Five Petal Flower

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Introduction: Five Petal Flower

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Flowers are beautiful. Nothing says spring like a bunch of freshly bloomed flowers.Flowers are fun crochet projects at any time of year and they are definitely hot on the hooks each spring.

Crocheted flowers are always so pretty! They are great fun to do by themselves but they are also great to add as an applique or embellishment to all your crochet projects.They may look simple but they can jazz up any of your crochet project!!Flowers are one of the nicest and easiest way to add the perfect finishing touch.

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Step 1:

Start with a slip knot.

Step 2:

Chain 5.

Step 3:

Slip Stitch to first chain to make a ring.

Chain 1.(This stitch is to just bring the yarn to height of the next stitch.)

Step 4:

Make 10 Single Crochet in the ring.Slip Stitch to join.

Step 5:

Chain 4.

Step 6:

1 Treble Crochet in the same stitch.

How to make a Treble Crochet??...here it is.....!!

  1. Yarn over hook twice, insert hook in the Stitch and Pull up a loop.(4 loops on hook).
  2. Yarn over, pull through 2 loops on hook (3 loops remain on hook).
  3. Yarn over, pull through 2 loops on hook (2 loops remain on hook).
  4. Yarn over, pull 2 loops on hook (1 treble crochet complete).

Step 7:

2 Treble Crochet in the next Stitch.

Step 8:

Chain 3.

1 Single Crochet in the same stitch.

1 petal complete.

Step 9:

Repeat (Ch 3, 1tr(in same stitch),2 tr,Ch3, 1 Sc(in same stitch))

Step 10:

You will have 5 petals.

Quite easy ...right!!!!

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