If you’ve followed my blog, you’ll know that I crochet doesn’t have to be difficult to be beautiful. You should be able to make simple modifications and get stunning results. In that vein, I’ve created a second GORGEOUS and totally unique crochet flower pattern for you.
If you haven’t tried the Crochet Loop Stitch before, you’ll need a bit of practice, but it’s not as hard as it looks! You can follow this awesome Youtube Tutorial by Planet June.
Now, if you compare this gorgeous anemone to the Pink Magnolia I’ve done, you may notice that they’re exactly the same, except for the missing round of small petals. It’s the color choice that makes all the difference here! Black with Off White really makes the classic look of an anemone, and I am in love! These flowers are so graceful, aren’t they?
Here’s what you’ll need to crochet one:
Ch- chain, Sc- single crochet, Dc – double crochet, Lp – loop, Pc- picot, Sk – skip Sl – slip
Loop Stitch: See video tutorial here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iuR0OlDqH0g
Picot: ch 3, slip into third ch from hook.
Gauge / Finished Size
4 sts and 2 rows DC in 1”. Finished Flower measures 5” in diameter.
The first and last stitches of round 2 will overlap.
With the accent color, Ch 5, sl to join.
Round 1: Ch 1, work 15 Loop stitches into ring. Slip to first st to join. [15 Lps]
Fasten off your accent color. This completes your base round.
Using Main Color, make a slip knot and join with a slip stitch to the back loop of any stitch on the base round.
Round 2: Begin Making Petals:
- Slip stitch into the next stitch. Chain 10. Dc in 3rd ch from hook and next 2 ch. Hdc in next 3 ch, Sc in last 2 ch. Sl to next st in previous round, turn.
- Sc in first 2 Sc, Hdc in next 3 Hdc, Dc in next 2 dc, 2dc in final dc. Pc, ch 1, turn.
- Dc in first dc, and next 3 dc. Hdc in next 3 Hdc, Sc in last 2 Sc. Sl to next st in base, turn.
- Sc in first 2 Sc, Hdc in next 3 hdc, Dc in next 2 Dc, Dc2tog. Turn.
- Skip first dc, sl in next 7 sts. Sl to next st in base.
Make four more petals to complete round 2, then sl to complete the round.
Break yarn and weave in all ends. Sew flower to accessory, or attach a button for a removable piece.
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