Tuesday, 15 November 2011

How to Crochet a Easy Rose - Written and video tutorial




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Progress photo's supplied by Tara - Check out her Youtube Channel here - http://www.youtube.com/user/tjkoch88


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US terms used
Ingredients
Yarn of your choice with recommended hook
Sewing needle
The flower is quite large

We DO NOT count the chains
Make a chain    
60cm/24 inches long for a large flower
50cm/20 inches long for a medium flower
40cm/16 inches long for a small flower
30cm/12 inches long for a mini flower
Here are some notes from testers -
Lisa writes - I did your large rose with a 5-ply bulky weight yarn (Premier yarns serenity chunky weight) and a J-hook (6.00mm), used 125 feet and I love it.

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LaVonne says - For the large rose I used RH red with a G hook and it took 1/2 once to make. This is going to be a good decorative pattern for bags and hats 
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Marci from Crochetville says - I used an f hook and baby weight yarn approx 12 yards.
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A wonderful friend has taken her own progress photo's. See here for more details



Sl st – slip stitch
Ch - chain
sc - single crochet
dc – double crochet
FO – finish off
1)      sc into the 2nd ch from the hook, 1 sc into every st across, turn


2)      *ch 3, skip 2 st, sc into the next st*, repeat from * to * - when you get to the end if you don’t have the correct amount of stitches left sc into the last stitch J turn
3)      Ch 3, work 3 dc into the ch 3 space, ch3, sl st into the same ch 3 space that you just worked the 3 dc into. Slip stitch into the next ch 3 space, ch 3, 3 dc into the chain 3 space, ch 3, slip st into same ch 3 space



4)      Repeat row 3 until the end. FO leaving a 30cm/12inch tail



Sewing up
Starting at the end where you left the chain, coil/roll up the flower stitching though the sc’s from row 1 as you go to secure the flower in place




15 comments:

Misty said...

I used very little yarn. Red Heart white size 4.
A size 3.75 / E hook.
I made a small rose about 3 inches across.
The pattern is very easy to follow and I enjoyed making and because it was so easy I will end up using again. It will look great on headbands, hats, scarfs and even some purses. Thank you for taking the time to make such a great tutorial.

bdrcollie2006 said...

I made a small rose with red heart yarn and a sz H hook. easy to read instructions made it fun, it was very fast to make and looks better than a lot of rose patterns out there. It took about 1/2 ounce of yarn for the small one. it measures about 3 1/2 inches across. I did take pics, but it wont let me upload them here. thanks much for the easy pattern for a nice rose.

Whydiss said...

I have blogged this tutorial and given credit back to you, hope you don't mind. It is a very easy pattern to follow and having the youtube clip as reference makes it a super easy tutorial. My daughter loves these flowers and wears them in her hair with a clip.

Whydiss said...

http://whydiss.blogspot.com/2011/11/crochet-along-with-bobwilson123-flower.html

Tara said...

Thanks for the youtube channel shout out! I really appreciate it:).

Sheri Salatin said...

Love this pattern! You made it so easy with the video tutorial. Thank you for sharing!!

Anonymous said...

un grand merci pour tous les modeles que tu as partagé Facile a réaliser c"est un vrai plaisir
Thanks a lot Saby

Anonymous said...

My granddaughter wanted to make roses for her crocheted purses. This video will be perfect for her. She is 11 and very creative. Thank you for sharing!!

Anonymous said...

Love this rose...it's my first time crocheting and
now thanks to you i can make something so beautiful.

Maggie

TheOtherJessica said...

Thank you so much for posting this and your video! Ive just started crocheting and this was so beginner-friendly!

mysticfrog43 said...

Thank you so much for a very clear easy patterns to follow and the tutorials are so great and easy to follow too again love your projects . I have made grand kids those wrist warmers and a few friends too they love them so much . i will try to make some can cozies too : ) Keep up great work again thanks so much you inspired me to try different crochet projects thanks : )Happy Crocheting : )

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momofmany said...

This is the best pattern & so easy! Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!!! The video is also awesome!!!

Pam said...

In your pattern you have a row 4. In going back to the video obviously there is no row 4, just repeating the stitches in row 3 to the end. Just thought I'd mention it. Love the rose:)

Pam said...

In the written pattern it shows a row 4, when there is no row 4 just a repeat of the petals to the end of Row 3. Just thought I'd mention it..love the rose:)Tks

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