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How to Crochet a Flower

Make an easy 6 petal crochet flower

Easy 6 Petal Crochet Flower
Easy 6 Petal Crochet Flower
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Ever want to add a little extra to your crochet patterns? This Easy 6 Petal Crochet Flower is the perfect pattern for you to adorn your new hats and scarves with. You can whip up this crochet flower in just 5 minutes and add a cute decorative touch to any of your accessories. If you have always wondered how to crochet a flower, then this video tutorial is definitely what you need. This is the easiest crochet flower pattern you will ever see and make, but it's still so cute! 

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  • Crochet hook
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Easy 6 Petal Crochet Flower

How to Crochet a Flower

  1. Chain 3. 

  2. In the second chain from the hook, double crochet 6 all in the same stitch. 

  3. Slip stitch in the top of the first double crochet that you made. This should create the circular base. 

  4. Chain 2. 

  5. In the top of the same double crochet that you slip stitched into, double crochet 3. 

  6. Chain 2. 

  7. Bring your hook down and slip stitch into that same stitch. 

  8. Repeat steps 4-7 for all of your petals. 

  9. When you secure your last slip stitch make a big loop. Cut your yarn, and pull it through. 

  10. Weave in your ends and clip off any excess. 

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Love, love these cute little flowers! I want some in every color of yarn (which I probably have in my stash!). I like to attach flowers to tote bags, scarves, denim jacket collars, etc. They are really cute in variegated colors of yarn. I don't know how to crochet, but I will try these.

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