This Free Crochet pattern teaches you how to crochet this 2 layered flower with a button in the center. A small flower for Crocheted Beanies or hats.
You can find more flowers under the category FLOWERS
Divine Flower – Free Crochet Pattern
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For this Divine Flower project you will need:
HOOK: a 3.5 mm / E hook
YARN: Less than a skein of 3ply US / 8ply AU yarn or you could use 4 ply / 10ply as long as the yarn is not to stiff, so the petals will fold up correctly and a button optional.
Ch = chain
sl st = slip stitch
dc = double crochet
sc = single crochet
RIGHT HANDED VERSION
LEFT HANDED VERSION
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ch 4 and sl st into beginning ch to form a ring.
ch 1 and sc 12 into ring, sl st into beginning sc
*ch 3, dc, ch 3 and sl st all into same stitch, sl st into next stitch, then sl st into next stitch again * and repeat petal, sl st into beginning stitch (6 petals)
*ch 4, sl st into top of petal DC, then ch 4 and sl st into next sl st space in between petals * repeat sl st into beginning st.
ch 4 and Turn your work with back facing you, sl st into the back stitches of the sl st from last round. *ch 4 and sl stitch in the next back stitch* Repeat sl st into beginning st. we are using the slip stitches from the previous round, to make our connect this round.
ch 1 and Turn with front of flower facing you. Sl st into nearest ch 4 space to the left . Ch 6, sc in second chain from hook, then work down chain as follows HDC, DC, DC, HDC then sl st into ch 4 space. Repeat one more time into same ch 4 space (two petals per space. When done sl st into next ch 4 space and repeat the two petals.
Sl st into beginning st and leaving a long tail cut yarn.
Work your tail to the back center of flower.
Sew on button.
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By: Meladora's Creations
Posted: February 11th, 2014