Spiral Flowers


Just when you thought you've seen every kind of crochet flower pattern, this funky Spiral Flowers pattern is here to amaze you. Learn how to crochet a flower with a unique look and texture. This crochet flower pattern is truly a dream come true! Instructions for three different sizes are available. There's also a video to make it even easier to learn how to crochet these spiral flowers. Just imagine how cool they'll look on hats, scarves, and more!


Crochet HookB/1 or 2.25 mm hook

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







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These spiral flowers are unique, but still really easy to make. I think these flowers would be cute on a cloche hat especially if you worked the three sizes and put them close to one another like a bouquet. I love making flowers. They are fun and fast and I can't wait to try this one.

These flowers are so different from the usual floral offerings. They dont even attempt to look botanically correct, but thats fine in this instance. The modern, geometric aspects just add to its interest. The designer has included an instructional video for the project for both right and left handers. There are three different sizes, and I love the suggestion for stacking all three!

It takes a few minutes or so to get into the swing of things with this pattern, but it creates a nice texture and looks nice when finished. I like that there are 3 sizes to choose from too. I made the large one. I want to use these as dishcloths. I think the texture would work well for this.

I just watched the video tutorial on how to craft this spiral flower. It is constructed not in the round, but outward with a chain stitch first, then crocheting onto the chain. I like the idea of making the trio of these and hanging them with filament or grograine ribbon as a wall hanging.

This is a gorgeous pattern, somewhat difficult to understand at first but well worth the effort to work it out. I made a couple of these flowers while visiting my sister in CA. I thought they would make good potholders or hot pads. Of course I didn't think ahead and realize that Worsted weight yarn probably not the best for hot pads, nothing tragic happened but I did learn to be more selective in materials as mine tended to transfer the heat rather that insulate.


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