Free Crochet Pattern: Scrap Yarn Flowers

free crochet pattern flower circle

 

I had a bunch of yarn scraps laying around. Because I really hate to waste any yarn, I used the longer scraps to create colorful little flowers. The flowers are about 2 inches in diameter and work up super quickly. This is a great pattern to use as a scrap buster or if you’re in the mood to do a relaxing, simple project.

You can use these little flowers as appliques on cards, hair clips, cup cozies, or anything your heart desires! I’m going to use them to make a flower crown.

You can purchase the ad free printable version of this pattern HERE on Etsy.


 

 

Pattern Notes

  • worked in the round
  • After each round I finish off the yarn with a slip knot and cut it instead of joining rounds.
  • I used a 2.75 mm crochet hook and scraps of paintbox yarn dk cotton.
  • If you get stuck while working on row 3, follow along with the photo tutorial below the pattern.

 

 Abbreviations (US Terms)

mc – magic circle

ch – chain

sl st – slip stitch

sc – single crochet

inc – single crochet increase

hdc – half double crochet

tc – triple crochet

Pattern

with yellow

Row 1: 8 sc in mc (8)

with white

Row 2: inc in each stitch (16)

with peach

Row 3: *ch 4, tc in same st, tc, ch 4, sl st into same st, sl st into next st* repeat from * to * 8 times

finish off

 

 

 

 

Weave in the ends of your flower and get ready to decorate!


 

 

 

 

free_crochet_pattern_yarn_scraps
yarn scraps looking nice n neat for their photoshoot

 

Free crochet pattern flowers
I love this gradient of colors!

 

 

If you’re looking for more flower patterns be sure to take a peek at my free poppy pattern.

 

 

Scrap Yarn Flowers Pinterest

If you’re looking for more flower patterns be sure to take a peek at my free poppy pattern.

 

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