When I was practicing crochet flower motif, I came up with this simple 5-petal one, which has lovely star-like shape. I like simple shapes that can be used in many different projects, because you can use them all year round! If you decide to use white yarn, you will have lovely snowflake, but use gold thread and you will end up with a shining star. Of course, colorful materials will make it look very flowery, so it all depends on color and context.
You can easily join these crochet flower motifs in a garland, or adorn presents with it. If you like, use them as applique, because it really all depends on your imagination.
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Video Tutorial for Right-Handed Crocheters
Video Tutorial for Left-Handed Crocheters
The final size of the flower heavily depends on the kind of thread and hook you use. The thicker the yarn and the hook, the bigger your crocheted flower will be. It works very well in filoselle because it’s quite thin. It comes in many colors, so you have a lot of options and has a lovely shine to it.
LEVEL – beginner
TERMS – standard US
MATERIALS AND TOOLS
- you can use any yarn and recommended hook size
- for these flowers I used filoselle and 1,5 mm crochet hook
6 chains, close with a slip stitch
1 chain, 15 single crochets, close with a slip stitch
*5 chains, skip 2, 1 slip stitch in the next stitch* x5
2 chains, 2 double crochet, 3 treble, 1 picot, 3 treble, 3 double crochet, 1 slip stitch (worked in the stitch between the chain loops), *3 double crochet, 3 treble, 1 picot, 3 treble, 3 double crochet, 1 slip stitch* x4
you are done!
Make a bunch of these flowers and arrange them as you like. Use it as decoration, applique or other way that will make you happy!
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