Classy Hibiscus Flower

Classy Hibiscus Flower
Classy Hibiscus Flower

The Classy Hibiscus Flower takes crochet flower patterns up a notch by featuring a more rare floral design. Not only is the hibiscus infrequently crocheted, but this pattern also stands out by having a three-dimensional effect from its petals. The crocheted pistil completes the look, making a truly realistic yet easy crochet flower. With so many details, this free crochet flower pattern maintains its elegance and would be a great decoration for your home or hair accessory (just think of the big beautiful hats and headbands). This is a unique design that you won't want to miss.


Crochet HookF/5 or 3.75 mm hook, G/6 or 4 mm hook

Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

Finished SizeLarge (5.5-inch diameter) or small (3-inch diameter)

Materials List

  • Light weight yarn (used here: lighter weight worsted yarn – somewhere between regular and baby weight)
  • 4 mm crochet hook for the larger flower; 3.75 mm hook for the smaller flower
  • Needle

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Oh wow! I've never seen an hibiscus done in crochet. I've never made a crocheted flower either soooo I'm glad that the pattern is labeled "easy". These would be wonderful to embellish a scarf, a shawl, a cloche, a greeting card (well at least the smaller one of the two)! From my research the sky is the limit when it comes to color choice on these babies so I feel a stash bust coming on!

I love to make crochet flowers. They can be used in so many ways and I love to find patterns that are not of the typical variety. This free pattern will be printed first and then saved. (Sometimes, I can not find them in the large electronic files but I can put my hands on the paper ones every time. lol)

These little crochet flowers really resemble the hibiscus flower. Imagine all of the possibilities that these darling classy flowers can be used for. They can be attached singly or in groupings to add a little pop of color to a home crafted project or one that has been purchased from the store.

This IS a classy Hibiscus Flower pattern. I dont believe Ive ever seen a pattern for a Hibiscus before. Not your usually flower to crochet, which makes this one special. Im thinking this crochet flower would look great in center pieces at at a luau, or for the backdrop to take pictures at the luau.

I live in Florida so these are very familiar to me. But I have never seen a blue one. I have red, pink, white and yellow in my yard. So if I make them those colors maybe people will assume they are real. They certainly are easy enough to make. I can even use them as embellishments on the purses I crochet. This is an especially easy pattern to follow. Thank you.

Great hibiscus flowers! My good friend is crazy about hibiscus. I am thinking I would like to surprise her with some everlasting hibiscus this spring. Here's my idea. I'll use green pipe cleaners for the flower stems. I will crochet a long chain and wrap it around bottom to top. At the top I will add the hibiscus flower. I know how to make leaves. I'll add those to the stem. Make a bunch of those and "plant" them in a clay pot.


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