There’s something so fun about crocheting little flowers. Originaly featured as part of the Freesia Vest in I Like Crochet digital magazine, this fun little pattern excerpt is being opened up for free for all to enjoy. When you put your mind to it, there’s really no limit to what these crochet flowers will look great on. Add them to a blanket, to your favorite crochet accessories — you could even make your own crochet ring if you wanted to. These are also ideal for using up scrap yarn for your project stash. We know how easily all that yarn can pile up! Plus, it’s a great project for spring and summer when the warmer weather helps everything start to bloom. We hope you enjoy!
Freesia Flower Crochet Applique
Yarn: Premier Yarns Cotton Fair (52% Cotton, 48% Acrylic; 317 yards [290 meters]/100 grams): 27-09 Lavender (CC1, 1 ball), 27-04 Turquoise (CC4, 1 ball), 27-07 Bright Peach (CC5, 1 ball)
Hook: US size H/8 (5.0 mm); G/6 (4.0mm)
Notions: Tapestry needle
Notes: On the flowers, leaving a long tail when fastening off will give you something to use to stitch the flowers in place without creating extra ends to weave in.
With smaller hook, ch 5, join into ring with sl st in first ch.
Rnd 1: (Ch 3, 5 tr in ring, ch 3, sl st in ring) 4 times, join rnd with sl st in base of beg-ch-3. Fasten off.
Twenty six of these little freesia flowers adorn the Freesia Vest! Join the Gold Club today to learn more.