CROCHET PATTERNS (Flower Crochet Pattern #6 Rose) – 365 Flowers Bouquet Project

 

Rose Crochet Pattern

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Louise’s choice for the day is a beautiful orange pink rose (latin name Rosa) in full bloom. Check out her amasing photos on http://louisedocker.com.au/  or on Louise Docker Photography Facebook page!

Inspiration

Rose

Rose Flower Crochet Pattern (Orange Pink)

Rose crochet pattern

INSTRUCTIONS:

Yarn: cotton thread in colour A= orange and tapestry cotton colour B= light pink, colour C= pink, colour D= green

Rose materials

Crochet hook: 2.5mm

Wire for the stem: 25cm

Details of components:

–         Petals – orange in the centre and turning into pink on the edges.

–         Sepals – green cylinder where the petal bunch will be finally secured.

We’ll not make the centre of the flower, because the stamens and stigma are not revealed. The rose bud is slighlty closed.

METHOD:

Petals – style 1 (string of 6)

R1: using A, make 11ch, turn and continue with 3dc in the 3rd ch from the hook; work 2tr and 6dc until the end of ch row, 1ch, turn

R2: 10sl st, 1ch, turn and make 3sl st on the other side of ch row, 3ch, 3tr in the 4th st from the hook, 8dc until the end of ch row, 2ch

Repeat R1 & R2 6 times = 6 petals

Rose crochet petal style1 Rose petal style1

Rose petals style1

Petals – style 2 (string of 3)

R1: using A, make 13ch, turn and continue with 3dc in the 3rd ch from the hook; work 10dc until the end of ch row, 2ch, turn

R2: 12sc, 1ch, turn and make 4sl st on the other side of ch row, 3ch, 3tr in the 4th st from the hook, 4tr, 6dc until the end of ch row, 2ch

Repeat R1 & R2 3 times = 3 petals

 Rose petal style2 Rose petal style2

Petals – style 3 (string of 3)

R1: using A, make 10ch, change to B but do not cut A and make another 3ch, turn and continue with 4dc in the 3rd ch from the hook; twist yarns, change to A, do not cut B and work 1ch, 10dc until the end of ch row, 3ch, turn

R2: 9dc, cut A and change to B, make 1ch, 3dc, 1ch, turn and make 4sl st on the other side of ch row, 3ch, 5tr in the 4th st from the hook change to A, cut B; make 1ch, 4tr, 6dc until the end of ch row, 2ch, change to C

Repeat R1 & R2 3 times = 3 petals

Petals – style 4 (string of 6)

R1: using C, make 13ch, turn and continue with 3dc in the 3rd ch from the hook; work 6dc, 2hdc, 2sc until the end of ch row, 2ch, turn

R2: 2sc, 2hdc, 8dc, 1ch, turn and make 4sl st on the other side of ch row, 5ch, 4dtr in the 4th st from the hook, 4tr, 2dc, 2hdc, 1sc until the end of ch row, 2ch

Repeat R1 & R2 6 times = 6 petals

Rose crochet petals

Place the string of petals flat, thread a tapestry needle with C and work a running stitch at the base straight edge. Pull the thread and roll the string with the style 1 of petals in the centre. Secure the flower shape.

Sepals

Start: using D, make 4ch, join with sl st

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

R2: 1ch, (1sc, (1sc, 1sc))x5, join with sl st

R3: 1ch, 15sc, join with sl st

R4: (4  ch, turn, 1sc, 1hdc, 1dc, skip 2st and 1sl st in the 3rd st)x5. Fasten off.

Position the petal bunch inside the sepals’ cylinder, stitch all around with D. Push the wire in the middle of the petal bunch.

Rose pattern assembly

The crochet rose is ready!

Crochet Rose Pattern

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Happy Crocheting!

_Camelia

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Irish based knitwear designer
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5 Responses to CROCHET PATTERNS (Flower Crochet Pattern #6 Rose) – 365 Flowers Bouquet Project

  1. Cindy says:

    Love this rose. Thank you

  2. meli_b says:

    Enjoy!

  3. Sherry Buenrostro says:

    Thank you so much for beautiful flower patterns!

  4. bikkandbikki says:

    lovely flowers and lovely patterns! Thanks so much!

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