Thursday, May 15, 2008

Little flowers with leaves - free crochet pattern

I already have a flower applique pattern here published a few years back, but it had 6 petals instead of 5. Also for this pattern, I added leaves to complete the design.
Using scraps of thread, this is a very practical embellishment. However, this is so little, measuring only 1 1/8 inches from one leaf end to the other. You could make bigger flowers by using yarn and bigger hook.

These little flowers look cuter here in the picture, so I'm very pleased with this shot ;) I'm also glad I had something to post here today... Thanks for looking!



Little Flowers with Leaves
by Mimi Alelis copyright 2008
Note: This pattern is for personal use only, not for distribution and not to be posted on any other site.
Original link: http://mycrochetstuff.blogspot.com/2008/05/little-flowers-with-leaves-free-crochet.html

Materials:
Cotton thread, small amounts main color and contrasting color for flower, and green for leaves
Size 2 or 1.75mm steel hook, or size preferred

Flower pattern:
Rnd 1: With contrasting color thread, ch 2, 5 sc in 2nd ch from hook. Join with sl st to first sc. Cut off thread.
Rnd 2: Attach main color, [ (ch 2, 3dc, ch 2, sl st) in the same sc, sl st to the next sc], 5 times, making 5 petals. Cut off.

Leaves pattern:
Rnd 1: With green, ch 5, * 2 dc on 3rd ch from hook, ch 2, sl st on top of last dc made. Dc on same st as previous dc. Ch 2, sl st on same st**, sl st on next 2 chs. Ch 3, repeat from * to **. Cut off.

Finishing:
Sew leaves to the back of flower.


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25 comments:

  1. Very Cute Mimi,would be a nice embellishment for baby girl stuff.thanks for the pattern
    Pearlin

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  2. That is so sweet! And tiny! If anyone did scrapbooking, they could use it, too. Thanks for sharing it, Mimi. :)

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  3. Crochet Diva15 May, 2008

    Awe, this is darlin!

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  4. Too cute! Thanks for sharing your design! Love it!

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  5. Thank you so much for sharing this soooo great pattern. I am so excited to try this!! They are absolutely beautiful flowers!!

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  6. those little flowers are so sweet, thanks for sharing the pattern I will use them very soon...

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  7. Very sweet! Perfect to pin a pair of them on a jean jacket or summer hat!

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  8. what does With contrasting color thread, ch 2, 5 sc in 2nd ch from hook mean

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  9. really cute! thanx, i can't wait 2 do it! that was a great idea!

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  10. thanks! made a handful of them last night, fast and simple for sure!

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  11. Oh these are cute ans so is your tawashi patterns...

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  12. Thank you Seema!
    Thanks everyone for your comments :)

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  13. Thanks so much for sharing all of your patterns! I have a pattern for flowers and leaves too but it is nice to have variety!
    Joni www.jonicrochetcreations.etsy.com

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  14. These are so cute! I just crocheted a green backpack with leaves and I've been looking for the perfect flowers for it. Thanks for sharing this!

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  16. Thanks for the patten. :) I am using them for a newborn hat.

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  17. Very nice stuff. Thank you Mimi. I already made 4 beautiful flowers using your free pattern. They look great! Thank you.

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  18. Love these! super cute. I used them to adorn a baby hat. Thanks so much for sharing this.

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  19. Thanks for sharing your patterns.
    Our group knit, crochet and sew for premature and newborn babies. Our donations will look so good by adding your little flowers.
    Please visit us at: www.seatrailgrandmas.blogspot.com

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  20. Hi there, I love these little flowers and added one to my most recent quick project of a little ladybug. I have my own craft blog and gave you credit and linked back to this page when mentioning the flower part of my project. Please let me know if I should remove or change this. Thanks for sharing these cute flowers!!

    http://littleblackmarker.blogspot.com/2011/08/lovely-ladybug.html

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  21. I am going to use it for a hair clip for an American girl doll. so cute. Thank you, Tana

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  22. Cute patterns. Thanks for sharing.

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  23. Thanks for sharing... love this little flower on the barrettes i am making for my granddaughter.

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