My next choice for a Clematis crochet pattern is Clematis Tangutica, which belongs to the yellow Clematis Species group. This flowering climbing vine blooms from July to October and bears golden bell-shaped flowers dangling like lanterns on the tip of the stems.
Clematis Tangutica Crochet Pattern
How to Crochet the Clematis Tangutica Flower?
- embroidery cotton colour A = yellow, colour B = green.
- 2mm steel hook.
Details of components
- 4 sepals bell-shaped flower at the end of a stem.
Start: using A and 2mm hook, make 4ch, join in ring with sl st, 1ch,
R1: make 8sc in the ring, join in ring with sl st, 1ch,
R2: (1sc, 2sc in next sc)x4 = 12sts, join in ring with sl st, 1ch,
R3: 12sc, join in ring with sl st
R4: same; R5: same
R6: (5ch, 4sts-trtr cluster as follows: 1 trtr in same st, 2 trtr in each on next 2sts, 1trtr in next st; 1picot, 6ch, 1 sl st in same st, 1 st st in next st)x4 = 4 sepals Finish off colour A.
Start: using B and 2mm hook, make 12ch, skip 1st ch, make sl st in next 11ch = 11sts. Finish off colour B.
Pull the stem through the centre of flower and make a knot at end of it. Turn the sepals a little bit upwards at the tip.
This is it! The Crochet Pattern for the Clematis Tangutica Flower is ready!
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