Friday, April 25, 2008

Crochet Marigold Flower


Crochet Marigold

SC = Single Crochet
HDC = Half-Double Crochet
SL ST = Slip Stitch
EA = Each
HK = Hook

Size "G" Crochet Hook

4-ply worsted weight yarn


Pattern by Teresa Richardson

Crochet Video Tutorial:
Crochet Marigold Flower


Flower Center:
Make a Magic Circle, CH 1, DC in loop,SL ST, 6 times, join in beginning SL ST. Pull magic circle tight and make a secure knot.

Flower Petal:
ROUND 1:
Make a Magic Circle, CH 10, HDC in 4th CH from HK, HDC in ea of the next 2 CH's, SC in ea of the next 3 CH's, SL ST in last chain, SL ST in magic circle loop. Make 10 Petals for first round of petals. Close circle tight, knot and secure. Leave a length of tail for sewing additional rounds.


ROUND 2:Make a Magic Circle, CH 10, HDC in 4th CH from HK, HDC in ea of the next 2 CH's, SC in ea of the next 3 CH's, SL ST in last chain, SL ST in magic circle loop. Make 15 Petals for next round of petals. Close circle tight, knot and secure. Leave a length of tail for sewing additional rounds.

Sew round 1 & 2 together. Sew on Flower center. Sew in tails.
A decorative button embellishment can be used instead of the crochet flower center.




11 comments:

  1. I love your flower. I would like to use the pattern to make flower pins to go with my hats I sell on my etsy shop. I would gladly give you the credit for the pattern. Let me know k?

    http://vilatesniftynook.etsy.com

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  2. vilatesniftynook,
    You are welcome to use the flower to sell on your hats. Thank you for asking.

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  3. You are very creative. I love marigold and love the idea. Thanks for providing the method of doing it.

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  5. How would I make a stem and leaves for this? I love the flower.

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  6. Love Marigolds .. thanks
    I want to use them in scrapbooking.

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  7. Bravo!
    you are excellant at crocheting.
    WONDERFUL WOOP WOOP!

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  8. Tried it,gave it to my Mum ato wear as a brooch,she loved it!

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