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Tiny Flower Blossoms: A Free Quick Crochet Pattern

I have a doozy of a simple pattern for you. These adorable mini flowers take all of three minutes to make and use somewhere between 1-4 yards (The exact amounts depend on your gauge). 

This is a one-round instant gratification project. The size is a little bit bigger than a quarter.

Depending on how much yarn you have, hook size, and how many petals you make, they can end up very different. The differences add to the eclectic, handmade feel. 

I used yarn scraps between less than what I estimate is four-ish yards (left) and just under a yard (far right). So when I say you can use the tiniest scraps, I'm not exaggerating. 

They are addictive; before you know it you'll have a whole meadow of tiny blossoms. 

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Tiny Flower Blossoms

Materials needed:

  • Scrap yarn (weight is not important)
  • Crochet hook to match (size is not important)
  • Optional: Scissors and yarn needle

Abbreviations/stitches used:
  • Ch: chain
  • Dc: double crochet
  • Sl st: slip stitch
Other notes:
  • I used a magic ring. If you'd rather not, you can ch 4, sl st to first ch to form ring. 
  • I found it easier to make the final sl st before pulling the ring closed and then fasten off by making a ch and pulling all the way through. 

Round 1: Working in magic ring, *4 dc, sl st* 5x pull ring closed, fasten off. (20 dc, 5 sl st)

For fewer or more petals, repeat from *to* as many times as desired. 

That's literally all there is to it. 

Below is a list of the approximate yarn weight and hook size used for each of these flowers. 

Top row hook sizes (left to right): I, I, H. 
Bottom row hook sizes (left to right): G,G,G,F.

Top row yarn weights: Sport, sport, DK
Bottom row yarn weights: Worsted, DK, sock, worsted. 

I also experimented with super bulky yarn. The one of the left is made with an N/10mm hook and the one on the right with a K/6.5mm

Both the biggest and the smallest are lovely so you really can use any yarn. 

I hope that you enjoyed this pattern. If you'd like a more in-depth photo tutorial or ideas with what you make with your blossoms, let me know in the comments below. 

Happy crocheting!

Copyright 2019. Do not reproduce this pattern in whole or in part. To share this pattern, link back to this page. You may sell items you make with this pattern but I ask that you credit me as the designer. I work hard to develop my patterns and I ask that you respect that.


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