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How to Crochet a Rose – Free Crochet Rose pattern

Crochet Rose – Free Crochet pattern, pictorial and video tutorial

At one point or another we all try a crochet flower. Maybe a simple one at first, but we eventually want to Crochet a Rose. Funny thing is, is that it’s probably one of the easiest flowers to make! This Crochet Rose is a roll up design, like many crochet rose patterns are, but I also take you through the steps on video on how to put your rose together and how to sew it together.

Flowers are beautiful, but the fact that we can crochet a rose that will last forever is amazing to me. I like a busy looking flower. One that has a lot of texture! So this is what I aimed for in this flower. I hope you like it.

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Crochet Rose – Free Crochet pattern, pictorial and video tutorial

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For this project you’ll need:

HOOK: 5 mm hook or size H hook for the US

YARN: A small amount of Medium 4 worsted weight yarn \ Aran 10 ply. This would make a great scrap yarn project



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ch = Chain

sl st = Slip Stitch

st = Stitch

SC = Single Crochet

DC = Double Crochet

Repeat what’s in between * for rest of round.




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Make sure to leave a small tail before you make your slip knot, that can be worked in later


To Start

Ch 50


Row 1

sc in 2nd ch from hook. * Ch 2, skip 1 ch, sc into next * repeat for row. You should end perfectly on a sc. Ch 1 and turn


Row 2

We’ll be working in the ch 2 spaces from last row.

Sc, dc, sc into ch 2 space. Repeat for row.

You will notice your row staring to curve. That is what you want.

Just a tip: Make sure the sc that you do after your dc won’t be loose. You want it to curve slightly to make your petals look better.

At end of row ch 1 and cut your yarn leaving a long tail for sewing, leave even more of a tail if you plan on sewing the flower onto something.

First thing you should do is hide your first tail.

Then I highly recommend you thread your needle through the long tail. Because once you start rolling your flower, you’ll only have one hand!

Once that’s done make sure the front side of your work is facing you.

Then using your finger, start to wrap your piece around your finger.

The trick is always making sure that all your rows are showing as you wrap it.


Really take your time here and make sure you can keep all your rows in view.

Then going through the bottom ch of the ending tip and into all of your rows on the back.

Pull through and * repeat but move over 2 sts then insert your hook again through all the stitches.*

Keep repeating until none of your petal rows are loose. Then turn it over.


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