CROCHET PATTERNS (Crochet Flower Pattern #122 Flowering Almond) – 365 Crochet Flowers Bouquet Project


About Prunus (Cherry Tree)

Fruit trees like cherry, plum, peach, apricots are all included in the genus Prunus. Some of the species are deciduous, others are evergreen. Flowers bloom in shades of white or pink and typically have 5 petals, 5 sepals and lots of stamens.

I’ve chosen Prunus triloba also known as Flowering Almond for today’s design challenge. Originating in China, this variety is a deciduous shrub and has double flowers.

How to Crochet a Cherry Blossom – Flowering Almond Blossom?


Flowering Almond Crochet Pattern

 Cherry Prunus triloba

Flowering Almond crochet pattern

Crochet Yarn

  • Embroidery cotton (6strands) colour A= pink, colour B= dark pink, colour C = yellow, colour D= green.

Crochet Hook

  • 1.75 mm steel hook.

Details of components

  • overlapping multiple rows of pink petals
  • yellow stamens.

Crochet Flower Pattern

Cherry blossom crochet pattern

The Flowering Almond (Cherry Blossom) Crochet Pattern is available for purchase in: 

All photographs and crochet patterns instructions are the copyright of Meli Bondre. All patterns are for your personal use only.

If you have stumbled upon this page and you haven't heard about the 365 Crochet Flowers Bouquet Project, then feel free to check out the crochet patterns that I've designed so far.

Happy Crocheting!


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Irish based knitwear designer
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3 Responses to CROCHET PATTERNS (Crochet Flower Pattern #122 Flowering Almond) – 365 Crochet Flowers Bouquet Project

  1. Mary Linda Kirkland says:

    You are very talented! I love all of your flowers and think it is wonderful of you to share them with everyone. I look forward to your next posting of flowers.

    • Irmar says:

      For some reason, this particular flower is not shared, but sold. And it seems to be her last one in this project. Well, she probably got tired, and it’s more than understandable! A flower a week I can understand, but a new flower every day is a titanic effort, who could keep up with it for a whole year? However, we still have all those lovely patterns, enough to fill our crochet flower needs for a long long time.

      • Irmar says:

        Actually she did go on for the whole of October and the first three days of November 2012. Then she stopped, and there’s a couple more flowers recently.
        The directory for those two months, however, is not on the right column of the blog, but on the bottom of the central page. That’s what made me originally think that September was the last month.

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