A free pattern for two layer crochet flowers that only take a couple of minutes to make! All you will need are some small scraps of yarn to make these crochet flowers, and you will be whipping up a bunch of them to share in no time!
Even a beginner can enjoy this easy 7 petal flower crochet pattern. You will find written instructions and a helpful photo tutorial below.
How to Crochet a Flower in Layers
You will first create the flower centre. Add your first layer of petals. (You could stop here and use this small crochet flower as it is!) Holding this layer forward you will work behind the back of the petals from round 2, to create a chain loop between each petal.
For your final round, you will use each chain space to create another layer of petals to form your double layer flower.
Center of the Two Layer Crochet Flower
You will start by crocheting 4 chains which you will join together to form a ring, and then work single crochets into this ring.
You can use a contrast color for the centre which changes the look of the flower and use different colors for the petals if you wish.
How to use Crochet Flowers
The Free pattern for these pretty flowers only takes minutes to make, and are perfect embellishments to your projects.
- A simple crochet flower or two can look beautiful added as an accent to a baby blanket.
- Add a beautiful flower to a hair clip
- You can add a pin to the back of a pretty crochet flower to make a brooch
- Attach a small flower in bright colors to a child’s hat
- Add some cute flowers to a Crochet Pillow
You may like this free pattern for Bramble Flowers
Best Yarn for Crochet Flowers
I use scraps of DK weight yarn for my flowers, but you can use any yarn weight you wish – just use a matching hook. My favourite yarn for making flowers is a cotton yarn as it washes well, keeps its shape and comes in a huge selection of colors!
With excellent stitch definition, cotton yarn is perfect for smaller projects like these crochet flowers.
More Free Crochet Flower Patterns
You can find lots of free crochet flower patterns here on my blog. Anyone who follows me on Instagram knows how much I love creating flowers in all the colors!
You could also make some crochet leaves to add to your flowers, and you can find a leaf pattern in this post below. Just click the link
Only basic stitches are used in this pattern. With a little practice, even an adventurous beginner can make this crochet flower.
Pattern is written in US crochet terms
Each flower measures approx 3in [7.5cm] across in DK weight yarn used
Gauge is not important for this project.
- Small amounts of DK weight Yarn. I used King Cole Cottonsoft DK
- 4mm crochet hook (use a 4.5mm hook if you crochet tightly)
- Yarn Needle to weave in threads
- You can use any yarn weight you choose and a matching hook
US Crochet terms
sc single crochet
dc double crochet
sl st slip stitch
Two Layer Crochet Flower Pattern Instructions
Using first color, chain 4, sl st into 1st ch to form into a ring
Round 1: Ch 1 (does not count as a st) work 14 sc into ring, join with a sl st to first sc. Fasten off yarn (Pic 1)
Round 2: Using next color, join in any sc, ch 2, 1 dc in same st, [1 dc, ch 2, sl st] in next st, * sl st into next st, ch 2, 1 dc in same st, [1 dc, ch 2, sl st] in next st; rep from * 6 times – 7 petals (Pic 2)
With right side of flower facing you, you will now work behind row 2. Hold the petals forward so you can see your work (Pic 3)
Round 3: Working behind round 2, sl st into sp between 2 petals (insert hook into 2 loops to create a stable base to work from), ch 3, *sl st into sp between next 2 petals, ch 3; rep from * 6 times, sl st to 1st sl st – 7 x ch-3 loop spaces
Round 4: Sl st into first ch-3 sp, (ch 2, 3 dc, ch 2, sl st) in same sp, (sl st, ch 2, 3 dc, ch 2, sl st) in each ch-3 sp around. Fasten off yarn and weave in all threads – 7 petals (Pic 4 & 5)
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