One Round Crochet Flowers

Let’s make a one round crochet flower! With spring making its entrance, suddenly I want to be surrounded by flowers and lots of them!  Here is a sweet little flower you can make in just minutes.  Crochet a whole beautiful field of them! A great way to use up odds and ends of any weight yarn and makes a cute applique too on bags, headbands, sweaters, and lots more!

One Round Crochet Flowers


  • J (6.0 mm) crochet hook
  • Worsted weight yarn scraps of your choice
  • Tapestry needle for weaving in ends
  • Scissors

(Note: I used a J hook and worsted weight, but feel free to experiment with a variety of sizes and yarn weights for all kinds of different flower looks)

One Round Crochet Flowers


Flowers shown are about 1.5 inches wide. However, experimenting with different hooks and yarn will make all kinds of pretty varieties! A great stash buster for all of your yarn scraps! Try bright colors like I did or try something different like a variegated or even a fun sparkly metallic yarn too!

One Round Crochet Flowers


  • Foundation: Chain 5 and join with a slip stitch to form a ring.
  • Round 1:  Work (3 double crochet, slip stitch) into the center of the ring five times, then join with a slip stitch to close the flower and fasten off.
  • To make a flower with six petals, simply work the (3 dc, sl st) into the center of the ring six times.
One Round Crochet Flowers


  • Fasten off the yarn. Weave in the ends and you’re all finished! Shape a bit with your hands if needed. Sew or glue to anything you like!
One Round Crochet Flowers

Watch a video tutorial on how to make a one round crochet flower stitch by stitch:

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One Round Crochet Flowers

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12 thoughts on “One Round Crochet Flower, Free Pattern + Video

  1. I'm in the mood for making flowers too and as Kate said great for using up the little bits and pieces from your stash 🙂

  2. I agree why do we need all that extra printing of blogs, comments. I just need the pattern. thanks.

  3. Hi, I clicked the printer friendly button under the last big picture. I also copied and pasted into a word pad only the words. Then I copied one picture of the flowers and printed that for the cover of my pattern (saves on ink). I have made 8 hats in 3 days. I put these little flowers on the hats in different colors. They are so cute!! Thanks so much Jennifer!!!

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