Nothing says Spring like brightly colored flowers. Use them to dress up headbands, bags, or just about anything. These twisted loop flowers take just a few minutes to make, and are so much fun you’ll want to make them by the dozen! I’ve included a video tutorial as well, to show you how.
I used some scraps of worsted weight yarn for my flowers, so the gauge, size and yardage listed in the pattern is for worsted weight yarn. You can make these flowers in any weight of yarn or thread you like, but the finished size and yardage will vary.
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Twisted Loop Flowers
- Worsted weight yarn
- 1-2 yds center color (A)
- 10 yds petal color (B)
- Size H / 5 mm hook, or size needed to obtain gauge
- Yarn needle
Easy – chain loops and single crochet worked in the round.
2-2.5 inches in diameter.
Exact gauge is not critical. Use flower pattern as a gauge swatch. If your flower comes out to a size and texture you like, your gauge is fine.
(Pattern is written in US terms)
- ch = chain
- sc = single crochet
- st(s) = stitch(es)
- rnd = round
- RS = right side
- WS = wrong side
With A, ch 2
Rnd 1 (WS): 6 sc in 2nd ch from hook. Fasten off. Turn. (6 sts)
Rnd 2 (RS): With RS facing, and working in back loops only, join B by pulling up a loop in any stitch. Ch 9, (sl st in next st, ch 9) around, sl st in same st as joining. Do not turn. (6 ch-9 loops).
Rnd 3: (Twist next ch-9 loop half a turn towards your hook – this is to the right for right handed crocheters and to the left for left handed crocheters. 9 sc in loop) around, join with sl st in first sc, fasten off.
Weave in all ends.
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