CROCHET PATTERNS (Crochet Flower Pattern #137 Jack-in-the-pulpit) – 365 Crochet Flowers Bouquet Project

 

About Jack-in-the-pulpit

Jack-in-the-pulpit (Arisaema triphyllum) is a herbacious bulbous plant native to eastern North America. It is a perennial tall plant with tri-foliate leaves and an inflorescence that is similar to a calla lily. They have a green/yellow spathe with purple or brown stripes. The spandix – Jack is covered with tiny florets of both sexes.

How to Crochet a Jack-in-the-pulpit flower?

Inspiration

Jack-in-the-pulpit Crochet Flower Pattern

Jack-in-the-pulpit photo Jack-in-the-pulpit crochet flower pattern

Crochet Yarn

  • Embroidery cotton (6strands) colour A = brown, B = yellow/green.

Crochet Hook

  • 1.75 mm steel hook.

Details of components

  • green/yellow spathe with brown stripes protecting a brown spandix in the centre.

Crochet Flower Pattern

Crochet Spandix & StemJack-in-the-pulpit crochet stigma

Start: using colour A, make 2ch, skip 1st ch, make 4sc in the 2nd ch, join with sl st.

Continue working in spiral for 1 inch.

Insert a toothpick inside the tube and continue working until covered (i.e. 3 ½ inch).Jack-in-the-pulpit stigma and stem

Crochet SpatheJack-in-the-pulpit starting the spathe

Start: using colour B, make 42ch, skip 1st ch and make 41sc, change to colour A, 1ch, turn

R1: 40sc, 1ch, turn

R2: skip 1st st, 25hdc, 13sc, 2sc in the last sc, change to colour B, 1ch, turn

R3: 39sc, 1ch, turn

R4: skip 1st sc, 37sc, 2sc in the last sc, change to colour A, 1ch, turn

R5: 38sc, 1ch, turnJack-in-the-pulpit R14

R6: skip 1st st, 21hdc, 15sc, 2sc in the last sc, change to colour B, 1ch, turn

R7: 3sl st, 33sc, 1ch, turn

R8: skip 1st sc, 2sts-sc dec, 29sc, 1sl st, change to colour A, 1ch, turn

R9: 1sl st, 29sc, 1ch, turn

R10: skip 1st sc, 2sts-hdc dec, 14hdc, 9sc, 1sl st, change to colour B, 1ch, turn

R11: 1sl st, 20sc, 1ch, turn

R12: skip 1st sc, 2sts-sc dec, 15sc, 1sl st, change to colour A, 1ch, turn

R13: skip 1st sc, 1sl st, 14sc, 1ch, turn

R14: skip 1st sc, 2sts-hdc dec, 6hdc, 3sc and continue with sc down the edge and on the bottom edge

R15: we start working the right hand side of the spathe: 1ch, 40sc, 1ch, turn

R16: skip 1st st, 25hdc, 13sc, 2sc in the last sc, change to colour B, 1ch, turn

R17: 39sc, 1ch, turn

R18: skip 1st sc, 37sc, 2sc in the last sc, change to colour A, 1ch, turn

R19: 38sc, 1ch, turn

R20: skip 1st st, 21hdc, 15sc, 2sc in the last sc, change to colour B, 1ch, turn

R21: 3sl st, 33sc, 1ch, turn

R22: skip 1st sc, 2sts-sc dec, 29sc, 1sl st, change to colour A, 1ch, turn

R23: 1sl st, 29sc, 1ch, turnJack-in-the-pulpit finished spathe

R24: skip 1st sc, 2sts-hdc dec, 14hdc, 9sc, 1sl st, change to colour B, 1ch, turn

R25: 1sl st, 20sc, 1ch, turn

R26: skip 1st sc, 2sts-sc dec, 15sc, 1sl st, change to colour A, 1ch, turn

R27: skip 1st sc, 1sl st, 14sc, 1ch, turn

R28: skip 1st sc, 2sts-hdc dec, 6hdc, 3sc and continue with sc down the edge and on the bottom edge until middle of spathe. Fasten off.

Assembly

Wrap the spathe around the stigma (about 1 ½ below the tip) and sew together.

Jack-in-the-pulpit wrap spathe around stigma Jack-in-the-pulpit sew together

Conclusion

This is it!  The crochet flower pattern is ready!

Jack-in-the-pulpit crochet flower patternJack-in-the-pulpit crochet pattern

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Happy Crocheting!

_Camelia

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