Glamorous Pearl Center Flowers


Glamorous Pearl Center Flowers


Glamorous Pearl Center Flowers
Glamorous Pearl Center Flowers

This pattern is so short and sweet, you will definitely do a double-take. The Glamorous Pearl Center Flowers are inspired by hydrangeas and the rich purple colors of their interlocking petals that can form lovely round bouquets. These simple crochet flowers get their extra pop from adding a pearl center to the four-petal design. These centers could be adjusted to a smaller, purple bead to look more like hydrangeas, or you can keep the large white pearl to really make a glamorous statement. Whatever route you choose, the crochet flower pattern will be a delightfully easy project for anyone craving their floral fix.


Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook

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

Materials List

  • Worsted weight yarn (100% acrylic)
  • Size G crochet hook
  • Pearls or beads for the center (optional)

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I can see these cute little glamorous pearl center crochet flowers adorning a cardigan that I am currently making for my little neighbor. She is eight years old. Instead of using buttons this could be adornment down the front and a few scattered on the sweater itself. If I am sharp, I would also make a head band and adorn it with the same flowers.

The link to this glamorous pearl center crochet flowers states that the inspiration came from the Hydrangea. The designer was not really happy with the final project but I can see it. These would be perfect seen onto an item in a cluster. Pick and color and get started I say.

Were getting closer and closer to that wedding this summer, and Ive already shown this pattern to the prospective bride. Shes finally decided on lacy crocheted headbands for the ladies of the bridal party (wonder where she got that idea?). Since these can be sized as needed, these posies will make the perfect accents on the bands as well as boutonnieres for the men and corsages for the mothers.

This is a very pretty flower, and reading the directions I can see it is easy to make. I make and sell things online like purses and baby outfits. These would make excellent embellishments for any of them. I can even make up a bunch in different colors ahead so I will have them on hand.

I love how crochet flowers are so versatile because you can make them so many ways and can use them in so many different ways. These little hydrangeas are no exception. I love the idea of using smaller purple beads to make them more realistic. These could be uses as appliques as they are flat enough, but they could also be bunched together making a little bouquet which you could also use in the same way as an applique, but making them pop out more like a real flower.

Hydrangeas are my favorite flower! I almost missed the pattern because I blinked. How could something so beautiful be so easy. Id love to use this pattern to make enough flowers, bead and all, in many vibrant colors and place them in clear containers and display in my craft room. They would be my creative inspiration, as well as at my finger tips to use in any project!

These are adorable. They would make such great embellishments for summer outfits, especially for a little girls sweater, dress, or cape. You could also stitch them together for a headband to match! The pearls in the center really add to the look of them. I bet crystal beads would be gorgeous on them.

Very pretty flower pattern. Love the addition of the pearl in the center that brings a touch of elegance to the flower. Pattern is very simple and easy to understand and works up very quickly. It works up so quickly that you can make a bunch of these flowers in one sitting.

I had to come back to thank you again for this easy, lovely pattern. I have discovered other ways to use these. I found out that nursing homes that have more than one person in the room will not allow real flowers in them. I have been making these and putting them in pots and vases and taking them there.

These flowers are so sweet! I'm going to see if I can incorporate them into the greeting card making I do. I personally think the white centers are fine, but I could also see changing it up a bit and maybe using a different bead as well. Thanks for this easy pattern )

There is my favorite word again, easy. When I need a break, I don't stop crocheting , I just do a few easy patterns. This is not only easy it's also very pretty. I love to make flowers and this will make a great addition to my floral collection.thank you for sharing this one.

This is probably one of my favorite flower patterns. I love the pearl center. It's a very elegant and unique addition!


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