Hyacinths (Hyacintus) are bulbous flowering plants native to Eastern Mediterranean, Iran and Turkmenistan.
The plant has a single spike of very fragrant flowers. The colour ranges from whites, pinks and violets, even yellow and red. The most common species is called Hyacinthus orientalis, or Garden Hyacinth.
How to Crochet a Garden Hyacinth Flower?
Garden Hyacinth Crochet Flower Pattern
- Embroidery cotton (6strands) colour A = pink, colour B = yellow, colour C = green.
- 1.75 mm steel hook.
Details of components
- a dense spike of bell-shaped flowers like miniature lilies (florets with 6 petals: 3 large and 3 small)
- yellow stamens
- long, narrow green leaves.
Crochet Flower Pattern
Start: using A and 1.75mm hook, make 4ch, join with sl st, 1ch, and continue in round
R1: 6sc in ring, join with sl st, 1ch,
R2: 6sc, join with sl st, 1ch,
R4: turn on WS (1sc, 8ch, 1sl st in the 3rd ch from hook, 1hdc and dc in next 4ch, make 1sc in the next sc in the ring) repeat 3 times = 3 large petals
R5: make 1 sl st into the last dc from petal on right hand side; * make 6ch 1sl st in the 2nd ch from hook and hdc in next 4ch, make 1sl st into the last dc from petal on left hand side. Repeat one time from * = 3 small petals.
Fasten off A.
I run out of yarn and time so I only managed to make 3 florets , but you should make as many as you can. The flower spike will look best with a dense flower arrangement.
Cut a 1 ½ inch piece of colour B thread, fold and pull it through the centre of the floret. Fasten at the back.
Crochet Flower Spike
Start: using colour C make 4ch, join with sl st, 1ch and crochet in spiral 5sc for a few inches. Push a cocktail stick inside the spike.
Sew the flowers to the flower spike.
This is it! The crochet flower pattern is ready!
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