Crocodile Stitch Crochet Flower


Crocodile Stitch Crochet Flower

This crochet flower pattern uses the creative crocodile stitch.

Crocodile Stitch Crochet Flower
Crocodile Stitch Crochet Flower

Crochet flowers are always fun to work up because they are quick to crochet and don't require much yarn. This Crocodile Stitch Crochet Flower is no different. Just a little bit of yarn is needed (in any weight) for this free crochet flower pattern, and the crocodile stitch is used.

When you're done, use this pretty flower to embellish a variety of crochet designs including hats, bags, and more. You could even crochet a handful of flowers and string them together to create a crocheted flower garland. Plus, check out the free crochet video below on how to crochet the crocodile stitch!


Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook

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

To see this pattern featured with other great crocodile stitch designs, check out Crocodile Couture and Decor: 24 Crocodile Stitch Patterns + Tutorial.

Plus, if you are a visual learner, you can see how to crochet the crocodile stitch with our video tutorial right below:

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What a pretty flower. Thank you so very much for the crocodile tutorial video. That made all the difference in the world. Now, reading over the 2 line direction for the flowers opens a door for questions. Will I have to make seven petals and then connect them? The tutorial did not show how to actually make the flower but how to crochet the crocodile stitch itself.

This is one of the prettiest Crocodile flowers Ive seen. This clean, crisp blossom is so versatile as it can be worked up in just about any yarn and using any size hook. This is such an easy pattern to make that Im printing out the directions for my senior ladies. They always want some sort of broach for their coats or sweaters, and this will be ideal. I can also use up some of our yarn stash, too.

The end result of this crocodile stitch crochet flower is striking. There is a feel of three dimensions and the addition of the button just pushes it over the top. I have a few scraps of yarn and I think I will attempt to crochet a few of these later on this evening.

I've never thought to use the crocodile stitch for flowers. Very pretty!

I have used this flower on many of headbands and hats i love the look of it #BestIdeaEver

Love your headband in the picture, the button in the middle looks great, I will have to try this the next time I'm making my daughter either a headband or hat! She loves all things girls, so this pretty flower would be the perfect addition to her cold weather collection!

Love the tutorial, I think I'll use to make poinsettia flower decorations for my Christmas tree!

This is really pretty and the directions are very easy to understand. Nice photo as well. Good way to use up yarn scraps.

I just love this flower,I love the stitch.No I haven't rated it ,but I will be making lots of these flowers,and I'm sure that it will be a 5 star rating.Thank you for sharing the pattern.


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