This simple crochet tutorial will help you to learn how to crochet the red crochet flower thic yarn.
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What do you need to crochet this project?
- Crochet hook size 2.5 mm
Tips for beginners:
- Yarndage: 1.76 Oz (50g) / 185 Yrds (169m)
- Yarn weight: Fingering (14 wpi) / Super Fine
- Fiber type: 100% mercerized cotton
- Yarn Brand: Yarn Art Begonia
Tips for beginners:
- Stitch/place markers
These tips might answer your questions:
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Red crochet flower thic yarn pattern
Writing instructions to crochet
Foundation chain: 5 ch, join in the round with a sl st to form a ring.
Row 1: 1 ch, 8 sc in ring, sl st in sc.
Row 2: 3 ch, 1 dc in sc, 3 ch, *2 dc cluster in next sc, 3 ch, rep from* to the end, sl st in 3rd ch of beg ch to join.
Row 3: sl st in dc, sl st in arch, 3 ch, 1 dc in arch, 4 ch, sc in same arch, 3 ch, 2 dc cluster & 2 dc cluster tog in different arch, 3 ch, sc in same arch, picot, *3 ch, 2 dc cluster & 2 dc cluster tog in different arch, 3 ch, sc in same arch, 3 ch, 2 dc cluster & 2 dc cluster tog in different arch, 3 ch, sc in same arch, picot, rep from* to the end, 3 ch, 2 dc cluster in arch, sl st in 3rd ch of beg ch to join.
Stitch abbreviations used in this red crochet flower thic yarn pattern
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