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How to Crochet a Two Colored Flower

By: Chris Hammond for AllFreeCrochet.com
Updated August 16, 2019
How to Crochet a Two Colored Flower
How to Crochet a Two Colored Flower
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Join us as we walk you through the steps to learn how to crochet a flower that features two colors. All you need is a small amount of yarn in your two favorite colors to stitch this flower. If you've never crocheted with a color change before, have no fear. Our crochet expert, Chris Hammond, will show you just how it's done in this video tutorial! This simple crochet flower pattern can be worked up in just minutes and is a basic beginner skill level pattern.

Beginner

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Instructions

  1. Magic circle, or ch 4 and sl st to join

  2. Round One: Ch 3 (counts as first dc), 13 dc in center loop, Sl st to join last dc to turning chain (14 dc)

  3. End Color A, leaving a short tail, weave in ends of Color A

  4. Sl st to top of dc to join Color B

  5. Round Two: *Ch 4, sk next dc, sc in the top of the next dc* repeat from * to * until end of round, sc in same st as beginning of round

  6. Round Three: Ch 2, in the first ch 4 space of the previous row *1 hdc, 1 dc, 1 tr, 1 dc, 1 hdc, sc in the top of the next sc* repeat from * to * until end of row, sl st to join

  7. Fasten off yarn and weave in ends

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Wow, I can't believe how easy this looks, especially with the video to follow along with!

I've really been looking to work up some crochet flower patterns this summer to spruce up my home, so this tutorial is so helpful! Videos make crocheting so much easier!

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