Tuesday, April 5, 2016

Free Crochet Pattern: Treble Cluster Flower

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This crocheted flower is super simple to whip up!  It's downright adorable as an applique on blankets, hats, ear warmers, or even just on it's own.  I gave you a sneak peak of a bigger project that I'm working on, which include these cute little flowers.  I am excited to share this free crochet pattern with you now.

You can crochet these flowers with a single color, use multiple colors of yarn, different sized hooks, you can add buttons and beads as embellishments, there are so many options!  If you add buttons, use my little trick!  For the smaller flowers on this page I used a F hook and for the larger ones I used an I hook.  All the yarn is Sugar n' Cream.

Special Stitch
Treble cluster -- crochet three trebles stitches together.

1. Chain 2.

2. 5 single crochet stitches in first chain.  Join with a slip stitch.

3. *Chain 3. Treble cluster. Chain 3. Slip stitch in same stitch.* Repeat in all five stitches for five petals. Join and fasten off.  I made a little video of me crocheting one petal.  Here's the video.

4. Slip stitch to join.  Fasten off.

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  1. I love the idea using buttons for the center of the flowers.

  2. I learnt to crochet so I could make flowers - it's just such a perfect combination!

  3. I'm not much of a crocheter, but I think I could do this! Thank you for sharing it on the Creative Muster. We loved it so much that we’re pinning it to our Creative Muster Favorites board. I hope that’ll we’ll be seeing more of your great ideas.

  4. Thank you so much for sharing this easy pattern. Love the colourful flowers.


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