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Butterfly Weed Crochet Flower

By: Sue from Crochet Addict

This Butterfly Weed Crochet Flower is a lovely way to liven up any one of your projects.  From afghans to scarves, hats to mittens, this sweet crochet flower pattern makes the perfect springtime embellishment.  You can easily make this lovely flower in any color you'd like, and it would make a beautiful bouquet to have on display in your living room or kitchen.  With easy crochet flower patterns like this, you can bring the beauty of spring into your home in no time at all!

Butterfly Weed Crocheted Flower


  • 5 mm (H) crochet hook
  • 4g yarn of your choice


At the end of each round just carry on, do not join with a slip stitch unless otherwise marked. Mark the start of each round and then move marker as a round is completed.

Ch 5 – join with ss to create a ring

  1. Round 1) 12 sc in the ring, join with a ss to 1st sc (12)
  2. Round 2) Ch 6, 1 ss in next st, *1 ss in next st, ch 6, 1 ss in next st* x 5 (6 petals)
  3. Round 3) 1 ss into 1st petal (loop), (2 sc, 2 hdc, 1 dc, 2 hdc, 2 sc, 1 ss) in same petal, *in next petal (1 ss, 2 sc, 1 dc, 2 hdc, 2 sc, 1 ss) x 5, ss to join to 1st ss, finish (6 petals)

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This crochet flower is a little different than most because it's more open, so I made some to put on a ruffle on a dress for an Amigurumi doll I'm making. I used a smaller gauge crochet hook so they would be smaller. This little bit of embellishment really polished the finished look on the doll.


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