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Lavender Flower Crochet Pattern & Tutorial


a bouquet of various crocheted flowers in a purse covered in faux moss

I have been seeing so many crochet flower bouquets on my Instagram lately so I decided to try my hand at making some stems!



I found a moss purse at Michaels and knew it was the perfect thing to display my flowers in.




While I found most of the patterns I used on Pinterest, the lavender flower stems seemed easy enough to figure out. I can gather a bunch of flower patterns from Pinterest and make a blog post with them all if you all are interested!


When I posted the lavender flower stems I made, there were some people asking for a pattern.


The video form of this pattern will be up on my youtube channel soon!


I hope you make these flower stems and they bring you as much joy as they bring me!


Crochet lavender flower Pattern & tutorial:

three crochet lavender stems under a title that reads "Lavender Stem Tutorial"
an assortment of materials laid out on a desk. Materials include: purple yarn, green yarn, a 5.00 mm crochet hook, scissors, a hot glue gun, and a wooden skewer.


What you'll need:


  • Worsted yarn (4) in purple and green

  • 5.00 mm crochet hook

  • Scissors

  • Wooden skewer (whatever length you want your stem to be)

  • Hot glue gun


Stitches & Abbreviations:


ch(s) = chain(s)

sc = single crochet

sl st = slip stitch

dc = double crochet


Flowers:


*Ch 6, sc in 2nd ch from hook and each of the next 4 chs*

Repeat from * to * 45 times.

Fasten off and cut yarn.


*If you want a longer stem, repeat more than 45 times. If you want a shorter stem, repeat less than 45 times.


Leaves:


*Ch 10, sl st in 2nd ch from hook, sc in next 2 chs, dc in next 4 chs, sc in next, sl st in the last ch*

Repeat from * to * one more time.

Fasten off and cut yarn.


Assembly:

  1. Using the hot glue gun, glue the skewer to one end of the flowers.

  2. Wrap the strand of flowers around the skewer, gluing periodically to keep in place. You can make these as close together or as spaced out as you want. Closer together gives a fuller look, further gives a more sparse look.

  3. Secure the end of the wrapped flowers to the skewer with more glue.

  4. To attach the leaves, place a dot of glue between the two leaves and wrap them around the skewer just under where the flowers ended. (You can wrap the remaining ends of the yarn around the skewer and secure with glue for an easier finish. For better clarification on this, watch my video tutorial!)

  5. To give a more finished look, take the green yarn you used for the leaves and glue the end under the leaves. Wrap the yarn around the remainder of the skewer, securing at the end with more glue.

All done!


I hope you enjoy this pattern!


If you make this and would like to share your finished projects with me or have any questions, tag me or message me on social media!







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