These cute crochet flowers are from my Missy Strawberry pattern but I would like to share them with you as a free pattern. I’ve turned them into fridge magnets and a brooch. It’s so simple and quick that you could whip them up for last minute thank you gifts for teachers or the party hostess, y’know, in case you couldn’t find one of those classy “world’s best” mugs.
This pattern is written using American crochet abbreviations.
Yarn: Any worsted weight yarn in 2 colours
Hook: H/8 (5 mm)
Other materials: Embroidery needle, glue and magnet or brooch pin
With main colour, chain 2. 10 sc into the 1st chain. Pull the tail gently to close the center hole.
*Ch2, (1 dc, 1 tr) into next st, (1 tr, 1 dc) into next st, ch 2, slip st into same st; repeat
from * to end of round.
5 petals in total. Fasten off and weave in end.
With second colour, chain 2. 6 sc into the 1st chain.
1 sc into each st. Slip st into the first sc to join round.
Fasten off and leave a long tail. Using an embroidery needle and the tail, sew it to the center of the flower. Weave in end.
Using a hot glue gun, attach magnets to the back of the flowers.
Alternatively, crochet a few leaves and sew them and a brooch pin onto the back.
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