Little Crochet Flowers


Little Crochet Flowers


Little Crochet Flowers
Little Crochet Flowers

Do you have some scrap yarn and about 30 minutes? Then you can easily create these Little Crochet Flowers! This crochet pattern is easy to make and is anything but time-intensive, as you can likely create a flower in a short time-frame. These crochet flowers are versatile and can be used in a number of ways. Stitch a flower on your favorite jacket for a colorful applique, use a flower as a bookmark, or string a few of the flowers together for a bright and cheerful garland! Whether spring weather is in your area or you're still waiting for the last of the winter chill to leave, you'll be ready for the change in season with this pattern!


Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook

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

Materials List

  • Light/DK yarn
  • G/6 or 4 mm hook
  • Tapestry needle
  • Scissors

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These are too cute. They can be used practically every where. I like how the designer has stung them along a string. This would be a beautiful adornment laced over curtains as a swag or as a waterfall down the side. This is a big pop of color that will not break the bank.

As usual I always learn something new in the most unexpected places. When I went to the directions page for this little crochet flowers I took notice of the yarn that was used. I like crocheting with yarn but I had never heard of double knit yarn. So, needless to say, now I am shopping for double knit yarn. Thanks for the directions for this crochet flower.

This would be a great project to use up all that scrap yarn that endlessly accumulates.And it would not take long to work up the whole garland, and I think it would look adorable hanging in a little girl's bedroom, especially if you decided to go with a whole flower theme.

I love little projects that I can work as Carry Alongs, so I thought these would be great patterns to add to my collection. The good news is the linked page is well written and illustrated with in process photos. The bad news is that its only for the small flower. The designer states shes coming back with the pattern for the larger flowers, but its not there.


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