CROCHET PATTERNS (Pattern #52 Japanese Anemone) – 365 Flowers Bouquet Project

Introduction

Flower of the day is a Japanese Anemone inspired by a photograph taken by Maria from Ravelry. It is my second anemone design, but I couldn’t resist the challenge. The flower in the photo is so beautiful. I wish for the pattern to resemble just half of its beauty. The plant, also known as Anemone hupehensis or windflower is native of China and has been naturalized in Japan for centuries. The anemones don’t have true petals, the showy portion of the bloom, white, pink or red colour are actually the sepals.

If you are familiar with Ravelry and you’d like to have a go at my patterns, join us at 365 Crochet Flowers Bouquet on Ravelry. I can only imagine that some might have trouble with following the instructions on the more complex patterns. And I know… my instructions can be a bit brief… Time can be such an obstacle.

Inspiration

Japanese Anemone Crochet Pattern

Japanese Anemone

Japanese Anemone Crochet Pattern

 

How to Crochet a Japanese Anemone?

Crochet Yarn

  • embroidery cotton colour A = green, colour B = yellow, colour C = white.

Crochet Hook

  •  1mm steel hook, 2mm steel hook.

Details of components

  •    green button shape array of stigmas in the centre of the flower surrounded by a ring of yellow stamens
  •    5 white sepals.

Crochet Pattern

Green Stigmas’ Ball

Start: using A and 2mm hook make 3ch, join in ring with sl st, 1chCentre of the flower

R1: 6sc in the ring, join with sl st, continue in spiral making 18sc, 1ch.

R2: (3sts-sc dec) x2 = 2sts. Finish off A.

Stamens

Start: using B and 2mm hook make 6ch and join in ring with sl st

R1: 10sc, join in ring with sl st, 1ch

R2: working only on the front loops, make 2 fur stitches in each of the 10sts = 20 fur sts, join with sl st. Finish off B.

Crocheted StamensFur Crochet Stitch

Sepals

Start: using C and 1mm hook pick up 20sts from the back of the stamens working sc (push loops to the back), join with sl st in ring, 1ch

Change to 2mm hook, turn work and continue:

_R1:4sc, 1ch; R2: 4sc, 1ch; R3: inc to 6sc, 1ch; R4: inc to 8sc, 1ch;

R5: 8sc, 1ch; R6: inc to 10sc, 1ch; R7: inc to 12sc, 1ch; R8: 12sc, 1ch;

R9: 12sc, 1ch; R10: 12sc, 1ch; R11: 3sts-sc dec, 6sc, 3sts-sc dec = 8sts, 1ch;

R12: 2sts-sc dec, 4sc, 2sts-sc dec = 6sts, 1ch;

R13: 2sts-sc dec, 2sc, 2sts-sc dec = 4sts, 1ch;

R14: 1sc, 2sts-sc dec, 1sc, 1ch.

Repeat from _ 4 times to make the 5 sepals.

After finishing the last sepal, continue with dc, sc and sl sts on the edge of the sepal towards the centre of the flower. Finish off C.

Trim the fur loops to a length of ½ inch, introduce the green centre in the stamens’ ring an secure them all together.

 Anemone Crocheted Sepal

Sepal with edge

Conclusion

This is it! Japanese Anemone is ready!  

Japanese Anemone Crochet Pattern closeup Crochet Japanese Anemone

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Feel free to post any comments and/or feedback about this crocheting pattern in the comments section. I do read them frequently and it helps me improve the quality of my future crochet patterns.

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Until tomorrow, I wish you all: Happy Crocheting!

-Camelia

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2 Responses to CROCHET PATTERNS (Pattern #52 Japanese Anemone) – 365 Flowers Bouquet Project

  1. Robbie Overby says:

    Love your flowers. Here is a link to a flower on snowcatcher that is wonderful. Might be good inspiration. http://snowcatcher.smugmug.com/Seasons/Summer/Summer-Come-Summer-Go/i-jTP5nLF/0/M/DLA76157-M.jpg.

    Thanks for all the time you spend making flower patterns for me to crochet!
    Robbie

  2. Mireya says:

    Este blog es maravilloso, las flores son espectaculares, muchas gracias por compartir seguiré visitándolo a menudo.

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