Crochet Granny Stitch Flower – Free Crochet Pattern

This flower is so cute and is my new fave. I can see myself making tons of these to embellish purses, headbands and bracelets. They are easy to make and the color possibilities are endless!

Crochet Granny Flower Motif Pattern Title Photo

Crochet Granny Stitch Flower

By Sara of My Merry Messy Life © 2013

Abbreviations

  • SC = single crochet
  • HDC = double crochet
  • CH = chain
  • SL ST = slip stich

Materials

  • Hook: G (4.25 mm)
  • Yarn: Worsted weight – I used Sugar’n Cream cotton yarn

Tip for Working in the Round and Changing Colors Often

It makes it so much easier at the end of your project to crochet over your tails when working in the round, especially Round 1. Then you have less tails to sew in at the end and can just clip them off!

Crochet Granny Flower Rounds 1-2

The Pattern

Round 1

  • CH 3
  • SL ST to form a ring
  • CH 2
  • 9 SC in the ring (10 SC total)
  • Join to beginning CH 2 with a SL ST

Crochet Granny Flower Round 2

Round 2

  • You could change colors here – if you do, join with a SL ST and continue below
  • CH 2
  • Work 2 HDC’s in the same space as the CH 2 (the beginning CH 2 isn’t technically in it’s own space, so you’re really working next to it, but that’s how it’s called in a pattern)
  • *Skip 1 space
  • Work 3 HDC’s in the next space
  • CH 2*
  • Repeat from * around until you have worked 5 sets of HDCs
  • Join to beginning CH 2 in 1 strand of the 2nd CH (this helps to keep that first set of 3 together and not separate the CH 3 from the set)

Crochet Granny Flower Round 3

Round 3

  • The only difference between rounds 2 and 3 is that you CH 3 instead of 2, in between the granny stitches of 3 HDCs
  • You could change colors here – if you do, join with a SL ST and continue below
  • CH 2
  • Work 2 HDC’s in the same space as the CH 2 (the beginning CH 2 isn’t technically in it’s own space, so you’re really working next to it, but that’s how it’s called in a pattern)
  • *Skip 1 space
  • Work 3 HDC’s in the next space
  • CH 3*
  • Repeat from * around until you have worked 5 sets of HDCs
  • Join to beginning CH 2 in 1 strand of the 2nd CH (this helps to keep that first set of 3 together and not separate the CH 3 from the set)

And that’s it! Easy peasy. I could make a bunch of these in one sitting. They’re perfect to accessorize hats, purses, blankets, sweaters, bags and more!

About Sara McFall

Sara is the owner and founder of My Merry Messy Life, which started in 2011 as a way to chronicle her journey to a natural, chemical-free lifestyle and to share her passions of mothering, real food, homeschooling and crochet. She is a mama to three precious and energetic little boys and wife to a university professor who loves to sing, dance ballet and ballroom, and live simply and naturally.

Comments

  1. Absolutely lovely!

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    I love your website and all the different granny squares that you have.

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