Spring has not yet sprung but Valentine’s Day tomorrow has me thinking ALL about flowers – namely roses.
I also have a fun project coming up next week using these little floral accents – and that will be super easy and beginner friendly too, yay!
Speaking of beginner friendly, don’t worry about how complicated this shape looks. It’s 2 simple rows and a little sewing. Then you’re done.
Without further ado, here’s the quick video tutorial and pattern!
-Lion Brand Vanna’s Choice yarn (or any worsted weight) (I used pink, dusty purple, and white)
-Size H 5mm crochet hook
Ch any multiple of 10 +1. I chained 41 in the video above
Row 1: Sc in 2nd from hook, *Ch 2, sk 1, Sc in next, repeat from * across, Ch 2, turn
Row 2: *(In Ch space work 3 Dc, Ch 1, sl st), sl st in next Ch space, Ch 1, repeat until you’ve worked about 1/3 of the way down the Row, repeat sequence above substituting Hdc for Dc until you’ve worked all but 3 Ch spaces, Repeat sequence above substituting Sc for Dc until you’ve finished the Row, finish off leaving a long tail for sewing.
Starting with the Sc “petals”, roll up the rose keeping the bottom (where you see your foundation Ch) in a flat spiral, not a cone shape.
Thread your tapestry needle to sew through the foundation Ch spiral to secure. (See the video above for more specifics!)
Don’t forget to PIN this rose pattern to your Pinterest boards!
Enjoy your new little flower!
So much easier than it looks! I love these 😀
Natalie Desrochers says
Thanks for this nice tutorial. The result is really great. I used the flowers to decorate a box I made. I referred to this page in my blog post. Keep doing great work. You’re inspiring.