DIY Tutorial – Learn How to Crochet Flowing Flower – Flowers with Petals


Hi I’m Donna Wolfe from naztazia.com Today I’m going to show you how to crochet a flowing flower. To do this you’ll need a small amount of Red Heart Super Saver yarn and a size G hook. You can find the written pattern on my website naztazia.com To begin make a slipknot and chain 6. Then slip stitch to the first chain. Next chain 1 and then make 12 single crochet stitches in this ring. If you need help with the basics of crochet please see my beginner crochet videos on YouTube. Eight… nine… ten… eleven… and twelve. Slip stitch to the first single crochet. Cut your yarn and later we’ll weave in your ends. Now make a slip knot on your hook with the pink yarn and slip stitch to the white yarn. Chain 3. Double crochet in the next stitch. Chain 3. Make five double crochet stitches along the double crochet’s side. Then slip stitch to the original stitch. Chain 3 again. Double crochet in the next stitch. Chain 3. Make five double crochet stitches along the side of that double crochet. Then slip stitch in the original stitch. Chain 3 again. Double crochet in the next stitch. Chain 3. Make five double crochet stitches along that double crochet’s edge. Then slip stitch in the original stitch. You are going to repeat this all around: Chain 3, double crochet, chain 3 again, 5 double crochet, then slip stitch to finish. Keep doing this around. At the end you should have 12 of these petals. Now the flowers petals are kind of messy so let’s fix this. Chain 3 – turn to the back of the flower. Find the chain space and slip stitch in it. Then chain 3 again. Find the chain space of the next petal and slip stitch in it. Chain 3, slip stitch in the next petal. Keep doing this around the entire back to straighten out the petals. For the last one chain 3 and slip stitch through the first chain 3. Cut your yarn, weave in all ends, and then you can put a button in the middle if you wish. And that’s how I make my flowing flowers. To view this video in other languages click on the closed caption link on YouTube and turn on subtitles. From there you can choose from over 100 different languages. I hope this video has helped you. Please subscribe to my YouTube channel. Feel free to like and comment on this video. Check out the description or the info button of this video for more information. And please visit naztazia.com for more tips and tricks on Creative Self-Sufficient Living.

100 Replies to “DIY Tutorial – Learn How to Crochet Flowing Flower – Flowers with Petals”

  1. Here is some more info: (1) If you have a photo of your flower, post it on my Facebook page: http://facebook.com/naztazia or (2) Ravelry page: http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/flowing-flower (3) And if you are looking for the pattern page on my website, here it is: http://naztazia.com/patterns/crochet/motifs/flowers/crochet-flowing-flower.html

  2. Love it can use it for my 6 year old grandson Shelton hat I'm making for his girl friend, well his friend who's a girl.

  3. Love the video! Easy instructions to follow.
    One question: HOW do you attach the button to the finished flower?

  4. NAZTAZIA HOLA…! GRACIAS POR ESTE PROYECTO…, LO NECESITO Y LO ENCONTRE CONTIGO…ESTÁ BIEN EXPLICADO…AUNQUE NO SÉ TU IDIOMA…TEJES EN FORMA QUE LO ENTIENDO MUY BIEN…DE NUEVO MUCHAS GRACIAS

  5. Thank you so much for the flowing flower pattern, I made it and it's perfect for my flip flop sandals! All of your crocheted designs are so beautiful, I especially appreciate your easy step by step tutorial. Although I've been crocheting only for 5 years now (I consider myself a novice crocheter) I so enjoy learning more beautiful creations here on Youtube.

  6. This is my new favorite flower. Oh my, how sweet it is. I tried posting a pic but my iPad seemed to mess up. What a great tutorial!!! I'm in Love… Thank you!

  7. lindo!!!!amei vou fazer , você não fala a. minha língua. mas eu entendo tudo
    bjs moro no Brasil.

  8. Why don't you add closed captioning for deaf? I'm a crocheting but not hear you voice. Please closed captioning on your videos.

  9. आपके क्रोशिया के फूल बहुत सुंदर है हमने बनाये सुंदर बने सिखाने के लिए धन्यवाद

  10. I love your flowers… your instructions are so easy to follow and the finished product is beautiful… thank you Naztazia for sharing…

  11. Very pretty flower indeed. Thank you for the clear and easily understandable tutorial. I am very new to the world of crochet and could manage to make this flower. The first one I made turned out to have 13 petals and was a little lazy to unwind the whole thing. But then made a second one and that was just perfect. I just added the photos on ravelry.com.

  12. Donna – You are awesome and your tutorial was excellent! Your articulate verbal skills were perfection! This was SO very simple and I crocheted as I was watching and it came out SO very cute. I ironed it to get it really flat with a little spray starch and I plan to create several in Thanksgiving colors and create an elegant centerpiece that will last for years!! Thanks again!

  13. So easy and so much fun! They turn out really cute! I am making a centerpiece with these. Thanks again!!

  14. How should I explain n show my enthusiasm towards crocheting mam thanks from bottom of my heart for inspiring n giving strength to do something in my life

  15. Thank you! I'm using this one to help me understand how to do the one Arne and Carlos designed. Theirs won't work for me for some reason and yours is very similar

  16. Just made my first one tonight. Even though I'm not new to crochet, it took me a couple of false starts to get it going but, once I did, it was fast. This one is white and red for Christmas.

  17. A clear cut explanation.. Can you please make such complete explained videos in english for summer tops, tank tops and skirts and stuff..

  18. wow beautiful n easy also. your tutorial is excellent. just i have finished the flower. thank you.

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