This crochet rosette was originally worked up to go on the back of my Little Miss Lady Jane Dress.
When I first started out crocheting I tried a few times to make crochet rosettes and flowers from patterns but I always found myself stuck on the directions and without any type of photos to help with the directions I often found myself giving up on them.
I have worked up a photo tutorial to help make my rosette so that even a novice crocheter can work them up. If you are going to make these you can choose just about any weight of yarn and hook size depending on how big or small you’d like to make your crochet rosette.
You could use this crochet rosette to embellish any hat, if you make the rosette and add it to another piece please share your pictures on my facebook WALL I love it when people share photo’s of their own work.
Crochet Rosette Free Pattern..
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Yarn: Bernat Satin Yarn Sea Shell
Hook: US G6/4.25mm
tr – Triple/Treble crochet
Ch 27, sc in 2nd ch from hook and each st across. Turn work. (26 sc)
Row 2: in 2nd sc work 5 tr, (ss in next sc, 5 tr in next sc) 3 times, (ss in next sc, 5 dc in next sc) 5 times, (ss in next sc, 5 hdc in next sc) 4 times. Fasten off leaving a long tail to use to sew petals together.
Using a yarn needle, insert it into the sc below the center of the 2nd petal from the end tail as shown below. Pull yarn all the way through.
Skip one flower petal, insert needle into the sc below the center of the next petal as shown below. Pull yarn all the way through.
Continue to skip one petal working in the sc below the center of the next petal until you only have one petal left.
Looking at the bottom of your flower, insert hook into the last sc as shown below, pull yarn all the way through, tie the beginning tail and end tail together.
Now you can sew your rosette onto your own item.
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