Monday, February 28, 2011

crochet flowers

I've been taking time away from sewing to crochet....I can't wait to show you what I have in mind with these flowers.
My inspiration came from all the lovely flowers from this blog:

And you can find some fun tutorials there too.

And I love these colors, my project will consist of just pink, turquoise, gray and white.

gonna try this recipe next:
To start: Ch 6 and slip st to make a circle
Row 1: ch 3 (counts as first dc),  11 dc into the circle = 12 dc (1 is the chain 3), slip st to connect
Row 2: ch 3 (counts as first dc), *ch 2, dc into the chain space and ch 2*, *repeat for each chain space = 12 dc total (1 is the ch 3 and 11 dc)
Row 3: add new color in a chain space and ch 3(counts as first dc), 3 dc in the chain space, *ch1, 4 dc in chain space*, * repeat into each chain space = you will have 12 groups of 4 dc's around the circle

Here is where it gets tricky. Note: this may not be what the pattern really should be, but this is what I did and I think it looks like it works.
Row 4: Start your new color in the chain space. Slip st until you get to the second stitch of a group of 4 dc. Ch 5 and slip st into the third dc stitch. Continue to slip st until you get to the next group of 4 dc's. So you are going to slip st around the entire circle and making a chain loop at the second and third stitch (the middle) of each group of 4 dc's.


  1. Absolutely yummy looking flowers. Can't wait to see what you do with them.

  2. Looking great..welcome to The Flower Bed...have fun
    Hugs Suz x


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