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How to Crochet a Pretty Little Flower

Pretty Flowers Crochet Pattern

It has been a very chaotic few weeks for me, hence the lack of posts. But I am happy to be back at it and here with a fun (yet small) pattern: a pretty little flower.

Pretty Little Flowers

My little girls and I love flowers. We look at them on our walks and talk about how pretty they are. Whenever my oldest sees flowers in a book, she has to point them out to me. They make us so happy.

Pretty Little Flowers Crochet Pattern

Now, these pretty little flowers are so quick. I made 6 of them in about an hour and was working super slow since I had been playing outside with my girls all day and was totally exhausted. Combine energetic toddlers with a hot sun and a pregnant mama, and you have one exhausting day!

Pretty Flowers in Pottery Bowl

But sometimes you just need to relax and crochet a pretty little flower. So sit down, grab some yarn in pink, purple, or whatever color you love, and make a few flowers. I bet you’ll love how pretty they look.

Happy Crocheting!

Pretty Little Flower

Pretty Little Flower

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Materials:

Medium weight yarn – size 4 (I used Lily Sugar ‘N Cream in Rose Pink and Bernat Handicrafter Cotton in Lavender)
4 mm Crochet Hook
Yarn Needle for sewing in ends

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Stitches:

Magic Circle

sc – single crochet

ch – chain

sl st – slip stitch

hdc – half double crochet

dc- double crochet

Pattern:

Round 1: *sc, ch 1* 6 times into a magic circle, sl st into first sc to join, pull tight.

Round 2: *[hdc, 2dc, hdc] in ch 1 space, sl st in sc space* 6 times, ending with sl st in sl st from first round.

Finish off.

And you’re all done! See? A quick and easy pretty little flower! Perfect for adding to a little girl hat or headband, or for making a pretty banner. The possibilities are endless!

Learn to crochet a pretty and very easy little flower using this free pattern. These flowers can be used for anything from clips to earrings to a pretty little accent.*This post contains affiliate links. Any purchases made through these links grant me a small commission at no extra cost to you, but goes to support Cute & Cozy Crochet.*

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