My newest free crochet flower pattern is the rippling crochet flower which is an easy pattern to work up and would look great as an embellishment on most any crochet project! Enjoy and Happy crochet flowers making! 🙂
To make these easy crochet flowers you will need some cotton yarn, I used Lily Sugar N Cream Yarn (My favorite cotton yarn!) from Yarnspirations in beach glass & hot pink but any color will work. In the center of my flower I used the same yarn but in Ecru.
To start the rippling crochet flower you will need to chain 4 then connect the yarn to the first chain to form a circle, next chain 1 then work 10 single crochets into that circle and finally slip stitch to the first single crochet to connect.
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To finish up the last round you need to chain 2 and do a total of 49 double crochets around the flower which I explain below in detail in the pattern. The center is just a puff like stitch in the Ecru yarn and then attached with a yarn needle. I love the look the puff stitch gives the flower and it adds that something extra which makes this little crochet flower stand out!
That’s it! So simple right? I’ll let you in on a little secret. I have a vision of attaching these to a wreath with some leaves in a contrasting color so maybe a new pattern will be coming soon!? 🙂 Check it out below! Do you think it will look good? We will see!
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Happy Crocheting Friends!
Rippling Crochet Flower Pattern
- Advanced Beginner
- Lily Sugar’n Cream yarn or any (4) cotton yarn
- Size H crochet hook 5mm
- Yarn needle
- sc = single crochet
- ch = chain
- dc = double crochet
- sl st= slip stitch
- hdc = half double crochet
- If you would like to make this flower smaller use a smaller hook size than indicted and the same goes it you would prefer to make it bigger just use a bigger hook size.
- Gauge is not important for this project.
- Written in standard US terms.
- Add to hats, blankets or anything you can think of!
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How to Crochet a Flower
MAIN FLOWER PATTERN
SL ST to first CH to form a circle.
CH 1, SC 10 times into center of circle, join with a SL ST into first SC. (10)
CH 2, DC 4 times into the first ST, *DC 5 times into the next ST, Repeat from * around for a total of 49 DC’s, SL ST into the 2nd DC of the round to finish off the round. (49)
FLOWER CENTER PATTERN
With Ecru color yarn CH 3, Work a HDC in the first CH, but before pulling through the last 3 loops on the hook, start another HDC in the same stitch this time pulling through all the loops on the hook, fasten off and securely attach to the center of the completed flower you just finished.
Using a yarn needle, weave in loose ends through the flower.
That’s it! You are done! Now you can attach these cute flowers to a project or just give them as is. I mentioned it before, but I’m thinking about adding them to a wreath project, which I have never done so we will see how it turns out! Wish me luck! 🙂
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