How to crochet little flowers

How to crochet little flowers

How to crochet little flowers

April 3, 2014 | Skills | 1 Comment

It’s been ages since I have picked up a crochet hook, I know that I have a blanket on the go and really mustn’t start any thing big until that is finished…so how about a quick little make? I love making these crochet flowers – they are small, sweet and can be whipped up in no time.

These make great additions to granny square blankets, they can be added on to bags or accessories – you can even make them into corsages and jewellery, these little blooms look great whatever you do with them. So, if you’ve got five minutes (because, seriously, that is how long it’s going to take to learn to make one of these little beauts!) check out this step-by-step guide and discover How to crochet a mini bloom

Grab your supplies…
Crochet hook
Tapestry needle

The beauty of this is that you can work with any size hook and yarn- the heavier weight the yarn you use the bigger and more solid the flower will be – and more light-weight yarns will make smaller more dainty blooms!

This guide uses standard UK Crochet Abbreviations!

How To Crochet a Mini Flower Made PeachyWith the yarn and hook, work a chain of five stitches

How To Crochet a Mini Flower Made PeachyInsert the hook into the first stitch on the chain and join with a slip stitch to make a ring.Bloom 3**Chain three stitches.
How To Crochet a Mini Flower Made PeachyWork a treble stitch into the ring.
How To Crochet a Mini Flower Made Peachy
Chain three stitches and then join to the ring with a slip stitch.**
How To Crochet a Mini Flower Made PeachyNow, all you have to do is repeat from** to ** for create five petals in total around the ring. Then fasten off the yarn and weave in the loose ends.

These little blooms are surprisingly quick and satisfying to make, don’t be surprised if you find that you make lots and lots if these little beauties!

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    April 3, 2014

    so cute! they look easy enough for even a non-crocheter like myself.

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