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Today's challenge is a red anemone photographed by Louise from Louise Docker Photography.
Anemone Flower Crochet Pattern
Yarn: crochet viscose in colour A= black, cotton thread in colour B=pink, colour C=red
Crochet hook: 1.25mm, 2.5mm
Details of components:
– Huge ball shaped stigma sorrounded by lots of stamens
– Petals –6 pieces round shape, red colour with pink base.
Start: using A and 1.25mm hook, make 3ch, join with sl st into a ring
R1: make 6 sc in ring, join with sl st, 1ch
R2: (1sc, 1sc)x6 = 12sc, join with sl st, 1ch
R3: 12sc, join with sl st, 1ch; R4: same
R5: (1sc, skip 1sc)x6 = 6sc, join with sl st, 1ch
R6: (1sc, skip 1sc)x3 = 3sc, skip 1sc, 1sc (in round); do not cut thread, continue with the stamens.
R1: make 2ch, and 8sc in the 2nd ch from hook, join with sl st, 1ch
R2: (1sc, 6ch, 1 small Clones knot, 5sl st to return to ring, 1sc)x8. Change to B and finish off A.
R1: (RS) using B make (1ch, 1sc in between the stamens working behind them loosely)x2 = 16st, join with sl st
R2: (RS) change to 2.5mm hook, make 16sc, join with sl st, 2ch
R3: (RS) (1sc, 1sc, 2sc)x5, 2sc, 2sc = 24st, join with sl st. Change to C and finish off B.
R4: (RS) using C make 1ch, (2sc)x4 =8st, 2ch
R5: (WS) 8sc, 2ch
R6: (RS) increase 1 st on the side, 8sc, increase 1 st = 10st, 2ch
R7: 10sc, 2ch
R8: (RS) increase 1 st on the side, 10sc, increase 1 st = 12st, 2ch
R7: 12sc, 2ch R8: same; R9: same; R10: same; R11: same;
R12: decrease 1 st on each side = 10sc, 2ch
R13: 10sc, 2ch;
R14: decrease 1 st on each side = 8sc, 2ch
R15: 8sc, 2ch;
R16: decrease 2 st on each side = 4sc and continue with sl st on the edge of the petal, down towards the pink base.
(Repeat from R4 to R16) x5 => 6 petals, continue on the edge with sc st over all petals making a picot on top of each petal. Finish off.
Crochet Anemone is ready!
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