This beautiful Fall Into Winter Flower Crochet Pattern will show you how to make a fantastic little flower that can be put on hats, scarves or used in garlands.
This easy-to-read pattern will take you through a step-by-step process in making a beautiful fall into winter crochet flower motif. This pattern is perfect for beginners or for those who want make a simple flourish for their other projects.
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Fall Into Winter Flower Crochet Pattern
The Fall into Winter Flower Crochet Pattern is a beautiful way to celebrate the changing seasons with crochet. This pattern can be made as a motif for any project, or you could make multiple flowers and create a garland! The best part about this flower is that it’s easy to customize: just use your favorite colors and you’re on your way!
To really up your game, what you might try is using a different color for the center of each flower, or making one flower in each size to add a bit of variation. Plus, you can never have too many flowers, so you can always make more. LOL!
Whichever way you choose to make your Fall into Winter Crochet Flower Motif, it’s sure to brighten up any project and help usher in the colder months!
If you need some ideas for bigger projects to add a Fall Into Winter Flower Motif onto, check out these fun patterns:
- Elegant Throw Pillow
- Fall Into Winter Hat (which was the hat that inspired me to make the flower motif)
- Winter View Cowl
What Yarn Should I Use to Make a Crochet Flower?
You can follow this pattern using pretty much any weight of yarn. The bulkier the yarn, the lager the flower and vice versa for less bulky yarns. I chose to use a combination of worsted weight yarn for the body of the flower and lace weight yarn for the accents.
Any weight of yarn will work, though, to make a crochet flower of larger or smaller sizes.
Fall Into Winter Flower Motif – Two Sizes
3 in (7.6 cm) in diameter
Size I/9 (5.5 mm)
- Worsted weight yarn. Yarn shown in picture is organic worsted weight cotton yarn, but any worsted yarn will work.
- Lace weight yarn. Accent yarn in picture is lace weight alpaca, but any lace weight yarn will work.
- Tapestry needle
The yarn used for these items contains natural fiber and requires special laundering. Please read yarn labels and follow directions to maintain the life of your crochet work.
Do not join rounds unless specified.
Chain 6, slip stitch in first chain to join.
Single crochet (sc) 2 times in each chain (12 sc total.) Do not slip stitch to join.
Round 2 (Flower Petals):
Slip stitch in back loop of first stitch from Round 1, chain 3, slip stitch in back loop of first stitch from Round 1, chain 5, slip stitch in back loop of first stitch from Round 1, chain 3, slip stitch in first stitch from Round 1 (first flower petal complete).
Repeat for 11 more flower petals (1 petal for each stitch of Round 1).
Weave in ends.