Crochet Flower Tutorial - so crochet beautiful flowers / roses
- Crochet Pattern I: Blossom with 5 leaves
- Crochet Pattern II: Crochet a single flower
- Crochet Pattern III: Crochet the rose
- Crochet Pattern IV: Crochet Sunflower
Whether you let your eyes wander over a colorful sea of flowers, or focus your eyes on just one flower - flowers manage to give joy. It is not for nothing that a red rose is a symbol of passion and love. And when one is simply smiled at by sunflowers, one's own face brightens up instantly. In short: flowers are something wonderful!
Unfortunately, nature does not always spoil us with its splendor and everywhere, crocheting flowers and crocheting roses make it easy for us to have a permanent dream. In these four simple instructions, we will show you how to easily crochet flowers yourself.
The cost of materials for crochet flowers and crocus roses is not large. Cotton scraps are great for this crochet work. In addition comes the matching crochet hook and the basic equipment is complete.
Often, crochet flowers and crocheted roses already spoil crocheted or knitted caps, jackets or bags. Then of course it is advisable to orient yourself to the already processed wool.
You need these crochet techniques and basics, you would like to crochet flowers according to our instructions:
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Crochet Pattern I: Blossom with 5 leaves
The flower is crocheted from the inside to the outside in just a few rounds. The beginning is easy with a string of thread from the hand.
Who does not get along well with the thread ring as a crochet beginning, starts with 4 air meshes, which are closed with a chain stitch to the ring.
Round 1: Crochet 10 tight stitches into the string and then tighten the ring.
Round 2: In the second round, the anchorages for the petals arise. Crochet 3 loops and a slit stitch in the second loop of the initial round. Overall, the crochet flower gets so 5 petals, which is why this process has to be repeated four times: Crochet 3 air stitches, go over a stitch of the initial round and crochet in the second stitch a Ketts mesh.
Round 3: This round makes the petals grow. To do this, crochet 1 single crochet, 1 half stick, 2 sticks, 1 half stick, 1 crochet into the 5 pieces of air of the preliminary round. Finally, this round is closed with a chain stitch.
Round 4: Crochet 5 solid stitches along each flower, and into the interspace (for that, insert one round deeper into the tight loop between the arcs of the arches).
Crochet Pattern II: Crochet a single flower
Beginning: thread ring or small ring of 4 air meshes.
Crochet 1: 10 sts in the thread or air mesh ring.
Round 2 - the petals:
- Place 1 sturdy stitch on the first stitch head of the preliminary round
- Crochet 1 half chopsticks, 2 chopsticks, 1 half chopsticks into the second loop head of the preliminary round
- Put 1 sturdy stitch on the third stitch of the preliminary round
- crochet half sticks, 2 sticks, half sticks into the fourth stitch head of the preliminary round
- put a fixed stitch on the fifth stitch head of the preliminary round; crochet half sticks, 2 sticks, half sticks into the sixth stitch head of the preliminary round
- put a fixed stitch on the seventh mesh head of the preliminary round
- crochet half sticks, 2 sticks, half stick into the 8th stitch head of the preliminary round
- put fixed stitch on the ninth mesh head of the preliminary round
- Crochet half sticks, 2 sticks, half sticks into the tenth mesh head of the preliminary round
- Kettmasche closes this row of flowers and probably the simplest of all crochet flowers is ready
Already in the first round it is determined how many flowers the crocheted flower should receive later: 8 fixed stitches make 4 flowers, 10 fixed stitches make 5 blooms and 12 fixed stitches make 6 blooms.
In order to draw the individual petals a little more clearly, one double crochet can be crocheted in each case in the middle of a flower. For this purpose, a total of five punctures are made in a fixed loop of the preliminary round: 1 half stick, 1 stick, 1 double stick, 1 stick and 1 half stick.
Crochet Pattern III: Crochet the rose
For the crochet rose a border is crocheted in 4 rows, which are then wound up and sewn into a rose.
Row 1: First, a snake with 53 air meshes is struck. (For this, a little longer initial thread is left before the first air mesh, so that the rose is sewn together later.)
Row 2: Now crochet 3 transitional meshes (substitute for a stick), skip an airlock and crochet a stick in the second mesh. From now crochet the following pattern: 1 aerial stitch, then skip 2 stitches of the beginning row and crochet 1 stick in the next stitch, crochet 2 air stitches, then 1 stick (crochet into the stitch, crochet 1 stick - then crochet 2 loops, once more in the same stitch and crochet one more sticks). This stitch is crocheted to the end of the row.
Row 3: In row 2, crochet chopsticks that open upwards like a "V" and are spanned by an air-mesh arch. Crochet the following stitches into these sheets: * 2 sticks, 2 air stitches, 2 sticks *. Beginning of rows: Crochet 3 pieces of air for the first stick and crochet 1 stick, 2 air stitches, 2 sticks in the first sheet. From now until the end of the row repeat the stitching * *.
Row 4: Also in this row are again air-mesh arches, into which equal clumps of sticks are crocheted. The series begins again with three air meshes as a replacement for the first stick. Then 6 more sticks are crocheted into the first air-mesh bow. This is followed by a tight loop, which is stung into the space between each of the two sticks (puncture site, see photo).
The stitching: a tuft of sticks, a crochet is crocheted to the end of the row as follows: 8 x 7 sticks, 4 x 8 sticks and 5 x 9 sticks each.
The now finished border is rolled up to the rose. Sew on the end thread and use the starter thread to fix the rose petal. Rolling is done in such a way that the smaller sticks of tufts are inside and the larger tufts form the outer edge of the crochet rose.
Crochet Pattern IV: Crochet Sunflower
The crocheted sunflower starts in the middle and ends outside with the yellow flowers:
Start: Crochet a thread ring or a small ring of 4 air meshes.
Round 1: After that 10 crochet stitches are crocheted into the thread or air mesh ring. A chain stitch closes this inner circle.
Round 2: Now crochet chopsticks, doubling the number of stitches by crocheting 2 sticks into each of the inner loops of the inner circle. (The first chopstick is replaced by three air meshes) - then close the round again with a chain stitch.
Round 3: Now crochet a transitional air stitch - then crochet crochet stitches and increase the stitch count to 24. (Crochet one crochet in the first stick, two crochets in the second stick, one crochet in the third stick, then crochet two crochet stitches into the fourth sweater ... and so on until 24 round crochets are crocheted at the end of the round.) The round will be now closed again with a chain stitch.
Round 4: Crochet 3 Transition Air Meshes - Crochet the Chopsticks, increasing the number of stitches to 28. (Double crochet every 6th stitch.) A warp stitch closes the round.
Round 5: From now on is crocheted in the color of the petals. To do this, put the thread into the last fixed loop of the preliminary round and crochet 10 air stitches.
Turn and crochet back to the black flower circle in 9 tight stitches. The straight crocheted 10th air mesh is used as a transitional air mesh. (The first puncture site for the first of the 9 fixed meshes is therefore the second aerial mesh from the outside.)
Crochet 2 sts on the last round of the flower inner circle (into the second and third stitch of the flower inner circle) and from here crochet another 10 stitches. The return path from the flower tip to the flower inner circle form again 9 fixed stitches and a stitch in the fourth loop of the last round of the flower circle.
According to this principle, the round 5 is now completed and prepared a total of 14 petals.
Round 6: The thin petals are wrapped in this round again and brought into shape. In the lower middle of the petal (between the two fixed stitches of the preliminary round) prick and crochet a tight stitch.
Crochet 8 stitches along the right side of the flower. Crochet 3 strong loops in the upper stitch of the petal (former chain of mesh) and then crochet back to the inner circle of flowers on the left side of the petal as follows: 1 strong loop, 2 half sticks, 4 sticks, 1 half stick, 1 fixed loop,
The circumnavigation of the second petal begins again at the lower middle with a tight mesh between the two original fixed meshes of the petal. Once all 14 petals are circled, the crocheted sunflower is fully flowering.
The crochet flowers shown here are basic instructions that can be integrated into a variety of crochet work. Crochet flowers, for example, are a wonderful ornament of caps. Absolutely trendy: embellish hair clips with crochet flowers or crocheted roses.
Quick start Guide:
- For flat flowers form a circle of threads and crochet this with tight stitches
- Crochet in turns from the thread circle, increasing the number of stitches in each round until a circle is formed
- Crochet the petals along the circle according to instructions or your own ideas
- for three-dimensional crocheted flowers (eg Rose), crochet a border with a wave or pink edge
- Wind up and sew on the border