A cute and fun flower that makes a great accessory for anything!
I made this beautiful flower as an accessory for my daughter's tote bag. It's really easy to make and costs almost nothing since it requires so little yarn. You can even use any scraps that you have lying around!
Size I Crochet Hook
Small amounts of worsted weight yarn in 3 colors. I used Lily Sugar n Cream in Yellow, Hot Pink, and Hot Orange.
Tapestry or darning needle, for weaving ends
Ladybug Button (optional)
mc - magic circle
ch - chain
dc - double crochet
sl st - slip stitch
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Start with a magic circle, ch 2. 8 dc into the magic circle.
To change color, insert your hook through the beginning dc (not ch 2)
Pull your next color through the loop. Ch 2.
5 dc into the same stitch.
Remove your hook from the last dc. Insert your hook back into the first dc.
With your hook still in the first dc, grab the loop from your last dc and pull through.
Ch 1 to secure your popcorn stitch.
Repeat steps 4-7 in each stitch around.
Join your next color. Ch 2. Repeat steps 4-7.
For your next popcorn (and every other one after that), insert your hook into the ch 1 space or the popcorn stitch from the previous round and repeat steps 4-7 all the way around.
Once you’ve finished your popcorn stitches, fasten off and leave a long tail for sewing. Weave in all of your extra ends. Using a needle and thread or yarn, sew your button onto the center of your flower.