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Wagon Wheel Flower

By: Brittany from bhookedcrochet.com

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Want to make a crochet flower in under an hour? This Wagon Wheel Flower is the perfect project for you. In just 45 minutes, you can work up this unique crochet flower pattern. Offering eye-grabbing texture and lovely layered petals, this crochet flower will keep your wheels turning. Use it to embellish any kind of crochet project. This flower has a refined, elegant look that would make it perfect for grandma's hat or mom's cowl.

Wagon Wheel Flower
Wagon Wheel Flower
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Crochet Hook: H/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 project is rated as Intermediate for a reason! The stitches arent difficult, but the construction can be challenging if youve never worked anything similar. My advicewatch the video, watch the video, watch the video! The trickiest part is remembering where to insert the hook at the different steps. Once youve worked this flower, youll want to make it again and again.

These are very quick to make. The pattern includes an easy to follow video tutorial for both right and left handed crocheters. It is great for those who prefer to learn by watching. Each flower is about 3 inches, or 8 cm when finished. They make great embellishments for all sorts of projects

I've been crocheting a long time and find this pattern and tutorial very hard to follow. As mentioned in a previous post, some instructions are not correct. I've managed to work it out myself instead.

I've only been Crocheting for about a year and mine came out almost as good as the picture and looked lovely on the baby hat I was making.

This looks wonderful!! Would look good on a adult hat!

This pattern is extremely hard to following even for someone who has been crocheting for years. The author needs to review the pattern and rework it so that it's easier to understand. For example: Insert your hook into the open stitch directly to the right of the Dc post (from row 2). There were no DC in row 2. They were in row 3. Row 4 made even to most experienced of our circle to shake her head.

This pattern is extremely hard to following even for someone who has been crocheting for years. The author needs to review the pattern and rework it so that it's easier to understand. For example: Insert your hook into the open stitch directly to the right of the Dc post (from row 2). There were no DC in row 2. They were in row 3. Row 4 made even to most experienced of our circle to shake her head.

This pattern is extremely hard to following even for someone who has been crocheting for years. The author needs to review the pattern and rework it so that it's easier to understand. For example: Insert your hook into the open stitch directly to the right of the Dc post (from row 2). There were no DC in row 2. They were in row 3. Row 4 made even to most experienced of our circle to shake her head.

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