Chains and single crochet stitches are all it takes to crochet these adorable little flowers. Gauge doesn’t matter with these sweet little makes and they are a wonderful stash buster idea! Attach them to projects or create a little table display for a lovely reminder of spring time. Check out the details below:
This post originally appeared as an Instagram photo tutorial so the format is a little different than my usual patterns but I promise you’ll love it! It’s so simple that you it only takes a few quick moments to make one little flower. Have fun playing around with the sizes by changing up the yarn weight (don’t forget to adjust your hook size to match!).
As of January 7th 2023, I have also included written instructions that aren’t in the form of images. This addition can be found at the end of the pictures.
Here we go!
You Will Need:
- A bit of scrap yarn (I used Bernat Handicrafter cotton). These flowers use such a small amount of yarn that my scale couldn’t detect it!
- A hook to compliment your yarn choice (I used 4mm)
- A needle for weaving in ends
- A small button or bead (optional)
- Needle and thread appropriate for sewing the button or bead
Begin with a magic circle. Into your circle, SS and CH 1.
*Place 1 SC into your circle and CH 4*. Repeat from * to * 4 more times. SS into the top of the beginning SC. Fasten off leaving long ends for sewing into your projects. Tighten up the centre loop.
If desired, sew a small button or bead into the centre.
And that’s it! Sweet, simple and teeny tiny, the most adorable little crochet flowers. I love them so much and I hope you do too. I would love to see your Teeny Tiny Flowers…be sure to tag me on Instagram @sweet_bee_crochet to show off your work.
If you’re looking for more stash buster ideas, be sure to pop over to the Free Pattern section of my blog for more creative ideas.