How To Crochet A Tiny Petunia Flower
I wanted to create a flower tiara for Petunia the Pig Lovey a couple of weeks ago and I needed them to be really small but still have the bell shape of a petunia flower (because my little piggy lovey was called Petunia).
I tweaked the pattern a few times, I changed the hook size and finally came out with this cute petunia mini flowers.
They are really tiny, but you can change the hook size or yarn weight to make them bigger to fit your project.
Use these petunia mini flowers as you like, I think they will look great on a hat or as earrings.
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- 2cm tall, 2.5cm in diameter
- crochet flowers
- red & pink DK yarn
- 3mm crochet hook
- sewing needle with an eye big enough to fit your yarn
Written in US terms.
|magic ring||inc – increase|
|yo – yarn over||dec – decrease|
|sl st – slip stitch||sc – single crochet|
|st(s) – stitch(es)||esc – extended single crochet|
Extended Single Crochet (esc) – insert hook into the stitch, yo and pull up a loop (2 loops on hook). Yo and pull through 1 loop (2 loops on hook), yo and pull through both loops on the hook.
Mini Petunia Flower Crochet Pattern
- Work in the round, without turning or closing the rounds.
- Use a stitch marker or a piece of yarn to mark the beginning of each round.
- The number at the end of each round is the number of stitch count.
- The pattern written between ** is that pattern that needs to be repeated.
With pink yarn and a 3mm crochet hook, create a magic ring
Round 1: 5sc into the magic ring, pull the tail of the magic ring to close it = 5
Round 2: sc in each stitch = 5
Round 3: inc x 6 = 10
Change colors to red
Round 4: *in next stitch work (sc, esc, sc), sl st in next stitch* x 5, sl st in the first stitch in the round to close the round, fasten off = 24
Weave in the red yarn ends. You can weave in the pink yarn ends as well or you can thread them through the bottom of the flower and make a knot. You can use them to tie the flower to your project.
Your crochet tiny petunia flower is now complete. If you found this tutorial helpful, please share and Pin! Follow me on Pinterest HERE
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