Cute As A Button Flower Pattern

Cute As A Button Flower Pattern

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Easy Simple Flowers

Cute As A Button Flowers

Cute As A Button Flower Pattern

Crochet up this simple cute as button flower. They are really simple and can accessorize your finished projects nicely.

Add these Cute as a Button flowers to barrettes or headbands, also a great decoration on market bags or even an afghan. So many uses for these little flowers make some up with all that scrap yarn and stash them for those projects that need a little something.

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Free Pattern: Crochet Cute As Buttons Flower 

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Needed Materials

Size 6.5 mm or K Size Crochet Hook

Bernat Super Value or Red Heart Super Saver Yarn

Definitions

BEG = Beginning, CH = Chain, SL ST = Slip Stitch, SC = Single Crochet, DC = Double Crochet, TR = Triple Crochet, 

Instructions

  1. Using black, create a slip knot and chain 4. SL ST to the BEG CH to form a ring.  
  2. CH 3 and DC 11 Times around the ring. SL ST to the top of the BEG CH. 
  3. *CH 2 and DC 4 Times into the next Stitch. CH 2 and SC into the next stitch. Repeat from *. On the last petal, SL ST to the base of the BEG CH. 
  4. Fasten off colour and weave in ends.  
  5. Fasten on new colour around the CH 2 *Gap and SC then SC into each of the tops of the 4 DC stitches, 1 SC into the CH 2 gap. SC around the two posts in step 2 that are directly below. Repeat from * all the way around. In the end, SL ST to the fastening on at the beginning to ensure colour has gone all the way around. 
  6. Fasten off and weave in ends. 

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