This flower is perfect for embellishing various projects like hats, scarves, blankets, or even as a standalone decoration.
- Yarn: Choose any yarn in your preferred color. Worsted weight yarn works well.
- Crochet Hook: Choose an appropriate hook size for your yarn. Usually, a 4mm or 5mm hook is suitable for worsted weight yarn.
- Yarn Needle
- Ch: Chain
- Sl st: Slip stitch
- Sc: Single crochet
- Dc: Double crochet
Step 1: Begin with a slip knot on your hook.
Step 2: Round 1
- Ch 4, sl st into the first ch to form a ring.
- Ch 1 (this counts as the first sc), then work 9 sc into the ring.
- Sl st into the first sc to join the round. (You should have 10 sc stitches in total)
Step 3: Round 2
- Ch 1, sc in the same stitch as the join.
- Ch 4, skip the next sc, sc in the next sc. Repeat * to * around.
- Ch 2, dc in the first sc (this creates the last petal).
- Sl st into the first sc to join the round.
Step 4: Round 3
- In the first ch-4 space, work: (sc, hdc, 3 dc, hdc, sc). This creates the first petal.
- In the next ch-4 space, work: (sc, hdc, 3 dc, hdc, sc). Repeat * to * around for each petal.
- Sl st in the first sc of the round to join.
Step 5: Finishing
- Fasten off your yarn by cutting it and pulling it through the loop on your hook.
- Weave in any loose ends using a yarn needle.
And there you have it—a simple and easy crochet flower! You can make several of these flowers in different colors and sizes to create beautiful arrangements. These flowers can be sewn onto projects or used as standalone decorations. Have fun experimenting with different yarn colors and sizes to achieve the look you desire.