Its been waaaayyy too long since I posted anything here. Apologises for the absence and any missed emails or queries you might have sent me. Life got a bit too busy there for a moment and in all the chaos that ensued, the blog kind of took a backseat.
But now I’m back, hoping to be more consistent as I have sooooo many patterns and tutorials that I want to share with all you amazing crafters out there.
And what better pattern to start with than the much promised and awaited Zoe Crochet Flower tutorial.
This is a super super easy pattern that consists only of 2 rounds!! So get your leftover yarns out and get making!!
Any yarn and a hook corresponding to the yarn size (I have used 10ply cotton yarn Paris by Drops Design and a 5mm hook for the flowers here)
A pair of scissors
A darning needle
st – stitch
sl st – slip stitch
sc – single crochet
tr – treble crochet
Pattern & Tutorial
Make 8 sc’s in the magic circle.
Planet June By June is a great blog for this tutorial. This link will take you to right-handed
instructions. On the top of the tutorial, you’ll find links to the left-handed instructions and the video tutorial.
Break yarn and weave in the end.
Join a new yarn with a sl st in any sc from round 1.
Ch 4. Make 3 tr in the same. Ch 4 and join with a sl st in the same st.
Continue making the same petal (Ch 4, 3 tr, ch 4, sl st) in the next 7 sc’s from round 1.
Finish the last petal by making a sl st in the same sc as the petal you just made. Break yarn and weave in the ends.
I have clearly not woven them in the pic below! 🙂
And Voila! Your cute little Zoe crochet flower is ready!
Now go ahead and make as many as you like.
These can be used as a brooch or a fridge magnet or Xmas tree ornament or as an embellishment to pretty much anything the mind can think of.
The possibilities are endless and I would LOVE to see what you make with them. If you share your makes on Instagram, then please do tag them using the #zoecrochetflower or #knitpurlhook tag so I can have a look at all the lovely flowers you make.
I hope you all enjoy making these little Zoe flowers as much as I have.
And, thank you so much for stopping by.