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  • Learn A New Crochet Stitch: How To Crochet The Very Pretty Flower Stitch

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    We’re in love with this stunning crochet flower stitch and it’s a free pattern!

    And it comes with both a video tutorial and written pattern!

    If you’ve been looking for a great new pattern for a baby blanket, this flower stitch pattern is absolutely gorgeous.

    A blanket made using this stitch would look so lovely!

    It will be a great gift idea for a baby shower and any parent in the world would be blown away to receive such a gift.

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    Crochet Flower Stitch Video Tutorial & Written Pattern

    The crochet flower stitch is really beautiful and easy so give it a go.

    The pattern can be used to create other projects as well, not only baby blankets.

    From beautiful borders to hats and scarves you can just let your imagination flow so it would meet your desire.

    Watch the video tutorial below, courtesy of !Crochet! to learn how to do the lovely crochet flower stitch.

    How To Crochet The Very Pretty Flower Stitch

    Learn how to crochet flower stitch in this video.

    You can crochet flowers while crocheting without breaking the yarn. Ch3 count as dc in this pattern.

    Please click on the CC button to turn on the subtitles to see the instructions.

    Here is a link of redo of this video with sound.

    Using 100% acrylic yarn with 4mm hook.

    Abbreviations:
    ch – chain
    dc – double crochet
    sl st – slip stitch

    works in multiples of 7+2 to make it as long as you want the length.

    row 1: dc in 3rd ch from hook & across, turn.
    row 2: dc in each dc across, turn.
    row 3: ch3, 1dc in next 2dc, *2dc in next dc, make flower in 2dc (see video),ch1, 1dc in next 6dc, flower in next* across ending with 1dc in next 3dc. turn.
    row 4: ch3, dc in each st asross including ch1 spaces, turn
    row 5: dc in each dc across, turn.
    row 6: repeat row 5.
    row 7: ch3, 1dc in next 5dc, *2dc in next dc, make flower in 2dc(see video), ch1, 1dc in next 6dc* across ending with 1dc in next 7dc, turn.
    row 8: ch3, dc in each st asross including ch1 spaces, turn.
    row 9: dc in each dc across, turn.
    row 10: repeat row 9.
    row 11: repeat from row 3 onwards to increase the length as long as you want.

    For more beautiful crochet stitches and patterns and to get in touch with the designer please visit: !Crochet! YouTube channel.

    Thanks to !Crochet! for this article inspiration and featured image.


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