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How To Make a Crochet Rose [FREE Pattern]

How To Make a Crochet Rose [FREE Pattern]

Looking for a quick and easy way to add delicate embellishment to your winter hat, scarf, shawl or blanket? Charlie Mumford has created a gorgeous crochet rose pattern which works up quickly, and enables you to create a whole bunch of crochet roses in no time at all! And if you’d like to do something a little more creative with these beautiful crochet flowers, you could pair them with some florist wire to create an entire crochet bouquet! Enhance your home decor with a bunch of flowers that never wilts, or give as a gift to someone special.

Time to Make: 30 minutes

Skill Level: Intermediate

You Will Need:


  • Ch – chain
  • SS – slip stitch
  • Htr- half treble
  • DC – double crochet

Crochet Rose Pattern:

Step 1:

Row 1: ch 61 (Image 1)

Step 2:

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Row 2: In 2nd ch from hook, 1dc then *ch2, skip next ch, 1dc into next ch* – repeat *to* to end of the chain.

Step 3:

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Row 3: Turn your work, ch1. In 1st chain space 3htr, ch1, ss.
In next chain space ss, ch1, 3htr, ch1, ss.
In next chain space ss, ch1, 3htr, ch1, ss.

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In the remaining 27 chain spaces, follow pattern as previous chain space, but alternate between 4htr and 5htr, so that your petals vary. It doesn’t matter too much if you lose track, as no two roses are the same! Fasten off and weave in the ends using your needle.

Step 4:

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Thread your needle with a length of yarn the same colour as your rose, and begin to role your rose starting with the smallest 3tr petals. Sew the rose together as you go along, until it is fully formed.

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You now have a beautiful crochet rose! Use a needle and thread to add it to hats, scarves or blankets, or create more crochet roses and combine them to produce a beautiful crochet bouquet!

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