About Anemone Hepatica
Anemone Hepatica (Hepatica nobilis) or liverwort is a herbaceous perrenial plant related to the buttercups. The plant is native to woodland in Europe, Asia and North America.
The plant grows just a few inches high and has 3 fleshy lobed leaves, 3 bracts under the colourful oval sepals which can be anything between 5 and 10. The flowers are blue, purple, pink, or white and bloom in winter or spring.
How to Crochet an Anemone Hepatica Flower?
Anemone Hepatica Crochet Flower Pattern
- Embroidery cotton (6strands) colour A= blue, colour B = yellow
- Sewing thread colour C = white.
- 0.6mm steel hook, 1.75 mm steel hook.
Details of components
- blue flowers with 5-10 sepals, 3 green bracts at the back
- yellow centre and lots of white stamens.
Crochet Flower Pattern
Start: using colour A and 1.75mm hook, make 5ch, join with sl st
R1 make 7 petals in the ring: (13ch, skip 1st 2ch, make 1hdc, 3dc, 4tr, 2dc, 1sc, 1 sl st in the ring) x 7. Continue with the edge 12 sl st, pivot, 12 sl st on each petal. Fasten off A.
Start: using colour B and 0.6mm hook, make 2ch, skip 1st ch, make 4sc in the 2nd ch from hook, join with sl st, 1ch
R1: make 4sc, join with sl st, 1ch
R3: 1sc, skip next sc, 1 sl st to close the hole. Fasten off B. Pull the ball through the middle of corolla and sew at the back.
Start: using 1mm hook and colour D make (13ch, 1 clone knot, 13sl st) = 1 filament with stamen. Make about 12 filaments on 12-15ch. Sew the filaments all around the central ball.
This is it! The crochet flower pattern is ready!
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