Easy Crochet Flower


Do you have any old crochet patterns sitting around that you would love to spice up? This Easy Crochet Flower Rosette is the perfect way to add new life to old pieces. There is nothing that can add a touch of class to a piece quite like a flower. Worked up crazy quickly, this little flower would look absolutely adorable added to the side of a beanie, onto a headband, or even attached to a cowl. This free crochet pattern is a great stash buster, too.


Crochet Hook4.5 mm hook

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

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I love flowers that have a 3d effect. They look great on hats, purses and even some garments. They can also look nice in decorating projects. They are quick and require little yarn. I love the ruffly look of this flower. I will definitely put this pattern to good use.

This cute flower is very easy to make and has very clear and easy instructions. I also like her creativity with her picture of the flower. The buttons in the blue shades is a great photo prop and compliments this piece so nicely. I take pictures of my items sometimes and I will keep this idea in mind.

This is such an easy flower to create and there are endless possibilities for it. My last project, a market bag could use a little sprucing up. Here is the perfect answer. I can apply a few or a lot. Thanks for the free pattern.

I am currently working on crochet covers for four black crates. I want to add flowers and bows to dress up the covers. i have been crocheting well........a long time but have never crocheted a flower. I will be making this flower for my crates

I have a set of crochet curtains that I hang up during the spring and summer months. I think I will spruce the plain white panels with a few of these easy crochet flowers. And I think I will add a few to the table clothes that are draped on the bedside tables.

Try this. Make a headband at least an inch wide. THen make a bunch of these beautiful flowers in different colors. When finished sew a snap on the back of the flower and the other half of the snap on the headband. Now you can change colors to suit your outfit.


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