For this Chrysanthemum Flower Project you will need:

HOOK: 3.5 mm hook or size E hook for the US
YARN: 1 skein of worsted weight yarn, 4 ply US, 10 ply AU

100 grams / 3.5. oz

240 meters / 262 yards



ch = chain

sc = single crochet

sl st = slip stitch

st(s) = Stitch(es)


The Tutorial for Chrysanthemum Flower

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Round 1

ch 3 sl st to form a ring, ch 2 HDC 7 into ring (8 sts)


Round 2

ch 1 sl st into the back of the first st, *(ch 3 and sl st into the back of the next back st to the left)* Repeat
to the end of the round for a total of 7 petals, sl st into the original back st.


Round 3

ch 5 and like before sl st into the back of the first st, should be easier to do given you already sl stitched into before.
*(ch 5 and sl st into the back of the next st)* repeat til end. sl st into original sl st.


Round 4

ch 7 and repeat as same row, sl stitching along the back into the same set of sl stitches.


Round 5

TURN your work around so that your facing the back and the nearest of the biggest petals to the left, sl st into
that ch 7 petal space. *(ch 3 sl st into ch 7 space*) repeat until you have 10 mini petals in that space, sl st into the next ch 7
space and repeat.


Round 6

sl st into the nearest middle petal to the left and ch 3 and sl st into that ch 5 space like you did for the previous row, *(ch 3 sl st)
Repeat til you have 7 mini petals in that ch 5 space. Fasten off leaving a tail to use to sew flower onto something, pull tail through the project to the back.


Round 7

TURN your work so that you have the front facing you. You see the very middle row and the ch 3 petals. You want to
work into the ch 3 petals. sl st your new colors into one of the ch 3 spaces and sc 2, HDC 3, SC 2, sl, sl st into next peatl and repeat. *(sc 2, HDC 3, SC 2, sl)*
in all 7 petals


Round 8

Sl st into one of the very center chains and ch 3 and sl st into next chain, for a total of 7 petals. the sl st into original sl st and fasten off and work in tail.


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