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Pink Rose Bouquet Crochet Flowers Pattern

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Pink Rose Bouquet Crochet Flowers Pattern

Crochet a lasting bouquet of roses in three shades of pink with this crochet flower pattern. This Pink Rose Bouquet Crochet Flowers Pattern would make a beautiful centerpiece or decorative accent on a dining room table. A crochet rose pattern is a fun and inexpensive way to add a touch of spring to your decor. Best of all, you don't have to water these posies or even give them a second look. Instead, work them up quickly, place them in a vase and leave them out for everyone to admire. Once you learn how to crochet a rose, you'll never want to step foot in a flower shop every again. Be sure to use pink or red yarn so your flowers look extra life-like.
 

 

 

Materials:

  • Yarn: Lily® Sugar ’n Cream (Solids: 70.9 g/2.5 oz/109 m/120 yds) (Ombres: 56.7g/2 oz/86 m/95 yds)- Bouquet of 15 Flowers
  • Main Color (MC) (00144 Strawberry) 1 ball
  • Contrast A (00046 Rose Pink) 1 ball
  • Contrast B (01740 Hot Pink) 1 ball
  • Contrast C (01712 Hot Green) 2 balls
  • Crochet Hook: Size 4 mm (U.S. G or 6) crochet hook or size needed to obtain gauge
  • Light green floral wire

Size:
Full Flower: Approx 4 ins [10 cm] wide.
Flower Bud: Approx 2 ins [5 cm] long.

Gauge: 15 sc and 16 rows = 4 ins [10 cm].

 


15 Amazing Ideas for Easy Crochet Flowers + Instructions

In the dead of winter, flowers can really brighten your day. If you need a little pick me up, consider working on one the crochet flower patterns featured in 15 Amazing Ideas for Easy Crochet Flowers + Instructions. In this collection, you'll find patterns for lillies, roses and even daisies. Create a garden from the comfort of your very own home - all you need is a hook and yarn. These projects are quick, easy and fun, so you'll never get bored. A free crochet flower pattern is the perfect way to enjoy the best aspects of spring without hoping on a plane.


 

 

 

Instructions:

FULL FLOWER
(Make 3 each with MC, A and B).
Ch 4, leaving a long end to use for gathering center closed when Rose is complete. Join with sl st in first ch to form a ring.
1st rnd: Ch 1. (2 sc. 2 hdc. 2 dc. 3 tr) all in ring. Join with sl st in first sc.
2nd rnd: Working behind 1st rnd, ch 1. Sl st between first 2 sc. Ch 3. Sl st between next 2 hdc. Ch 3. Sl st between next 2 dc. Ch 3. Sl st between next 2 tr. Ch 3. Sl st after last tr. Ch 3. Join with sl st to first sc. 5 ch-3 loops.
3rd rnd: *Ch 1. (5 dc. Sl st) in next ch-3 loop. Rep from * around. Join with sl st in first ch 1. 5 petals.
4th rnd: Working behind last rnd, ch 1. 1 sc in same sp as last sl st. *Ch 5. Sl st in sp between next 2 petals. Rep from * 3 times more. Ch 5. Join with sl st in first sc. 5 ch-5 loops.
5th rnd: *Ch 1. (2 dc. 4 tr. 2 dc. Sl st) in next ch-5 loop. Rep from * around. Join with sl st in first ch 1. 5 petals.
6th rnd: Working behind last rnd, ch 1. 1 sc in same sp as last sl st. *Ch 7. Sl st in sp between next 2 petals. Rep from * 3 times more. Ch 7. Join with sl st in first sc. 5 ch-7 loops.
7th rnd: *Ch 1. (3 dc. 5 tr. 3 dc. Sl st) in next ch-7 loop. Rep from * around. Join with sl st in first ch 1. 5 petals. Fasten off.
Thread end at starting ring onto a tapestry needle and gather center tog tightly to close flower.

FLOWER BUD
(Make 2 each with MC, A and B).
With C, ch 2.
1st rnd: 5 sc in 2nd ch from hook. Join with sl st in first sc.
2nd rnd: Ch 1. (2 sc in next sc. 1 sc in next sc) twice. 2 sc in last sc. Join with sl st in first sc. 8 sc.
3rd rnd: Ch 1. (2 sc in next sc. 1 sc in next sc) 4 times. Join MC, A or B with sl st in first sc. 12 sc. Break C.
4th rnd: With MC, A or B, ch 1. Working in back loop only of each sc work 1 sc in same sp as last sl st. 1 sc in each sc around. Join with sl st to first sc.
5th rnd: Ch 1. 1 sc in same sp as last sl st. *Miss next sc. 5 sc in next sc – shell made. Miss next sc. 1 sc in next sc. Rep from * twice more. Miss next sc. Shell in next sc. Miss next sc. Join with sl st in first sc.
6th rnd: Working behind last rnd, ch 1. 1 sc in same sp as last sl st. *Ch 4. Sl st in sp between next 2 petals. Rep from * once more. Ch 4. Join with sl st in first sc. 3 ch-4 loops.
7th rnd: *Ch 1. (4 dc. 1 hdc. 1 sc. Sl st) in next ch-4 loop. Rep from * twice more. Join with sl st in first ch 1. Fasten off.

STEMS (make 15). With C, ch 51.
1st row: 1 sc in 2nd ch from hook. 1 sc in each ch to end of ch. 50 sc. Fasten off.

LEAVES (make 30): With C, ch 5.
1st rnd: 1 sc in 2nd ch from hook. 1 hdc in next ch. 1 dc in next ch. 5 dc in last ch. Working into opposite side of ch into rem loops, 1 dc in next ch. 1 hdc in next ch. 1 sc in last ch. Join with sl st to first sc. Fasten off.

FINISHING
Cut floral wine in lengths to fit stems and weave through stem. Sew 2 leaves to each stem. Attach Full Flowers or Flower Buds to stem end.

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I wish there was a video of how to crochet the full flower and the flower bud too the pattern is tricky.

I love the roses. I want to make this for my Aunt for MOTHERS DAY if i can figure out rnd2

On 2nd rnd you work behind 1st rnd can you explain is that like a back post or how do you do that I have tried many ways and it doesn't look right

I like the daisies but these roses are just beautiful..so colorful and bright

They are both very beautiful, and it was a hard choice to make, but the roses are still the international favorite.

I like this one the best because it has more color to it.

Well i like the daisies... but these roses would add more color and brightness to any kitchen. I love this pattern!

I love roses! Hoping this pattern is easy enough for someone who is familiar with most of the regular stitches...

I too love the roses. the other is uninteresting. missmack

Since roses are my favorite flower, there is no contest. ROSES

Love the roses - beautiful!

It was a very close call, but I think I like the pink roses bouquet just a teeny bit better than the daisies. But I love the daisies, too.

These are more than beautiful. Will look better in milk glass.

It's a very nice site!!! Where can I find a lace collar with screen to crochet work?

Fantastic MORE!

I made this gorgeous rose, but I'm having trouble gathering the center together. Could you please help?

I also love this flower but an not understanding the gathering part. Can anyone expand on this ? I see the question was brought up clear back in 2009 but there is not any reply. Thanks . Mamacobber@yahoo.com

Its A very nice site i enjoy making crafts

These are very pretty! They would be great for wedding anniversaries and Valentines day, etc. But I would like to expand on that idea and make Black and Orange roses for Halloween and Red, Green and White ones for Christmas. Thanks for inspiring me! Rebecca

I found the stem on this pattern to not make much sense....what I did is on the last 4-5 stitches, instead of single crochet I did two dc's in one stitch, then 2 tc's in each of the last stitches and went around the end and did the same on the other side of each stitch... this creates an oval that I used to cover the back of the flower after the center is gathered together by whiping it up.... it also gives the stem a little bit more stability. Before I covered it I also wrapped the wire around the back of the flower, because I found that it flopped around alot.

I need detailed instructions on how to gather the center together. Mine does not look right. I have crocheted for years, but this is unclear.

looks nice but pls describe how you thread and gather the center together

Thread end at starting ring onto a tapestry needle and gather center tog tightly to close flower. Please explain how you gather the center tog tightly. The center is tight, but the other petals are loose. Beautiful flower for my niece's hat. Thank you.

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