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Fabric Yarn Flower Crochet Tutorial by Jessie At Home

Fabric Yarn Flower
Free Crochet Pattern
Easy Skill Level
Designed by Jessie Rayot

With as little as 2 yards of fabric yarn, you can make this sweet little flower. It can be used to accessorize another yarnie project, it can be put on a pin back, a magnet, a hair band or clip, and a variety of other items to make all sorts of pretty little creations. This tutorial includes written instructions with many process photos, and a video.

Ravelry Link

Yarn:
at least 2 yards of fabric yarn such as:
Sullivans Yorganza
Red Heart Sassy

Hook:
Hook size is not so important, it does not affect the finished item. Just use a hook that is big enough that the yarn doesn’t slip off, and small enough to go through the holes. Something around 5mm works great for me.

Notions:
yarn needle
sharp scissors

Video Pattern:

Written Pattern:

Insert the hook in 4th hole of the yarn, and in each of next 4 holes, pull last loop through the rest, * insert hook in next 4 holes, pull last loop through the rest, repeat from * 8 more times, cut yarn, leaving a 5″ tail, pull the tail through the loop on the hook. Thread the end of the tail through a yarn needle and weave it through the loops of every other st back to the first st. Tie ends together to form a flower.

Here are some photos to show that step by step

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Insert the hook in the fourth hole of the fabric yarn.
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Insert the hook in each of the next 4 holes (5 loops on hook).
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Pull the last loop through the rest.
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Insert hook in each of the next 4 holes (5 loops on hook).
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Pull the last loop through the rest.
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Repeat the last 2 pictures 8 more times. Clip the yarn leaving 3 unworked holes.
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Wrap the yarn tail around the hook and pull it through the loop on the hook.
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The piece is now fastened off.
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Thread one of the tails through a yarn needle.
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Weave the yarn needle through the closest chain to the tail on your needle.
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Continue weaving back and forth through every other chain.
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Keep going…
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Once you have gone through the last chain, pull the tail tight to gather the flower.
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Tie the two ends together and your flower is done!

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3 Comments

3 Comments on Fabric Yarn Flower ~ Crochet Tutorial

  1. Florrie
    November 12, 2014 at 12:11 pm (3 years ago)

    Very pretty

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