Hello! Spring speeding along rapidly and there are many beautiful flowers around my neighborhood, that will all be gone in another week or two. I was sitting at home looking at my yarn collection, and I have some Caron One Pound in Sun Flower Yellow, so I thought I would make a Sun Flower!
Crochet Sun Flower
Caron One Pound in Sun Flower
Caron One Pound in Espresso
Boye US H
Stitches & Abbreviations
SLST- Slip Stitch
SC- Single Crochet
DC- Double Crochet
(xx)- Total Number of Stitches in Row/Round
The starting circle of this project is a joined/slip stitch circle.
The first three chains of each round/row count as the first Double Crochet of the row.
Chain four joined circle.
Using the Caron One Pound in Espresso
CH 3. DC. BBL. *2DC. BBL. ** REP from * to ** around 3 times until there are 15 Stitches total. SLST into the top of the third CH of the CH 3.
CH 3. DC. BBL. *2DC in one DC of Row 1. BBL. ** REP from * to ** around until you have 21 stitches. In the last space create 2DC and 1 BBL in the same stitch. You will have 24 Stitches total. SLST into the top of the third CH of the CH 3.
Using the Care One Pound in Sun Flower.
*CH 6. 5 SC down the CH. SLST into the next stitch of Row Two. ** (This creates a petal) REP from * to ** around until the end of the round. On the last slip stitch, slip stitch into the back of the row you just created, under the two loops created by the slip stitches. You will have created 24 petals.
*CH 7. 6 SC down the CH. SLST under the two loops created by the slip stitches of the previous round. ** (This creates a petal) REP from * to ** around until the end of the round. You will have created 24 petals.
Ta-da! You have created a sunflower. There are other Sun Flower designs out there, I wanted to design one with loose petals. What do you think? Do you have a favorite flower to crochet? Want other design? Let’s Talk!