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This crochet flower is simple to crochet and would look great on any crocheted project!
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Crochet this easy to learn flower!
Today was such a cool day for summer (48 degrees this morning!) that I decided to whip up this cute, so simple crochet flower pattern to remind myself that it was still actually summer out there! These easy crochet flowers are a quick learn and you can add them to most any project! Crochet flower headband anyone? That sounds perfect for summer to me! By the way… where are you summer? 🌞
The Yarn that is perfect for this easy flower pattern
I used Lily Sugar ‘n Cream 100% Cotton Yarn for my examples, but any cotton yarn would work great. You can make these with any yarn size as long as you follow the yarn packages recommended hook size.
Ready to get started?
These crochet flowers really are so simple to make (hence the name) and take little to no time. Have fun making these cute crochet flowers with this FREE and super easy pattern!
HOW TO CROCHET A FLOWER
- 2 different colors of worsted weight (4) Cotton Yarn
- Size H 5.00 mm Crochet Hook
- Yarn Needle
CROCHET FLOWER PATTERN
Round 2: Chain 1, Single Crochet in each chain around, Join with Slip Stitch to first Single Crochet and Fasten Off.
Round 3: Join new Color here with a Slip Stitch in any Chain. In next Stitch,*Half Double Crochet, Double Crochet 3 times, Half Double Crochet (make sure this is all in the same stitch) in next stitch make a Slip Stitch. Repeat from * 4 more times. Join with Slip stitch on to the last petal to first Single Crochet of the Previous Round. Fasten Off and weave in loose ends with Yarn needle.
The so simple crochet flower pattern really is that simple!
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