Sunday, 15 March 2009

Blue Flowers

Springs coming and the flowers in our little garden are starting to bloom making me feel inspired to post another crochet flower pattern. :)

Blue Flower (or any colour you prefer)

Make into a brooch, add to a bag, shoes whatever takes your fancy :)
(look out for the wire crochet version of this coming to NezumiWorld soon)

Super chunky/ Bulky (USA)/ 16ply
I used Rowan Little Big Wool (very small amount used, left over from another project)

6.5mm (10 1/2 / K) hook

st – Stitch
sts – Stitches
dc (UK)/ sc (USA) – Double Crochet (UK)/ Single Crochet (USA)
ch – Chain
sl st - Slip Stitch

rnd - Round

Rnd 1: Ch 2, 6 dc (UK)/ 6 sc (USA) into 2nd ch from the hook (the 1st ch that was made), join with a sl st to top the 1st dc (UK)/ 1st sc (USA), 1 ch (you should now have 6 sts)

Rnd 2: [sl st into the back of the next dc (UK)/ sc (USA), 8 ch, sl st into the back of the same dc] repeat 6 times (you should have 6 petals)

Rnd 3: [sl st into the front loop of the dc (UK)/ sc (USA) you made the first petal in, 6 ch, sl st into the front of the same dc (UK)/ sc (USA)] repeat 6 times (you should now have 12 petals 2 rows of 6)

To finish pull thread through to back of the with your crochet hook flower. Use the ends to sew on a brooch of attach the flower to item of your choice.


  1. Love all your flowers and yes they are inspiring.

  2. Thank you ghost, hoping to add lots more flower patterns soon

  3. Beautiful. I linked it to my blog and borrowed one photo...if you object, I'll take off the photo...

  4. Hi boinky

    Thank you for the link, the photo is fine used the way you have :)

  5. Thanks for voicing your thoughts on my blog regarding the second blog and about my work. I guess I will just add some sidebar stuff for the other interests. The thread work is crochet but I do do the other just have given it up due to my eyes.

  6. Stop by and pick up your surprises on my blog.

  7. Thank you Ghost, I am planning my list

  8. You are so good at making tutorials! I just started knitting, so this a good tutorial is very important for me. I do better if I can see what someone means instead of just typing it out.

    Kyrian (swap bot)

  9. Well, those flowers were so pretty. I love it. Anyway, thanks for sharing this tutorial post. I will try doing that this weekend.


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  11. Love all your flowers....
    great tutorial very clear...
    love to get you..
    flowers to canada

  12. I always love your flower patterns, and this one is no exception. And your tutorial is very detailed and I can easily follow it. Thanks

    Cindy@ silk flower arrangements