Simple Crochet Flower Free Crochet Pattern

Simple Crochet Flower Free Crochet Patterns

The Simple Crochet Flower Free Crochet Pattern below is such a quick and easy crochet flower pattern that can be made in 10 minutes or less!

With crocheting this simple flower, all you are using are double crochets and chains to create a nice, beautiful. 

The crochet pattern below calls for #3 ply or DK Lightweight Yarn.  You can make appliques, earrings, flower arrangements and so much more.Y ou can use any type of yarn you would like to make your flowers bigger or smaller.  

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You can find the Ad-Free premium Simple Crochet Flower Crochet Pattern at my Ravelry Store or LoveCrafts or even my Etsy Shop for $1.50.

 

 

Information Needed to Crochet Flower

I used a variety of colors of the Paintbox DK Lightweight Yarn.  100% Acrylic.  3.5 oz (302 yds) (276 m)


Shop LoveCrafts and find some beautiful colors for your Simple Crochet Flowers.


Materials:
5-7 yds of #3 ply Lightweight or DK Weight Yarn
US F or 3.75 mm Crochet Hook
Tapestry Needle
Scissors

Stitches/Abbreviations Used:
ch = chain
dc = double crochet
sl st = slip stitch
sp = space
rep = repeat

Finished Size:  3” x 3”

  • Notes:
  • The flower is worked in the round.
  • The crochet pattern suggests using a US F or 3.75 mm Crochet Hook.
  • The Simple Flower can be made in any type of yarn, using a bigger or smaller hook.
Simple Crochet Flower Free Crochet Pattern

 

R1:  make magic circle (2 dc, ch 1) 7 times in magic circle.  pull to close magic circle.  sl st in 1st dc to join.  (14 dc & 7 ch 1)

Optional:  ch 3, (2 dc, ch 1) 7 times all in ch 1.  sl st in 1st dc to join.  (14 dc & 7 ch 1)

R2:  ch 1, sc in same sp, sc in next st.  (2 dc, ch 1, 2 dc) all in next ch-1 sp *sc in next 2 dc (2 dc, ch 1, 2 dc) all in next ch-1 sp.  rep from * around.  sl st in 1st st to join.  7 flower petals.  

Fasten off and weave in ends.

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You are done! It’s that simple! 

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Lacey Scarf Crochet Pattern

The Lacey Scarf Crochet Pattern is a new crochet pattern design.  It uses Truboo yarn from Lion Brand Yarn that creates a nice soft airy, lacy texture.  I am excited about this crochet design of the Lacey Scarf!  I designed it specifically for the Wraps, Scarves, & Cowls Spring Edition Blog Hop hosted by Madame Stitch.

 

 

 

From March 3-24, 2023 you can get daily FREE crochet patterns from the amazing crochet designers listed above.  You can find new crochet patterns that were specifically designed for this blog hop as well.  You can get free crochet patterns during the Wraps, Scarves, & Cowls Spring Edition Blog Hop hosted by Madame Stitch.  Click on the Button below to find out more.

 

 

 

If you have missed any of the free crochet pattern days, there is a Wraps, Scarves, & Cowls Spring Edition Bundle you can purchase for $15 with ALL of these fabulous crochet patterns ALL in one place!

 

 

My Lacey Scarf Crochet Pattern will be a FREE download on March 20, 2023 from 8a EST until March 21, 2023 7:59a EST.  The Lacey Scarf crochet pattern is a perfect design for Spring and Summer.  You can dress up your wardrobe, wear it as a head scarf, or wear it during any season of the year.  You can find more information about my Lacey Scarf Crochet Pattern below.

 

 

On March 20, 2023,  you will need to visit the Wraps, Scarves, and Cowls Spring Edition Blog Hop to get the Coupon Code needed to get a premium copy of my Lacey Scarf Crochet Pattern for FREE,  by clicking on the Button below.

 

 

You will need to bring the Coupon Code back here to use it during Checkout from my Ravelry Store.  After that you will get the FREE premium copy of the Lacey Scarf Crochet Pattern!

 

 

Be sure to visit the Wraps, Scarves, & Cowls Spring Edition Blog Hop hosted by Madame Stitch daily for some more exciting new crochet pattern designs!  Again, if you have missed any days, you can purchase the Bundle for $15.

 

I hope you Enjoy making my newest crochet design, the Lacey Scarf!  Visit my website to find some FREE crochet patterns or visit my Ravelry Store or my LoveCrafts Store where you will find all of my crochet patterns you can purchase for a small fee.  I would LOVE to see it, you will find all the places to connect with me below!

 

Below you will find out more information about the stitches used in the Lacey Scarf Crochet Pattern and all the information needed to make your own version!

The Lacey Scarf Crochet Pattern uses a crochet stitch that I designed a couple of years ago, the Lilac Cluster Stitch.  The Lilac Cluster Stitch uses the DC6TOG, Double Crochet 6 Together and the DC3TOG, Double Crochet 3 Together.

Because of this stitch is also used in the Lacey Scarf Crochet Pattern I made a Video Tutorial specifically for this design using my DC6TOG, Double Crochet 6 Together.  Therefor the video demonstrates how to do this stitch specifically for the Lacey Scarf.

 

 

I also made a Video Tutorial demonstrating the DC3TOG, Double Crochet 3 Together specifically used in the Lacey Scarf Crochet Pattern.

 

 

 

This crochet stitch was used in my Lilac Cluster Beanie Crochet Pattern and Lilac Cluster Cowl Crochet Pattern.

You can find the Lilac Cluster Beanie Crochet Pattern at my Ravelry and LoveCrafts Store.  Also you can find the Lilac Cluster Cowl Crochet Pattern at my Ravelry and LoveCrafts Stores.

 

 

I also used this stitch in my Oyster Shell Scarf Crochet Pattern.  You can find all of these crochet patterns at my Ravelry and LoveCrafts Stores for a small fee.  You can also find the Oyster Shell Scarf Crochet Pattern free on my website.

 

 

 

Information Needed for the Lacey Scarf Crochet Pattern

I used Lion Brand Truboo Yarn in 100% Rayon Yarn from Bamboo.  (3.5 oz/100 g) (241 yd/220 m)

Materials:
US J or 6 mm Crochet Hook
150 – 300 yds Light Weight Yarn
Scissors
Tapestry Needle


Abbreviations/Stitches Used:
ch = chain
st(s) = stitch(es)
sl st = slip stitch
sc = single crochet
dc = double crochet
dc3tog = double crochet 3 together
dc6tog = double crochet 6 together

Notes:
stitch count is a multiple of 3+2
scarf is worked in turning rows
ch 1 does NOT count as a stitch
ch 3 does NOT counts as a stitch
inside the crochet pattern there are 4 size to choose from.  Child, Teen, Small Adult and Large Adult consecutively

Gauge:
US J or 6 mm Crochet Hook
16 st x 8 rows = 4”


Special Stitches:

Double Crochet 3 Together

  • YO, insert hook into specified st, YO draw through 2 loops
  • YO, insert hook into same st, YO, draw through 2 loops
  • YO, insert hook into same st, YO, draw through 2 loops
  • YO, draw through all loops on hook

Double Crochet 6 Together

  • YO, insert hook into specified st, YO draw through 2 loops
  • YO, insert hook into same st, YO, draw through 2 loops
  • YO, insert hook into same st, YO, draw through 2 loops
  • YO, insert hook into same st, YO draw through 2 loops
  • YO, insert hook into same st, YO, draw through 2 loops
  • YO, insert hook into same st, YO, draw through 2 loops
  • YO, draw through all loops on hook

 

You can find the premium copy of the Lacey Scarf Crochet Pattern from my Ravelry Store or my LoveCrafts Store for a small fee.

 

 

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Simplicity Set Free Crochet Pattern

Fall is the perfect time of year to crochet Hats, Scarves and Gloves.  When the air starts getting chilly, you want to wear something that keeps warm and toasty.  This is why I am sharing with you one of the most used crochet patterns, the Simplicity Set Crochet Pattern.  This is a great Unisex crochet pattern that can be made for both Men and Women.

In today’s post I am sharing with you a free crochet pattern of the Simplicity Set.  In the Simplicity Set crochet pattern you will find patterns for a matching Hat, Scarf and Fingerless Gloves.  Inside the Simplicity Set Crochet Pattern you will find multiple sizes, Teens, Small & Large Adults.

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You can find the premium crochet pattern of my Simplicity Set Crochet Pattern for $1.50 at my Ravelry Store for a limited time as part on “Keep Our Kids Covered” Charity Drive.  Inside the premium crochet pattern there are 2 different styles to choose from.

 

 

 

 


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Information about the Simplicity Set Crochet Pattern

Materials:
US H Crochet Hook  or 5 mm
250-500 yards of #4 Worsted/Aran Weight Yarn
Scissors

Abbreviations:
ch = chain
sl st = slip stitch
sc = single crochet
dc = double crochet
alt ch 2 = alternate chain 2
rem = remaining
rep = repeat
sp = space

Notes:
ch 3 does count as a dc
alt ch 2 counts as a dc
the stitch count is a multiple of 4
Pattern written for: teen, small adult, large adult consecutively

Special Stitches:
alternate chain 2 – counts as a dc and takes the place of a chain 3 which makes a cleaner edge.

Gauge:
US H Crochet Hook or 5 mm
14 dc x 8 Rows = 4″

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Simplicity Beanie Crochet Pattern – #simplicitybeanie

Simplicity Beanie
Simplicity Beanie Crochet Pattern

R1:  ch 56 (64, 72) oin in the 1st ch, creating a circle, being careful not to twist the chain.  ch 3 and dc in each remaining st around.  56 (64, 72) dc

R2:  alt ch 2 or ch 3 and dc in each rem st around.  sl st in 1st st to join.  turn 56 (64, 72) dc

R3-R4:  alt ch 2 or ch 3 and dc in each remaining st around.  sl st in 1st st to join.  Turn 56 (64, 72) dc

R5:  alt ch 2 or ch 3 and dc in each remaining st around.  sl st in 1st st to join.  Turn 56 (64, 72) dc

Rep R5 until the hat measures 6.5”  ( 7.5”, 8”)   Do NOT fasten off.

Once you have met the inches required for your size, leave a long tail of 4-6 inches and weave the top of the hat closed.

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Simplicity Scarf Crochet Pattern – #simplicityscarf

 

 


R1
ch 21 (25, 29) Turn

R2:  alt ch 2 or ch 3 and dc in each remaining st across.  turn 21 (25, 29) dc

rep R2 until the scarf measures 44” (56”, 68”) long  or until your desired length.

Fasten off and weave in your ends.

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Simplicity Fingerless Gloves Crochet Pattern 

 

First Glove

R1ch 20, 24 or 28, join in the 1st ch, creating a circle, being careful not to twist the chain.  alt ch 2 or ch 3 and dc in each remaining st around.  sl st in 1st st to join.  turn 20 (24, 28) 

R2-R8: alt ch 2 or  ch 3 and dc in each rem st around.  sl st in 1st st to join.  turn 20 (24, 28) dc

**If you would like a longer glove body, add more dc rounds here**

 

Thumb Shaping

R9:  alt ch 2 or  ch 3, 2 dc in next 6 (8, 10) st and dc in each rem st around.  sl st in 1st st to join.  turn 26 (32, 38) st

R10-R11:  alt ch 2 or  ch 3 and dc in each remaining st around.  sl st in 1st st to join.  turn 26 (32, 38) st

Thumb Decrease

R12-R14:  alt ch 2 or ch 3, dc in the next 15 (19, 23) st, skip the next 7 (8, 9) st, dc in the rem st around.  sl st in 1st st to join. turn 20 (24, 28) st

**If you would like to cover more of your hand, add more dc rounds here**

R15:  ch 1, sc in same sp and each rem st around.  sl st in 1st st to join.  20 (24, 28) sc

Fasten off.  Weave in ends.

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Second Glove

R1:  ch 20 (24 or 28)  sl st 1st ch to join, creating a circle, being careful not to twist the ch.  ch 3 and dc in each rem st around.  sl st in 1st st to join.  turn 20 (24, 28) dc

R2-R8: alt ch 2 or ch 3, dc in each rem st around.  sl st in 1st st to join.  turn 20 (24, 28) dc

**If you would like a longer glove body, add more dc rounds here**


Thumb Shaping

R9:  alt ch 2 or ch 3, dc in next 15 (17, 19) st, 2 dc in each rem st around.  sl st in 1st st to join.  turn 26 (32, 38) dc

R10-R11:  alt ch 2 or ch 3, dc in each rem st around.  sl st in 1st st to join.  turn 26 (32, 38) dc

Thumb Decreases

R12:  alt ch 2 or ch 3, skip the next 7 (8, 9) st, dc in each rem st around.  sl st in 1st st to join.  turn 20 (24, 28) dc

R13-R14:  alt ch 2 or ch 3, dc in each rem st around.  sl st in 1st st to join.  turn 20 (24, 28)) dc

R15
:  ch 1, sc in same sp, sc in each rem st around.  sl st in 1st to join.  20 (24, 28) sc

Fasten off.  Weave in ends.

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That’s it!  You have completed the Simplicity Set!  I would LOVE to see your version of my crochet pattern!  I LOVE to see all the different colors and sizes!

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Engaging with Entrepreneurship Post COVID

Engaging with Entrepreneurship Post COVID….What??  Take a look at this article and see how women can become an entrepreneur now that COVID has left us to pick up the pieces of our lives.

Has COVID created a void in your life?  Has it caused your whole life to change?  Well, Virginia Cooper of Learn a Living wrote the following article just for women and how they can start “engaging with entrepreneurship Post COVID.”

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What does that mean you ask…..keep reading this very informative article and find out how it can be beneficial to you.

When I first read this article by Virginia Cooper, I thought to myself…self “man, I could have really used this information when I first stepped out on my crochet business journey!”

There are still so many helpful tips inside that I can use in the future.  I kind of started my crocheting business backwards, starting a website and praying everything else would fall into place.  Boy, was I wrong.  lol

If the way you live and earn a living has changed since COVID or you want to make a change because of the way COVID has changed you, take a look at the article below that has some amazing advise you can follow to become an entrepreneur yourself.

Engaging with Entrepreneurship Post-COVID

They say that the best entrepreneurial opportunities emerge during times of crisis. Women with entrepreneurial minds may have been stalled during COVID-19, as many lost their jobs or had to return home during the pandemic.

But now it’s time to resume pursuing your dreams and engage in the entrepreneurial venture you’ve always wanted. Let’s break down how you can earn money online with your entrepreneurial ideas in detail.

Getting What You Need to Succeed

For starters, consider what you need for your entrepreneurial goals. Come up with a plan and decide whether you want to:

  • Pursue passive income streams
  • Start a business
  • Run a bunch of side hustles to determine your interests
  • Or something else entirely

Furthermore, set up a home office and buy any supplies you may need for your upcoming entrepreneurial efforts.

Any entrepreneur needs business skills, which is why you might consider going back to school and finishing or acquiring a business degree, marketing degree, or MBA. The right online degree program will give you the tools you need to succeed and run your business profitably for years to come. Plus, an online degree in business will help you develop your business acumen and market smarts: key advantages if you haven’t engaged in entrepreneurship before.

 

Forming a Business

As you decide on your business idea, be sure to form your business by:

  • Choosing a unique name that isn’t taken by a company in your state
  • Registering your new business with your state
  • Paying any applicable fees

As an entrepreneur, you’ll need to choose the right business structure for your new venture. An LLC or limited liability company is great for minimizing legal liability, enjoying tax advantages, and more. Check your state’s laws regarding LLCs so you file the right paperwork on time and pay the appropriate fees.

The Importance of Marketing

For your entrepreneurial venture to be successful, you’ll also need to market successfully. Marketing is highly important in this day and age, especially in the digital arena.

Effective marketing will involve using:

  • Google ads for target keywords that are related to your target audience
  • Social media marketing so you can engage with prospective customers
  • Other ads, like banner ads, that you can use to draw new traffic to your online store

It may help to hire a graphic designer to design attractive, compelling advertising graphics or a logo for your brand, especially in the earliest days of your business. 

Growing Your Entrepreneurial Adventure

As you market your business and sell your products or services, you’ll scale up your company for even greater success. Build a website, secure hosting resources, and keep advertising.

Over time, your brand will gain a great reputation and you’ll acquire new customers more easily. The great thing about entrepreneurship is that success tends to snowball. The longer you stick with it, and the more effort you put into your business, the more lucrative it will become.

COVID-19 might have seemed like a disaster. But it may really be an opportunity for you to stretch your entrepreneurial wings and achieve your dreams. Good luck!

Thanks for reading!  

I hope you find some helpful tips here if you are wanting to start your own business.  Yes, changing our lives, becoming a business owner can be rough, but if it something you think you can do …… no one can make that decision but you.

Jo
written by Virginia Cooper of Learn a Living
If you have any questions about this article, you can contact Virginia at the link above.

You can also find out more helpful tips about learning a trade, going back to school and finishing your education.  You can find resources on how to do these things as well.

Visit Learn a Living for more information.

You can also find out more about me on my website.  I design crochet patterns and created my own business in 2018.  If you are interested in finding my crochet patterns you can find some free on my website.  You will find Accessories, Apparel, Fall & Winter Gear, and Stash Busters.

I do take Custom Orders if you would like me to crochet you your own Handmade Crocheted Creations.  You will find my designs at my stores listed below.  Contact me at j.o@joscraftyhook.com if you are interested in placing a Custom Order.

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You can also contact me at j.o@joscraftyhook.com if you would like to see more helpful tips, whether it be crochet or business tips.

 

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My Voice about Period Poverty

In May I added my voice about period poverty across Africa and the United States in my blog post about Yarn for Menstrual Health  It is a campaign started Morine of Morine’s Shop and the African Girl Foundation.  #YarnForMenstrualHealth is an awareness campaign whose aim is to normalize conversation on menstrual health.  My story as a young girl who knew nothing about menses or how to pay for sanitary napkins hit home when I seen the article that LoveCrafts did last year.

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#YarnForMenstrualHealth also raise funds to equip girls in need with reusable sanitary kits. Each kit goes for $10 and consists of 4 reusable pads and washing soap to last every girl an entire year!

Be sure to sign up for my Newsletter while you are here at my website.  As a new subscriber you will receive $3 off to be used at my Ravelry store, news about blog posts, upcoming sales, new free crochet patterns, giveaways and more!

 

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What does this have to do with Crochet, you ask??  Her group would knit and crochet 1000 hats to create awareness regarding the unhygienic circumstances most school girls across Kenya endure during their menses. I decided to raise funds to help this organization by designing a beanie, the Wattle Stitch Beanie, and donation part of the sale proceeds to the #YarnforMenstrualHealth campaign.

Wattle Stitch Beanie

 

 

 

I decided to add my voice about period poverty.   I will be speaking out about what I went through went I first started my period and how periods were never mentioned in a household full of 8 women and young girls.  I never seen any sanitary napkins and my family never taught me about what to expect when I first got my period either.  I want to add my voice about period poverty because I lived in a household of 25 people because we didn’t have the resources as a family of 3 to live by ourselves.  You can read more of my story on my website.

 

I was approached by Morine last week to add my voice about period poverty, the Voices by AGF event that is running from October 11, 2021 until November 2021.  I will be going live on the African Girls Foundation Instagram page, @africangirlfoundation October 19, 2021 to tell my story and to share more about myself and my crochet business.  I will be going live at 12p EST to talk and then I will stay on their Instagram page to answer any questions and reply to other people’s stories.  You can find me at the African Girls Foundation’s Instagram from 12p – 5p on October 19, 2021.

 

 

Again, I will be going live at 12p EST to talk and then I will stay on their Instagram page to answer any questions and reply to other people’s stories.  You can find me at the African Girls Foundation’s Instagram from 12p – 5p on October 19, 2021.  So please be sure to stop by.

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