This Free Crochet pattern teaches how to make a Flower barrette using the most basic stitches. All you need is scrap yarn and a Barrette Clip.
Flower Barrette – Free Crochet Pattern
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For this Flower Barrette project you will need:
a metal barrette
HOOK: 4 mm hook or a size G US hook
YARN: 4 ply US / 10 ply AU Worst weight yarn.
Also you will need a tapestry needle for sewing.
Ch = chain
sc = single crochet
dc = double crochet
sl st = slip stitch
st(s) = Stitch(es)
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ch 4 and sl st into beginning ch to form a ring.
dc 20 into ring, sl st into beginning dc
ch 10 and sl st into the beginning st, ch 10 and sl st into same stitch (2 connections per st) ch 10 and sl st intp next st, ch 10 and sl st into the same st, repeat for all sts around. You should have 40 loops at the end. Cut yarn
ch 4 and sl st into beginning ch to form a ring. Sc 10 into ring. Sl st into beginning sc
ch 10 and sl st into next petal to the left, ch 10 and repeat for a total of 10 petals. Leave yourself a long tail for sewing and attaching your flower to the barrette. Cut yarn.
Putting it together
Now get your two pieces and place the smaller piece on top of the large one, and place your button in the center.
Put your needle through to the back and sewing through both center flowers and up through the holes in the button, sew all your pieces together. Once your done, thread your tail through the metal barrette at the very bottom, to not prevent closing the barrette. Sew through all the places in and around the barrette and flower to secure it from moving.
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