Enchanted Forest Flower


Romantic and beautiful, this Enchanted Forest Flower will steal your heart. If you're looking for a crochet flower pattern with an earthy look, this is the one for you. Learn how to crochet a flower that can be easily resized to suit your needs. This crocheted flower has an ethereal look that reminds us of fairy magic. It would look beautiful on a green or brown scarf. Treat yourself to boho chic style when you make a crochet flower to adorn any of your projects.


Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

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

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This Enchanted Forest Flower reminds me of the things in my fairy garden! Miniature and earthy and fragile and enchanted! This will easily find its place on a crocheted cloche, scarf or wrap closure. I think I've got yarn in my stash I can use for my trial run on this beauty but I really like the yarn used to make this one up by the artisan! Thanks for the free pattern!

Over the top title? Pretty flower but really?

I love the dimension of this crocheted flower. But, I really love that this uses one of my favorite yarns, Red Heart Boutique Unforgettable. This flower would look pretty using any of the yarns self striping colors. I like the color chosen for the sample, but it would also ten out great in a brighter color scheme like Parrot.

This is my favorite crocheted flower. The clean, geometric lines of the background leaves make it uniquely appealing. In addition to the usual floral colors, Ive also made some in iridescent white, using a pearl for the center button. This is a perfect size to attach to a hat or headband. Another stash buster--this is a great pattern to use up small balls of leftover yarn.

This is an adorable flower pattern that is super versatile. It would look great attached to beanies, scarves, bags, cardigans or anything else you could imagine. The colour possibilities are endless! The pattern is also super easy to follow as well. You could spend an afternoon making a whole bunch of them!

Thank you for the free e-books -- as a lefthanded crocherer, the patterns are easy even for me to crochet.

This is a confusing pattern to me, and when I watch the video, it is too blurry for me to see where the stitches are that she is talking about.


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