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Spring Flower

I guess I am really in the spring mode right now, and I can't wait for all of the flowers to come up.  So, today, I have another flower crochet tutorial for you to make!  This is my own version of a spring flower.  It is quick and easy, and turns out pretty darn cute!

Abbreviations: sc: single crochet st: stitch ch: chain sl st: slip stitch dc: double crochet hdc: half double crochet
Materials Needed: Size F Hook Worsted Weight #4 Yarn
You can use any size hook that you would like.  If you want your flower to be larger, use a larger hook.  If you want it smaller, use a smaller hook.  You can also use any weight yarn that you would like.  I used worsted weight 100% cotton yarn. So, lets get started!
With your F hook, ch 4, join with a sl st to the first ch to form a ring;




Rnd 1: ch 1, 10 sc in the ring, join with a sl st to the first sc (10 sc)




Rnd 2: ch 1, (sc, ch 5, sc, ch 1) in the same stitch, *skip 1 sc, (sc, ch 5, sc, ch 1) in next sc; repeat from * three more times, join wit…

Simple Flower Pattern

Today, I would like to share a very simple and easy crochet tutorial. A lot of you may already know how to make flowers that are very similar to these, but for those of you who don't I am excited to show you how!!




So, lets get started. You will only need a few supplies to make these simple flowers.
Materials Needed:
-Any size crochet hook. I used a size H for my flowers. If you would like larger flowers, use a larger hook. If you would like smaller flowers, use a smaller hook. You could even use a tiny hook and crochet thread for a newborn embellishment.
-Worsted Weight #4 yarn. I like to use 100% cotton yarn when I am making flowers, but you can use any kind of yarn for these and they will be beautiful!! You can also use a more bulky yarn for a larger flower. This pattern has endless possibilities! I like to buy my yarn online at fabric.com, because if you spend $35 or more, you get free shipping! I usually spend at liest $35 :) I …

Tiger Earflap Hat

This Pattern will be emailed to you as a PDF file.

$3.99
Skill Level: Beginner Here is a pattern for a cute little tiger Hat! This pattern was inspired by one of my customers who wanted a tiger hat pattern to make for her baby girl to wear for her home team :) This is a beginner pattern, and is 17 pages long. It is full of step by step colorful pictures. It includes 6 different sizes, with each size written out seperately to make it easier to understand. This would make a cute photography hat, halloween costume, or mascot hat!! Best of all, all sizes are included so that you can make any size.


Send me your finished pictures, I would love to see them!

The Madison Earflap Hat

This Pattern will be emailed to you as a PDF file.

$3.99 Skill Level: Beginner
I originally made this pattern up as a gift to my sister for her new baby girl, Madison. She is such a sweetie!! This is a 13 page pattern. The sizes are all written out seperately to make it easier for you to understand. Sizes included are: 0-3 months, 3-6 months, 6-12 months, 12 months-3 years, 3-10 years, and 10 years to adult. So, basically, you can make one for everyone!!!



Have fun making one!