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Red Valentine Roses

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Using this Valentine crochet pattern you can make many sizes of Red Valentine Roses. Give the roses as a big bouquet, turn it into a brooch or wear it as a headpiece. This project is versatile allowing you to make what you want with it.

Red Valentine Roses
Red Valentine Roses

Easy

Crochet Hook: H/8 or 5 mm hook

Yarn Weight: (4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Materials:

  • Crochet Hook Size H/8 5.00mm
  • Yarn needle
  • Scissors
  • 4-ply worsted yarn (your choice, small amounts)

Completed Large Rose approximately 2 to 3 inches diameter

Stitches Used: Slip Knot, Chain, Single Crochet, Double Crochet

Leave a long tail (for sewing) at beginning
Chain 41
Row 1: Double Crochet in 4th Chain from the hook, Chain 2, 2 Double Crochet in same space. *Chain 1, Skip 2 chains. In next chain, 2 Double Crochet, 2 Chain, 2 Double Crochet (all in same chain) Repeat from * to the end. Chain 1 and turn
Row 2: Slip stitch through the first Chain 2 space. Chain 3 (counts as first Double Crochet) 6 Double Crochet in same chain 2 space. *Single Crochet in Chain 1 space, 7 Double Crochet in next Chain 2 space. Repeat from * to the end. Fasten Off
To Finish: Thread the tail of the yarn onto your yarn needle. As you roll the piece to create the shape of your rose, stitch along the starting chain (botton) to keep the rose shape. Bury ends (Note: you may leave ends long for use in attaching to other projects)
NOTE: Your roses and rose buds will appear different in relation to the tension you use in both rolling and sewing. Size will also be affected using different size hooks and yarn.
To Make Rosebuds: Using the same instructions as above.
Small rosebud use a chain of 12.
Medium rosebud use a chain of 15
Small Rose use a chain of 21
Medium Rose use a chain of 34

 

 

 

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Ratings & Comments (10)

Feb 3, 2013

These would look great with metal sticks cobered in that green florest tape with a silk leaf or two!

 

Feb 3, 2013

Really lovely and so easy I've been looking for a good rise pattern for ages thank you :0)))

 

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Jan 31, 2013

What a great tutorial!!! I plan on making several this weekend. Now I will have roses throughout the entire year and in all different colors. Thanks very much. Blessings!

 

Jan 31, 2013

i think i will definitely try these for my grandma for valentines day.

 

Jan 31, 2013

I am going to get busy with these babies. I now have the time todo some of the things I really enjoy. I really appreciate the pattern and the tutorial as it lets me see before hand if I am doing it correctly. Thanks again.

 

Jan 31, 2013

I will definitely try these roses. How are stems made?

 

Jan 26, 2013

love it! Perfeft for my little princesses

 

May 6, 2012

Love the roses. Would love a print feature on all the patterns, without ads. Some patterns I can just click print, others I need to copy, paste and edit to get just the patterns.

 

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