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Crochet flower square

Guide

Feel free to use any type of yarn (or even thread) for your project. Most yarns have the recommended crochet hook size on the label.


Techniques used in this stitch

UK / US crochet term:

Chain stitch – ch

Slip stitch – sl.st

Double crochet / Single crochet – dc / sc

Treble / Double crochet – tr / dc

Picots of 3 and 5 chain stitches.

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Take pink yarn and make 6 foundation chains, join it to ring by sl.st

Round 1: (pink yarn) work 5 ch, * 1 tr/dc in ring of 6 ch, 2 ch; rep from* 6 times, 2 ch, sl.st in third of 5 ch.

Round 2: (light pink yarn). In this round we will make petals for the flower. You should work 5 tr/dc around first 3 ch and each tr/dc.

Make 3 ch, then insert hook behind 3 ch (see picture below) and work 5 tr/dc, 1 dc/sc in next tr/dc.

Make 2 ch, then insert hook behind tr/dc (see picture below) and work 5 tr/dc, 1 dc/sc in next tr/dc.

Continue in this way until you get 8 petals. Work 2 sl.st in first 2 ch of the round.

Round 3: (red yarn). In this round we will make arches of 3 ch and 5 ch. The dc/sc we will make in space of 2 ch of first round. Work 1 ch, 1 dc/sc in space of 2 ch, 3 ch, * 1 dc/sc in space of 2 ch, 5 ch, 1 dc/sc in space of 2 ch, 3 ch; rep from* 2 times, 1 dc/sc in space of 2 ch, 2 ch, 1 tr/dc in first ch of this round.

Round 4: (red yarn) 3 ch, 2 tr/dc in space of 2 ch and tr/dc, * 2 ch, 1 dc/sc in space of 3 ch, 2ch, 3 tr/dc + 3 ch + 3 tr/dc in space of 5 ch; rep from* 2 times. At the end work 2 ch, 1 dc/sc in space of 3 ch, 2ch, 3 tr/dc in space of 2 ch and tr/dc, 3 ch, sl.st in third of 3 ch.

Round 5: (red yarn) 2 ch, 2 dc/sc in tr/dc below, 1 picot of 3 ch, * 2 dc/sc in each spaces of 2 ch, 1 picot of 3 ch, 3 dc/sc in tr/dc below, 2 ds/sc + picot of 5 ch + 2 dc/sc in space of 3 ch, 3 dc/sc in tr/dc below, 1 picot of 3 ch; rep from* 2 times. At the end 2 dc/sc in each spaces of 2 ch, 1 picot of 3 ch, 3 dc/sc in tr/dc below, 2 ds/sc + picot of 5 ch + 2 dc/sc in space of 3 ch, sl.st in second ch.

Motifs connect to each other across picots. The pictures below show this in process.

For 5 ch picot connection divide picot on 2 parts: 2 ch and 3 ch.

Work 2 ch, release the hook from the loop, insert it in into picot of 5 ch another motif then insert hook again in the loop with 2 ch.

Pull the loop through picot then work 3 ch (the first of 3 ch will look like slip stitch), then finish picot as usual.

For 3 ch picot connection divide the picot on 1 ch and 2 ch.

When you should connect one motif to three another across 5 ch picot, work connection as usual but insert the hook through two picots at once like at the pictures below.

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