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Crochet Rose Ring

By: Maya Kuzman from thelittletreasures.blogspot.com
Updated October 11, 2018
Crochet Rose Ring
Crochet Rose Ring

"Once in a while I like to return to simple crochet projects with a maximum pleasing effect and the crochet rose is one of them. For this particular rose I used cotton thread (size 5) and a 1.5 mm crochet hook. The pattern is very easy and works up fast: Foundation & row 1: Ch 40 and dc 2 in the 7th st from hook. Sk 2 and in next st dc1, ch2 and dc1 ("V" st) all in the same st. Repeat pattern in bold to the end of the row. Row 2: ch2 (counts as 1st hdc), turn work and in the ch space of the V hdc1, dc4, hdc2. Repeat this "petal" pattern (hdc2, dc4, hdc2) for all ch spaces. Leave a long tail which you'll use to sew the rose. When done, start rolling the rose tightly and pin if necessary to prevent it to unroll, thread the tail and sew the rose. I glued it to an adjustable ring. And here it is! I couldn't stop myself with just one so I made a small set :)"

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Crochet Hook8 or 1.5 mm hook (steel)

Yarn Weight(0) Lace (33-40 stitches to 4 inches). Includes crochet thread.

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I remember projects like these back in the 1970s when we made rings out of all sorts of things. Since all things old are new again, Im sending this pattern on to my niece Hannah who creates and sells her own handcrafted jewelry. Shes been fairly successful at craft fairs, so Im sure shell be better able than I am to decide whats trending right now.

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