Crochet Flower Pattern

Crochet Flower Pattern

Hi friends!
I am finally sharing my Crochet Flower Pattern with you all.  It took me a while to make the time to photograph the process.  I actually just used the camera on my iPhone while at my favorite crochet coffee spot, so it was a win, win!
My sister stopped by for a visit the other day so I quickly pulled her outside for a photo shoot too.  
You can find my original Crochet Headband with removable flower post here.  If you are looking for the pattern for the headband go here.  And if you are interested in purchasing one of these you can find them in my etsy shop.  Thank you for buying home made!

Crochet Flower Pattern

This one is my favorite ~ the neutral colours look great on anyone {and especially my gorgeous little sis!}
To create the flower you will need:
Chunky yarn {I use Bernat Softee Chunky}
9 mm hook
Becuase I have taken photos of each step I haven’t used common crochet abreveations ~ it’s all laid out for you 🙂
Let’s begin.


1. Chain 6



2. Slip stitch into the first chain to create a circle.


3.  Chain 2.


4.  Double crochet 10 stitches into the circle.  Slip stitch to join your last double crochet into the hole left by the first chain 2.


5.  Chain 3.


6. Slip stitch into the second stitch from the chain.  This will create a little loop.


7.  Repeat chain 3, slip stitch into the second stitch all the way around.  This should leave you with 5 loops.


8.  Into each loop crochet this pattern; single crochet, half double crochet, double crochet, half double crochet, single crochet.  This is what it will look like:


single crochet


half double crochet


double crochet


half double crochet


single crochet


9.  When you have finished crocheting the pattern into each loop you will have 5 petals.  Slip stitch to join and tie off.  If you want more petals {six or seven} start with 12 or 14 double crochet rather than 10 at step 4.
Now you are done!
Unless you want to add ribbon and buttons ~ that’s the fun part!  I thread the buttons with yarn and attach them and the ribbon using my hot glue gun.  Then I add a safety pin to the back of the flower so that it can be attached anywhere and to anything.
Well I hope that you find this crochet flower pattern helpful!  I would love to see some of your finished work!  Join me on facebook and send me a photo ~ please?!  Oh and can you guess where I go for coffee when I get a chance? hee hee
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  1. Helen says

    Thanks, again a simple but great pattern which actually delivers what it shows in the picture! I am so sick of seeing great ideas to try but with patterns that don’t really work. The simple ones are the best and this is a good ‘un.
    I’ll be adding this to the headband and knocking a few out for Christmas stall. Big thanks.

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