I haven't got a name for this flower yet. It's tiny and purple. I think it is a weed, but doesn't really matter, flowers are all beautiful, whether they grow wild or nurtured by gardeners. Post a comment if you know this flower's name…
We got a name! It is the Blue-eyed Grass! Thank you Chris and Jean!
Tiny Purple Flower Crochet Pattern
Yarn: microfiber colour A= purple; sewing thread colour B= green; crochet cotton #5 colour C= white.
Crochet hook: 1.25mm
Details of components: calyx, petals, stamens
We’re going to crochet the three components individually and assemble the flower at the end:
– 5 purple petals inside a green tubular calyx
– white trilobal stamens in the centre of flower.
Start: using B (two ends), make 5ch, join with sl st, 1ch, continue work in round
R1: 10sc in ring, join with sl st, 1ch. Countinue in spiral 30sc.
Sepals: (4ch, 1sl st, 1sc, 1hdc, skip 1 st, 1sc in next st)x5 = 5 sepals. Finish off B.
Start: using A, make 5ch, join with sl st, 1ch, continue work in round
R1: 10sc in ring, join with sl st, 1ch. Continue in spiral 30sc.
R2: ((6ch, 1 puff st of 4trtr, 8ch, 1sl st), 1sc in next st) x 5 = 5 petals.
Start: using C, make 7ch, 3picot, join with sl st, turn and make 6sl st on the ch of chain.
Pull the stamens through the centre of the petals and push the petals inside the calyx.
The Tiny Purple Crochet Flower is ready!
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