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How to Crochet a Five Petal Flower for Beginners

Learn how to crochet a small flower that can be used to embellish just about anything.

Updated June 26, 2019
How to Crochet Flowers Video Tutorial
How to Crochet Flowers Video Tutorial

Crocheting a flower is easier than you might think, so follow along with this video and let us teach you how to work up your very own crochet flowers! Our tutorial, How to Crochet a Five Petal Flower for Beginners, is a great how-to to start with.

This particular crochet flower can be worked up in just five minutes. When you learn how to crochet flowers, you open up so many possibilities in crochet. Crochet flowers can be used in so many different ways, from embellishments on clothing to DIY decorations for parties or to welcome spring and summer in your home.

All you have to do is watch and learn with the video tutorial, which will show you exactly how to make your own 5 petal crochet flower pattern. We also have instructions and images below.
 

Beginner

Materials List

  • Crochet hook of choice
  • Yarn of choice
  • Scissors

How to Make Easy Crochet Flowers:

(Click on any image below to enlarge.)

  1. Ch 4. 

  2. Sl st into the first stitch of the chain. This creates a little ring.

  3. Rnd 1: 2sc in next chain. Ch 1, sc. Repeat all the way around. 

    Tip: If you crochet over the tail as you go, you won't have to weave in as much.

  4. Rnd 2: Sl st into the same stitch you just did, ch 1, 2dc in next stitch. Ch 1 and sl st in the same stitch. That makes one petal (image 1 below). Work all the way around to make 5 petals (image 2 below).

  5. Finish off and weave in any ends.

    Tip: If you leave a long tail, it can be used to attach the flower later. Keep this in mind!

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