Saturday, March 30, 2013

Darling Crochet Flower Pattern

The rain is not stopping for a minute today and I have been busy designing a motorcycle web site. Yup! Quite a contrast to my daily pretty blog world indulgence... I am a bit busy with other things than blogging for the moment... However, to brighten up this dull and grey day lets have some fun with my Darling Crochet Flower pattern. It is just as fun as the Maybelle Crochet Flower but smaller and quicker. Lets get started, shall we?

Darling Crochet Flower Pattern

What do you need for this project:

- Sport weight yarn (I am using my delightful Tilda yarn which is heaven for this project)
- Crochet hook
- Tapestry needle to weave in ends
- A pair of scissors

Difficulty level


Crochet terms:
This pattern in written in UK terms. For US terms see table below.
Stitch UK         UK        US

Chain                 ch          ch
Slip stitch          sl st        sl st
Double              dc           sc
Half treble         htr          hdc
Treble                tr            dc
Double treble    dtr          tr
3 chain treble    3ch tr     3ch dc

Ch 6, sl st in 1st ch to make a ring and ch 3 (counts as your 1st tr, I call this 3 ch tr).

Work 13 tr into the ring - you should have 14 tr including your 1st 3 ch tr. Join this row with a sl st in the 3rd ch of the first 3 ch tr. Ch 4.

Skip 1 ch, make a dc in next ch, *ch3, skip 1 ch, dc in next ch*, repeat * to * 4 more times. Sl st in 1st ch in 1st loop (see the arrow...) . You should have 7 loops in total.

Make the petals; *1 dc, 1 htr, 1 tr, 1 dtr, 1 tr, 1 htr, 1 dc*, repeat * to * 6 more times in each loop. Sl st in a stitch in between last and first petal made (see the arrow).
Cut your yarn and use your tapestry needle to fasten off. Turn your flower and stick through from back to front, tug a little bit for a neat finish. Now you do it one more time from the front to the back. Finally you weave in the end by sewing it in back and forth at least 2 times. Cut off yarn.

Finished. You have made your first Darling Crochet Flower. And if you are like me this is only the first of many. Enjoy!

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  1. These are really cute! I'll have a go this afternoon, though my Easter tree is already full. There is always a use for a pretty flower or two!
    Have you found a solution for your spam mail yet? I now had to face deciphering those terrible words and smudged numbers! :(

  2. Buona Pasqua and thank you so much for sharing these lovely flowers with us!!!!
    xxxx Ale

  3. I can see these being really addictive - absolutely lovely x Jane

  4. Love them!! Thank you for the tutorial, I think I am going to have to give them a try because they are just so cute!! Happy Easter!!

  5. Oh thank you, thank you. I have just bought a little book on crochet flowers, 20 to make that I was intending to take on hols to do some little flowers for a garland, but now I think I will print this lovely little tutorial and take this too!!! Hope you have a wonderful Easter. Happity Hop Hannapat xxx

  6. Annette, I linked to you the other day, I did your Maybelle flower in two colors, I think I might like the solid ones better. Love the little version.

  7. So lovely...thank you. Hope Luca is recovering nicely. X

  8. Oh they are so cute!! I am definitely going to make a few of them :)
    Thanks for sharing!

    Lluisa x

  9. thanks for sharing im going to do this blessings soraya

  10. Thank you, I will try to read the photos.....

    Maybe you could write how to do it in swedish too...

    God påske :)

  11. beautiful. here the sub is shining! yesterday the whole day it was raining so we are so happy now!!!
    How is Luca? have a good easter together!

  12. cant wait to learn this! so cute!

  13. I was hoping someone would ask how to now make the little flower into a square Thanks to your pattern, I know how to turn 8 petals in square but not 7.


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