CROCHET PATTERNS (Crochet Flower Pattern #129 Lady Tulip) – 365 Crochet Flowers Bouquet Project

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About Lady Tulip

Lady Tulip (Tulipa clusiana) is a spring-blooming perennial bulbous plant from the lilies family. It is native to Eastern Europe and Asia, and has been naturalized in California.

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The plant grows up to 15-30cm in height and has showy stick-shape flowers. They have three white petals and three pink sepals, 6 stamens with filaments shorted than the petals and a stigma with 3 lobes.

How to Crochet a Lady Tulip Flower?

Inspiration

Lady Tulip Crochet Flower Pattern

Lady Tulip photo

Lady Tulip crochet pattern

Crochet Yarn

  • Embroidery cotton (6strands) colour A = pink, colour B = green, colour C = yellow
  • Crochet cotton Size10 colour D = white.

Crochet Hook

  • 1mm, 1.75 mm steel hook.

Details of components

  • stick-shape flower with 3 pink sepals and 3 white petals
  • tall stigma with 3 lobes and 6 yellow stamens.

Crochet Flower Pattern

Lady Tulip crochet pattern

Lady Tulip (Tulipa clusiana)  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!

-Camelia

About Camelia

Irish based knitwear designer
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3 Responses to CROCHET PATTERNS (Crochet Flower Pattern #129 Lady Tulip) – 365 Crochet Flowers Bouquet Project

  1. Renee says:

    You advertise them as free then charge for the flowers on some of them I do not understand that. I give them away to cancer patients to brighten their day while having chemo because all I can do is crochet and needlework being physically challenged and live on limited income and do the best I can when someone gives me yarn and other thread to crochet or needlework with that way I bless others and others bless me.

    • Camelia says:

      Designing a pattern for a flower is a long process – it starts with research on the geographical region where it originates, research on the anatomy of the plant, royalty free photos that I could use on the website. After the research step is done, the sketching comes next, then yarns & colours selection, then designing and crochet the flower. As I mentioned before, the process is long taking between 4 to 8 hours. It was my decision to post for sale the patterns that took the longest time.

      There are over 150 patterns which I’ve posted for free, I’m sure that you’ll find more than one suitable for your needs. People which decide to buy one of my patterns just want to show me a sign of appreciation for the work that I’ve made available already for free. That is what they tell me anyway.

      So, I wish you good luck in your endevour. You don’t need to buy any pattern, just use from the free ones. 

  2. Winkie says:

    I have a problem with getting two right sides together with the bleeding heart pattern. I tried with thread crochet and baby weight yarn. What am I doing wrong?

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