Crochet Flower Motif Pattern (No Sew)

Crochet Flower Motif Pattern (No Sew)

These Crochet Flower Motif’s are an idea I’ve been thinking about for some time. The idea came because I want to work up a valance for my kitchen window.

I originally had the idea to work out some sort of granny square that I could sew together but today when I started working on a granny square pattern I worked up this round flower and couldn’t seem to figure out how to make it square.

I tried a few different things but really am stuck on this round flower so I decided to try to find a way to work them together without having to sew pieces together. I’m not sure about you, but I’m not one for sewing pieces together at all.

The great thing about this pattern is that you can make it into all kinds of different things, like a scarf, a bag handle, an afghan or a valance, it’s totally up to you to decide!

What are you going to make with these Crochet Flower Motif’s? Please let me know by leaving me a comment or sharing your photos on my Facebook WALL!

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Crochet Flower Motif (No Sew) Valance - Dearest Debi Patterns

Crochet Flower Motif (No Sew) Pattern Notes..

DIFFICULTY RATING
COMPETENT

Crochet Pattern Difficulty Rating - Competent

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Crochet Flower Motif (No Sew) - Dearest Debi Patterns

Yarn: Red Heart Soft Touch Yarn

Red Heart Soft Touch Yarn

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Hook: US G6/4.25mm

Gauge: 1 flower =  3″

Sizing

You can work out your own sizing by using the provided gauge or you can use the directions I’ve included for a scarf of a baby afghan.

Scarf pattern: Follow directions until told to stop. This is a great stash buster pattern.

Baby afghan: A crib sheet  is usually about 52″ x 34″ so you could work 12 flowers long by 18 rows of flowers.

Notes: For each flower I crochet over the beginning tail for the first rnd of work then trim the tail. Do not join rnds unless specified. I am working with 7 colours so I have them in a bucket and am using the center pull yarn.

Crochet Flower Motif (No Sew) - Dearest Debi Patterns

1st flower..

**All flowers will be finished off the same.

2nd flower..

Rnd 3:

1st join..

Crochet Flower Motif (No Sew) - Dearest Debi Patterns

2nd join..

Crochet Flower Motif (No Sew) - Dearest Debi Patterns

Your next 5 flowers will be worked the same as the 2nd flower, when joining make sure to work first join in the 5th petal away from the last joined petal (as shown below). If you are making a scarf, just continue working until desired length.

Crochet Flower Motif (No Sew) - Dearest Debi Patterns

Adding Rows..

1st flower of row..

Rnd 3:

1st join..

Crochet Flower Motif (No Sew) - Dearest Debi Patterns

2nd join

Crochet Flower Motif (No Sew) - Dearest Debi Patterns

2nd and subsequent flowers of row..

Rnd 3:

1st join..

Crochet Flower Motif (No Sew) - Dearest Debi Patterns

3rd join..

Crochet Flower Motif (No Sew) - Dearest Debi Patterns

Last join..

Crochet Flower Motif (No Sew) - Dearest Debi Patterns

Crochet Flower Motif Pattern (No Sew) Pattern..

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Comments

  1. Becky says

    How do you get these patterns to print? Whenever I click on something that appears to be a link to the pattern, all I get is directed to a site that won’t let me back to this page. Please help!!

  2. Norma Hunt says

    ohhhh sweet looks like a yoyo pattern in crochet tk got some(piles) of 70s browns coral and such would be great

  3. Deanna says

    I have been looking for a “join as you go” kind of pattern for a scrapghan! I also hate sewing things together and sewing things onto other things. I was looking at another “yo-yo” like pattern and it was not “join as you go”. My thoughts were “I may be crazy but I am not that crazy” lol. Thank you for this! If I get some time I think my “bin of balls” is going to hopefully get used up!

      • Deanna says

        I will! I just started today! And the race is today so I may or may not get a decent amount done. If it is uneventful and I don’t jump off the couch I will hopefully get a lot done! Lol.

  4. Marjorie Taylor says

    I was wondering if this pattern could be used to make a bigger afghan and not a baby one? How many rows would I need to figure if I wanted to do this one as a full size afghan? Can anyone answer that question for me?

    • DearestDebi says

      A full(double) sized comforter is approximately 84″ x 90″ so about 28 x 30 motifs.

      A queen sized comforter is approximately 90″ x 95″ so about 30 x 32 motifs.

      A king sized comforter is approximately 106″ x 98″ so about 35 x 33 motifs.

      The great thing about this pattern is that you can always add more motifs to any side of your work until the desired size is achieved. :)

  5. Barb Wilenius says

    Hi Debi, I am making these flowers and decided to print the pattern so I could go outside and enjoy the weather. This is the first time I’ve seen the CLEAN PRINT option. It is wonderful! Thank you for having it on your page. I hope to see it on every webpage everywhere! It will save a lot of paper and ink. Keep up the beautiful work. Barb

  6. says

    I have always liked join-as-you-go motifs as I don’t really like sewing either. The only problem I have is making sure they are right way up when I join them as I usual find them wrong way up after I’ve already added a few. It looks great anyway.

    • DearestDebi says

      I think I just about joined them with the wrong side facing up a few times, maybe I did, but luckily it’s one of those things that probably only we would notice. :D

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