Free Button on Flower Crochet Pattern

I love making a hat or headband for gifts and including a bunch of flowers in a variety of colors. It is always a big hit.

Fast & Fun flower

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Materials:

Small amounts of yarn in various colors for flowers
Size H hook, or your choice of size for larger or smaller flowers
Yarn needle

Directions for Button-On Flower:
1. Ch 5, join to create a circle. DO NOT pull to close hole. Determine how big your opening needs to be for the button. I leave it how it is for a ¾” button.
2. *Ch 9, Sc into the loop*, Repeat, making 8 loops total.
3. Pull loops forward and working behind row 2, Ch 3, Sc around the original circle from the beginning, in the middle of each “Ch 9 loop”. *Ch 3, Sc between next loop*. Repeat, making 8 loops total. Join with a sl st to first ch.
4. *Ch 3, 3 Tr, Ch 3, Sl st* in each loop around, making 8 petals. Fasten off.

Directions for Flower without opening in center:
1. Ch 5, join to create a circle. Pull taught to close hole. OR I prefer to start with a ch 5 magic loop because you can pull the hole completely closed.
2-4. Repeat as above.

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Common Crochet Abbreviations
Ch – chain    Sl st – slip stitch
St – stitch    Hdc – half double crochet
Sp – space; sps – spaces    Dc – double crochet
Sc – single crochet    Trc –treble/triple crochet
** – repeat instructions between, as many times as indicated

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  1. I’ve been making these little purses, http://www.tangledhappy.com/2010/11/granny-stripe-boutique-bag.html and http://www.mooglyblog.com/tasty-little-chevron-bag/#Ug37oImglEaYZaxo.99, for Operation Christmas Child and wanted a simple flower pattern to decorate them. Thank you for the great and easy pattern! Mary

    • Thank you for making the bags and donating them. I would love to see your finished items. Good for you!

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