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Little Crochet Flower Pattern


So, my flower fetish continues! And this time I thought I would share with you a simple crocheted version.

I’ve never written a crochet pattern down before—so make sure to let me know if it doesn’t make any sense.  I thought that this one was simple enough that I could hopefully write it down without confusing you. So here is my crochet pattern writing debut (and seriously let me know if I should give up my pattern writing right now, or if I did okay :-)):

Small Crocheted Flower Pattern:

Yarn: Medium worsted weight yarn (I recommend Caron Simply Soft)
Hook Size: G

Form a magic circle, and work all stitches into the center of the circle.

* ch 2, 2 dc, ch 2, slip stitch. (Repeat from * 4 more times, you will have 5 petals). Tighten magic circle and finish off.

Hot glue a button of your choice to the center of your flower.

After you make your crocheted flower, it is really easy to turn it into a cute little hair clip! Using hot glue simply cover a double prong clip (which can be purchased at a beauty supply store) with ribbon. The flat part of the clip should be the part that will be against your head, and I like to leave this side “ribbon free” so it will stay in baby fine hair. If you are worried about the ribbon fraying just use a little fray check on the ends or a little clear nail polish…

Then hot glue the clip to the back of your crocheted flower.

And Voila. Now you’ve got an aesthetically pleasing hair clip that the humans will go nuts over!

Happy Crocheting!

This post is linked at:

Made by You @ Skip to My Lou
Just Something I Whipped Up @ The Girl Creative
Motivate Me Monday @ Keeping it Simple
Market Yourself Monday @ Sumo’s Sweet Stuff


  1. Hi Ann,
    I’m a long time crocheter..and your directions/instructions make perfect sense. You did really well and I love your sweet little hairclip with the button flower. It’s so sweet and dainty..


  2. Oh, that is awfully cute!! I have no idea how to crochet (well, I kind of do but I’m terrible at it), but I had to post anyway because that is just darling.


  3. Thanks for stopping by my I am a following you and loving your crochet flower project above!
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  4. That is adorable and would look good in any girls hair!


  5. Oh how I wish I knew how to crochuet, but I don’t– so can’t tell you if your instructions make sense or not. I guess your going to have to come teach me and then I can tell you if I understand.
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  6. Ahh…I wish I had a little girl! This is cute!


  7. Hello!

    We came across your site through the FF and decided to follow your blog. We are looking forward to reading more of your posts. Come on over and visit us when you get a free moment. Have a fabulous day! <3


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  10. I am a following you and loving your crochet flower project above!
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  11. This pattern is ever so cute! It’s perfect for the little princess.


  12. This is really cute. By reading the pattern, I was able to understand it. Haven’t made it yet, but I’m sure I’ll give it a go! You did GREAT!


  13. Nice designs and patterns, Thanks for this information it was really helpful.


  14. that is so cute! Ive also been making some fabric flowers ands ahsred them on my blog and am kinda obsessed with them now!! love ur blog!


  15. I am just learning to crochet and this design was very simple and cute to make…..thanks


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