Monday, February 18, 2008

Pocket Full of Posies


At the request of Hannah, here are the directions to make this sweet little crochet flower. These would be adorable attached to a hat, a purse, or your lapel. The list goes on and on.

What you need:

4 mm crochet hook ;7 yards yarn; yarn needle

1.) Start by making a chain of six stitches.

2.) Join to the first stitch with a slip stitch.

3.) Chain three.

4.) Make 14 double crochets right into the center of the ring.

5.) Attach with a slip stitch. To do this, push your hook into the space between the chain of three and the first double crochet.

6.) Chain 1.

7.) In the next stitch, make three stitches: 1 half double, 1 double, 1 triple.

8.) In the next stitch make three more stitches: 1 triple, 1 double, 1 half double. Chain 1.

9.) Make a slip stitch into the next stitch.

10.) Repeat steps 6-9 until you have 5 petals. Make a slip stitch into the last stitch.

11.) Cut the end of the yarn until it's about 6 inches long. Pull it all the way through the last stitch to tie it off. Weave the loose yarn into the flower.

The flower in the top right hand corner is a different pattern. I'm still working on that one. ;o)

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12 comments:

Gena said...

Those are just adorable. I so love flowers of ANY kind.

Jodi said...

Very cute ... thank you for sharing the directions.

han_ysic said...

Thanks so much, they're great, got to get some more crochet hooks in different sizes. Going to make some flowers.
Hannah

Stacie said...

Mrs. K,
Those are sooooooo cute! I've got to try those out! =) Thanks for posting the directions!

Kelli said...

Those are so sweet, Tracy!
Hugs,
Kelli

Anna S said...

Lovely! And seem simple to make, too.

Haus Frau said...

oh wow how pretty!

:o)

Karen said...

These are lovely, Tracy! And I wanted to say that I loved your post on the importance of setting a pretty table, even when it's not a holiday and you don't have company visiting. That reminds me of the stories I've heard about people who die without ever using their pretty china, or wearing their pretty clothes, because they were saving them for a "special occasion". They didn't realize that they could make any occasion special, and that there's nothing more special than sharing time with those you love...Thank you for this important reminder, Tracy. I'm going to set a nice table for dinner tonight.

emilymcd said...

Hi, Tracy-

You are one talented lady! I love your style.

I'm so excited to get my Etsy order! Your store was wonderful.

Karen said...

Well, it makes it sound pretty easy, so I've got to try it. Yours are so cute!

Daughter of the King said...

These are so so cute....
love them...
deby

Lisa said...

Thanks for the directions for these cute colorful flowers!