Crochet Flower Garland Tutorial

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After making my crochet heart garland before Valentine’s Day, I thought I’d have a go at a crochet flower garland. There are lots of free flower patterns around the Blogosphere so I started with one I found at Sarahndipities. But after starting, I kind of went off at a tangent.

crochet flower garland pink

So here’s the instructions for what I actually did:

1. Chain 4,  then slipstitch into the first stitch to make a ring

2. Into that ring, work 9 single crochet (SC), then slipstitch into the first SC

3. Chain 3, 2 treble crochet into the first SC, slipstitch into the next SC.

4. Next petal: 3 treble crochet into the next SC, slipstitch into the next SC

5. Repeat Step 4 until you have 5 petals

6. Chain 25

7. Count back 4 stitches and slipstitch into that crochet to form a ring. This is the start of your next flower so go from Step 2 to create the next flower.

Keep going until you have as many flowers in your garland as you want!

A little note: I’ve never written crochet instructions before so please let me know if they don’t make sense.

 

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  1. says

    Thanks so much for linking this up to Thriving on Thursdays Tonya. It was great of you to stop by. The party starts in just over 12 hours. Would love to see what you’ve been up to this week.

    Anne @ Domesblissity xx

  2. cindy says

    I just worked on it tonight and I did it ! I have six flower pedals but I love it ! I’m teaching myself to crochet so this is a is a major accomplishment for me — so thrilled

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