wool (75% wool. 20% alpaca. Learn How to Crochet Flowers with 5 FREE Crochet Flower Patterns from Crochet Me ©Interweave | Not to be reprinted | All rights reserved | www. Brooch: Frog Tree Alpaca Sport Weight (100% alpaca. 25% alpaca. 20% silk. Finished Size: From about 1¼" (3. size varies depending on yarn used. Shown here: Key Ring and Bookmark or Gift Tie: Brown Sheep Nature Spun Sport Weight (100% wool. 130 yd [119 m]/50 g).com Joe Coca . bookmarks. and they give you the added enjoyment of experimenting with colorways as you go. These little gems of crochet whimsy use up yarn bits too small for anything useful.crochetme. 220 yd [201 m]/100 g). and Mirasol Sulka (60% merino. Yarn: Sportweight (#2 Fine) and worsted weight (#4 Medium). 55 yd [50 m]/50 g). 184 yd [168 m]/50 g): Small amounts of assorted colors.
Trim ends.5 mm) for worsted-weight yarn.5 cm) tail. Vogue Knitting. turn. and Part 3 in Mirasol Sulka.5 to 5. Trim ends. Her designs appear in publications including Interweave Knits. the bigger the gauge. including as the editor of Folk Style. *Ch 8. and vice-versa. Notions: Metal ring and clip for key ring. sl st to end. Notes • For key ring. sl st into first ch to form ring. begin and end each part leaving about a 12" (30. Knot tails tog to form cluster. • For bookmark or gift tie. begin and end each part leaving about an 18" (45. Finishing Assemble parts by inserting the tails of the small petals through the center of the large petals. Trim ends. rep from * 4 times more—5 “stamen” total. Hook: Size F/5 to G/6 (3. Joe Coca Key Ring Work braid for ½" to 1½" (1. Joe Coca Part 2: Small Petals Ch 5. Part 2 in Nashua Handknits Creative Focus Worsted Wool. Skill Level: Easy. Knitter’s.Learn How to Crochet Flowers with 5 FREE Crochet Flower Patterns from Crochet Me Part 3: Large Petals Ch 5. then inserting the tails of the cluster through the center of the petals. Colorful Crochet Flowers presented by crochetme! 5 . rep from * 5 more times—6 petals. Flower Part 1: Cluster *Ch 8. The bigger the yarn. Ontario. Brooch Work braid for ½" to 1" (1. sc into ring. Braid Divide tails into three groups of two strands each and work 3-strand braid as follows for your project. the bigger the hook. Knot ends tog to secure in place.75 to 4 mm) for sportweight yarn.3 to 2. work Part 1 in Frog Tree Alpaca Sport Weight. begin and end each part leaving about a 6" (15 cm) tail. MAGS KANDIS has spent the last 18 years perfecting her distinct style. Secure ends with an overhand knot. rep from * 7 more times—8 petals. Secure ends with an overhand knot. brooch back Gauge: Not crucial for project.5 cm).5 cm) tail. and the Interweave Style book series.5 cm) or desired length. then cont to braid for desired length. or safety pin. both as creative director of Mission Falls and for ready-to-wear manufacturers. size H/7 to I/9 (4. Mags lives in the heart of Quinte. Secure ends with an overhand knot. • For brooch.3 to 3. slide ring onto one group. *Ch 6.8 cm). sc into ring. sl st into first ch to form ring. • For brooch. Bookmark or Gift Tie Work braid for or 12" (30. the bigger the flower.
1 large and 1 medium pearl (optional).65 mm) steel hook. Adjust hook size if necessary to obtain the correct gauge.Corsage in Bloom design by Christina Potter Originally published in Interweave Crochet. Joe Coca Choker Strap With color of your choice. 251 yd [230 m]/13⁄4 oz [50 g]): #523 tea rose (A). dc in each ch across. Skill Level: Intermediate. lacy effect that it creates is perfect for embellishments. #581 wintergreen (B). Note This flower pendant can be attached to a pin back and worn as a brooch or attached to a strap and worn as a choker tied at the back of the neck. Learn How to Crochet Flowers with 5 FREE Crochet Flower Patterns from Crochet Me ©Interweave | Not to be reprinted | All rights reserved | www. 1 ball each. Row 1: Dc in 4th ch from hook. Note: Gauge is not essential for this project. Finished Size: About 3" wide and 4" long. Directions for each option are given here.com . Notions: Tapestry needle. Yarn: Coats Opera Crochet Thread. Designer Christina Potter loves the look of items made from crochet thread.crochetme. jewelry pin back (optional). Size 10 (100% Hook: Size 7 (1. ch 201. she designed this choker that can be easily made into a brooch instead. the light. To create a piece that displays the delicacy of crochet thread in a wearable form. turn—199 dc. #582 aqua (C). and #583 summer straw (D). Spring 2007 cotton. Gauge: 7 sc and 6 rows = 1".
Fasten off. sl st in 3rd ch of beg ch-3 to join—40 dc. Rnds 4–6: Rep Rnd 2. sl st in first sc to join—6 ch-4 lps. Rnd 3: Sc in next front ch-4 lp.Learn How to Crochet Flowers with 5 FREE Crochet Flower Patterns from Crochet Me Rows 2–3: Ch 3 (counts as dc). If desired. *2 dc in each dc across petal. rep from * around. make a slipknot. *(sc. turn—196 dc. Rnd 6: Rep Rnd 4—120 sts. Row 1: Ch 3. sk next ch. turn. join yarn with sl st to 80th dc from one end. Fasten off. ch 3 (counts as dc). Wrap tail 2 times around first finger of nonworking hand to form ring. beg at center. 6 dc in first ch-2 sp. rep from * around. rep from * across. sl st in first sc to join—6 petals total. 9 dc. sl st in first sc to join—6 ch-5 lps. sc in first st. rep from * to tch. sc) in next ch-5 lp. Weave in ends. sl st in first sc to join—6 back petals. sc in next st. sl st in first sc to join—10 sc. dc in each of next 7 sts. sc) in same ch-4 lp. turn. *sc in next st. Flowers Large rose: With A. sew a large pearl bead to center of rose. dc first st. [ch 5. *ch 2. make a slipknot with a long tail. Finishing Arrange flowers as desired and sew to base using crochet thread and tapestry needle. rep from * 4 more times. ch 3. *7 dc in next ch-2 sp. ch 4. rep from * around. sl st in first sc to join—84 sts. Missouri. Work in dc for 6 rows total. ch 5. 2 dc in each st around. sc) in same ch-5 lp. for each petal work 1 sc in each sc and 2 dc in each dc around. Rnd 3: Ch 1. cont to twist petals around center until desired shape of rose is created. turn. Rnd 3: Rep Row 2—80 dc. join thread in any ch-5 lp with sc. (2 dc. Rnd 1: Dc in 5th ch from hook. If making a brooch. (9 dc. leaving a 6" tail. sl st in first sc to join—20 sc. Rnd 1: 10 sc into ring. pull tail to tighten circle. sc in next st. dc in each st across. ch 6. sk next st. rep from * across. *ch 3. Rnd 1: Ch 1. Rnd 2: Working behind lps just made. Row 1: Dc in 4th ch from hook and in each ch across. Thread tail on tapestry needle and. sl st in next ch-2 sp. sc into ring between next 2 sc from previous rnd. ending ch 3. She teaches crochet and knitting classes from time to time at a local yarn shop near her home in St. rep from* 4 more times. (ch 4. Rnd 5: Make a slipknot. sc in each st around. Ruffled open flower: With B. Rnd 4: Rep Row 3—392 dc. *(sc. Fasten off. Louis. sk first dc. 6 dc. st tail in and out of rose center to secure shape. ch 31. CHRISTINA POTTER learned to crochet from her grandmother when she was ten years old and has been working on improving her skills ever since. Fasten off. turn. sc in next sc. dc in each st across. Weave in loose ends. 7 dc in beg ch-4 sp—14 petals total. Rnd 3: Ch 3 (counts as dc). dc in top of tch. Rnd 2: Ch 3 (counts as dc). sl st to first sc to join—20 sc. Weave in ends. Rnd 7: Ch 1. sew the pin back to the top of the base. 2 sc in each st around. (5 dc. Rnd 4: Ch 1. sc into ring) 5 times. turn—8 dc. ch 14. 2 dc) in next ch. leaving a long tail. ch 2. roll first petal around to form center bud. Rnd 8: Ch 1. sl st in first sc to join. dc in top of tch. sc) in next ch-4 lp. For brooch: With D. sl st in next sl st. sk first dc. *ch 3. Rnd 4: Ch 1. Work in dc for 11 rows total. sc into ring. Fasten off. If desired. Rosette: With C. Fasten off. sew small pearl bead to center of flower. dc in top of tch. sl st in first ch to form ring. Rnd 2: Ch 3 (counts as dc). sl st in next ch-2 sp. 2 dc in top of tch. turn—12 dc. Fasten off. sl st in first sc to join—10 sc. Next row: Ch 3 (counts as dc). Lily of the valley (make 2): With D. Fasten off. Weave in loose ends. Corsage in Bloom presented by crochetme! 7 . sl st in first sc to join. Rnd 2: Ch1. sl st in first sc to join. dc in same st. wrap tail around first finger of nonworking hand 2 times to form ring. pull tail to tighten sts around into a circle. Base For choker: With same color used to make strap. dc in next st and in each st across. Next row: Ch 3 (counts as dc). sc into ring between next 2 sc] 5 times. Rnd 1: 20 sc into ring.
rep from * around—24 sc. Crown: With MC.com . 22)" head circumfer- ence to fit baby (child. sc in next sc. Hook: Size 7 (4. Finished Size: 151⁄2 (18. Yarn distributed by Universal Yarn. Skill Level: Easy. 1 ball each. MC) and #503 lilac (light purple. Yarn: Debbie Macomber Blossom Street Collection Rosebud (100% superwash extrafine merino. man). Rnd 3: Work 2 sc in first sc. 137 yd [125 m]/1¾ oz [50 g]): #504 petunia (dark purple. Rnd 1: Work 8 sc in adjustable lp. CC). Hat shown measures 151⁄2". Toni Rexroat Learn How to Crochet Flowers with 5 FREE Crochet Flower Patterns from Crochet Me ©Interweave | Not to be reprinted | All rights reserved | www. this easy and eyecatching bloom can easily be modified in size by working more petal rows.crochetme. make adjustable lp. woman.5 mm). *2 sc in next sc. Adjust hook size if necessary to obtain correct gauge. Inspired by a fabric flower design. Notions: Yarn needle. place marker (pm) in first sc to mark beg of rnd. sc in next sc. 20.Primary Hat design by Toni Rexroat and Susan Hazel Rich This simple hat is the perfect canvas on which to attach elegant flowers. Rnd 2: Work 2 sc in each sc around—16 sc. Gauge: 19 sc and 21 rows = 4" in sc.
Fasten off and weave in loose ends. Attach flower to hat using photo as a guide. ch 4. the latest resources. sc in next 5 sc. maybe you’ll nd so many exciting crochet projects. or give as gifts. rep from * around—32 sc. work 8 sc in ring. Place all 4 triangles with long edges together and stitch pointed ends together. Cont in the est pattern. *2 sc in next sc. Rep last rnd until length of hat is 6 (8. Next rnd: Sc in each sc around. 81⁄2. 7)". RISK-FREE Interweave Crochet TRIAL OFFER IS A M U S T H AV E F O R T H O S E W H O L OV E TO C RO C H E T ! Every issue includes scrumptious yarns. Rnds 2–7: Rep Rnds 2–7 of hat. Petal (make 4) With CC. *2 sc in next sc. Rnd 6: Work 2 sc in first sc. The design for the flower was concieved by Susan Hazel Rich. new techniques and exclusive contemporary crochet patterns.Learn How to Crochet Flowers with 5 FREE Crochet Flower Patterns from Crochet Me Flower Rnd 4: Work 2 sc in first sc. rep from * around—40 sc. rep from * around—56 sc. Rnd 5: Work 2 sc in first sc.com/kdiwc Primary Hat presented by crochetme! 9 . you won’t know where to start! interweave. sc in next 2 sc. Or. until diameter of crown is 43⁄4 (6. 9)". Rnd 1: Ch 1. detailed how-tos. sc in next 5 sc. sc in next 4 sc. *2 sc in next sc. sc in next 3 sc. sc in next 3 sc. the magazine designer for Interweave Crochet. Assemble flower: Fold each petal in half 2 times. 61⁄2. Sl st in next sc. place marker (pm) in first sc to mark beg of rnd. You’ll nd lots of exciting new designs you can wear. Fasten off and weave in loose ends. sl st in first sc to join. rep from * around—48 sc. *2 sc in next sc. Rnd 7: Work 2 sc in first sc. TONI REXROAT is the editor for Crochet Me. working 1 more sc between inc of 2 sc in same sc. sc in next 4 sc. use in your home. sc in next 2 sc. Sl st in next sc.
Flower-Power Posy design by Heather Lodinsky Originally published in 150 Knit & Crochet Motifs (Interweave 2011) • When you have narrowed down your choices. swatch! • Colors can change when placed next to each other. [1 sc. very dark purple. skip next dc.com . 1 dc into ring. • Colors that go with almost anything include black. Foundation ring: Ch 6. 1 sc] into next ch-6 sp. and Cast On. New York. for example. swatch. She is the designer of the popular “Central Park Hoodie” cardigan. • Baby garments can be worked in colors other than pastels so long as the yarn is suitable for delicate skin. ch 1. ch 1. • Turquoise and aqua look good against most skin tones. join with ss to base of beg ch-1. Color tips • Neutral colors get a new lease on life when combined with small amounts of color from another palette. Fasten off. She was also included in the “Great American Afghan” in Knitter’s Magazine. 3 dc into ring] 5 times. 1 hdc. Round 1: Ch 3 (counts as first dc). Family Circle Knitting. 7 dc. which appeared in KnitScene. rep from * 4 times more. skip next dc. Heather is a freelance designer for major yarn companies. She teaches classes at her local yarn shop in Buffalo. 1 sc] into next ch-6 sp. join with ss to form a ring. Round 2: *Ch 1. Skill Level: Easy. and chocolate brown. 1 hdc. ss into next dc. Her designs have appeared in Interweave Knits. where she lives with her family.crochetme. • When in doubt—swatch. join with ss to top of beg ch-3. navy. [1 sc. KnitScene. place skeins of each color together in natural daylight to see how well they blend together. 1 dc into ring. [ch 6. Phil Wilkins Learn How to Crochet Flowers with 5 FREE Crochet Flower Patterns from Crochet Me ©Interweave | Not to be reprinted | All rights reserved | www. will appear greener when placed next to blue yarn and bluer when placed next to green yarn. along with other knitting and crochet magazines. 1 hdc. dark loden green. 1 hdc. 7 dc. ch 6. HEATHER LODINSKY has been a professional knit and crochet designer for more than 15 years. Creative Knitting. ch 1. Vogue Knitting. A blue-green.
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2 dc in next dc. join with ss in top of beg ch-3. She is the designer of the popular “Central Park Hoodie” cardigan. tr4tog. Creative Knitting. She teaches classes at her local yarn shop in Buffalo. tr4tog. where she lives with her family. Vogue Knitting. HEATHER LODINSKY has been a professional knit and crochet designer for more than 15 years. and Cast On. Round 3: Ch 3 (counts as first dc). Join B with ss. which appeared in KnitScene. Round 2: Ch 3 (counts as first dc). 15 dc into ring. ch 4. join with ss in top of beg ch-3. She was also included in the “Great American Afghan” in Knitter’s Magazine. Her designs have appeared in Interweave Knits. Foundation ring: Using A. 1 dc into st at base of beg ch-3. 2 dc in each of the next 23 dc. along with other knitting and crochet magazines. ss into next dc. [1 dc in next dc. join with ss to form a ring. ch 4. Phil Wilkins Learn How to Crochet Flowers with 5 FREE Crochet Flower Patterns from Crochet Me ©Interweave | Not to be reprinted | All rights reserved | www. KnitScene. rep from * 6 times more. Fasten off A. 2 dc in next dc] 7 times. Fasten off. ss into next dc.com . join with ss to top of beg ch-3. Family Circle Knitting. (24 dc) Fasten off B. New York. ch 6. Heather is a freelance designer for major yarn companies. (48 dc) Round 4: *Ch 4. Join C with ss. Round 1: Ch 3 (counts as first dc).Starburst Flower design by Heather Lodinsky Originally published in 150 Knit & Crochet Motifs (Interweave 2011) Skill Level: Easy.crochetme. ch 4. ss into next dc (6 tr petal made).
pb ISBN: 978-1-59668-302-0 Starburst Flower presented by crochetme! 13 .95. (yrh and draw through 2 loops) twice] 4 times. 8 ½ x 9. yrh and draw through all 5 loops on hook. hand picked for you Marcy Smith’s 20 most popular patterns Top designers of the first six years of Interweave Crochet showcase their designs and expert advice in one highly sought-after collection. The Best of Interweave Crochet A Collection of Our Favorite Designs Marcy Smith 160 pages. insert hook in next st and draw up a loop.Learn How to Crochet Flowers with 5 FREE Crochet Flower Patterns from Crochet Me Colors: A B C 4 Special Abbreviation 3 2 1 Illustration by Coral Mula Tr4tog (treble 4 stitches together): [(Yrh) twice. $24.
decreased Summer Blues / Stitch Glossary presented by crochetme! 14 . beginning between back loop only contrasting color chain centimeter(s) continue(s). increased knit loop(s) main color marker millimeter(s) pattern(s) place marker purl  rem rep rev sc rnd(s) RS sc sk sl sl st ss sp(s) st(s) tch tog tr WS yd yo * ** () remain(s). continuing double crochet established foundation double crochet front loop only follows. decreasing. repeating reverse single crochet round(s) right side single crochet skip slip slip(ped) stitch slip stitch space(es) stitch(es) turning chain together treble crochet wrong side yard yarn over hook repeat starting point repeat all instructions between asterisks alternate measurements and/or instructions work bracketed instructions a specified number of times dec(s)(’d) decrease(s).Learn How to Crochet Flowers with 5 FREE Crochet Flower Patterns from Crochet Me Glossary Abbreviations beg bet blo CC ch(s) cm cont dc est fdc flo foll fsc g hdc inc(s)(’d) k lp(s) MC m mm patt(s) pm p begin(s). increasing. following foundation single crochet gram(s) half double crochet increase(s). remaining repeat.
use a smaller hook. yarn over and pull a loop through stitch (three loops on hook. yarn over and draw it through the remaining two loops (Figure 3). Work in pattern stitch until piece measures at least 4" (10 cm) from foundation chain.Learn How to Crochet Flowers with 5 FREE Crochet Flower Patterns from Crochet Me Glossary Crochet Gauge Crochet Chain (ch) Make a slipknot on hook. Repeat two or three times on different areas of swatch to confirm measurements. insert hook into a stitch. Figure 1). yarn over and draw it through the remaining two loops (Figure 3). insert hook into a stitch. use a larger hook. Repeat until gauge is correct. Repeat. Figure 1). Lay swatch on flat surface. Figure 1 Figure 3 Figure 2 *Wrap yarn around hook two times. drawing yarn through the last loop formed. yarn over and pull a loop through (four loops on hook. yarn over and draw it through two loops (Figure 2). Repeat from *. Treble Crochet (tr) Illustrations by Gayle Ford Figure 1 Figure 3 Figure 2 Stitch Glossary presented by crochetme! 15 . yarn over and draw it through the next two loops. yarn over hook and draw loop through stitch and loop on hook. Place a ruler over swatch and count number of stitches across and number of rows down (including fractions of stitches and rows) in 4" (10 cm). Slip Stitch Crochet (sl st) Insert hook into stitch. To check gauge. yarn over hook (Figure 1) and draw it through both loops on hook (Figure 2). chain 30 to 40 stitches using recommended hook size. Repeat from *. Figure 1 Figure 2 Double Crochet (dc) *Yarn over. Yarn over hook and draw it through loop of slipknot. If you have more stitches and rows than called for in instructions. yarn over hook and draw a loop through stitch. yarn over and draw it through two loops (Figure 2). if you have fewer. Single Crochet (sc) Insert hook into a stitch.
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