This pretty little rose is great for beginners to get the hang of crocheting a slightly larger flower that is definitely 3-dimensional without being too complicated.
Did you know that roses can be single or double? The double ones are more of what a rose “usually” looks like when we imagine it. But, single roses are certainly beautiful in their own way and there are wild and cultivated versions of these real blooms. Today, the crochet rose version is here for you to style however you’d like and create something pretty!
This crochet flower is actually the very last installment of a 10-part crochet pattern series we’ve been doing here on Amelia Makes. The entire series has been ALL flowers and leaves, and has been part of a CAL where we’ve been creating our own floral wreaths out of crochet elements.
While the floral wreath CAL is the original project that I created to feature all of these flowers, you can use all of the designs(incuding today’s rose) on ANY sort of project that you’d like. Additionally, you can sign up below to get some extra surprise pattern pdfs absolutely free:
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Below, you can find all the details for how to make your own single crochet rose. It is free today only, including a detailed video tutorial!
About the Single Crochet Rose
The official gauge for this floral series, including today’s project, is 10 rows and 9 stitches for 2x2in using dk yarn and an e/3.5mm hook. It is NOT critical to exactly match that gauge in order to successfully crochet the loopy flower, but that is the official gauge listed.
Feel free to experiment with crocheting this flower in different weights of yarn other than dc. To avoid overly floppy flowers, keep your hook size small enough(compared to your yarn) that the stitches stay fairly tight(this is especially true for this flower since the petals are larger)
Made with the yarn and hook size that have originally been used, crochet rose design is about 3 inches across. Feel free to play with using other yarn sizes and/or hook sizes to get flowers that are larger or smaller.
For each rose that you’d like to crochet, you will need:
- DK yarn- each flower uses 2 yards for color 1(center) and 8 yards for color 2(petals).
- An E/3.5mm hook
- A tapestry needle(this is optional, but good for weaving in ends(link to weaving in ends post).
This flower is worked in the round, but uses very basic stitches and would be suitable for a beginner to try. Be sure to watch the video tutorial below for full details, and pay special attention to how the rose’s petals will naturally overlap as you go.
Some ideas for creating variations with this pattern might be to use different weights/types of yarn, and to experiment with unusual color combinations! Although I’m calling this a crochet rose, you might also choose colors or style it to be more of a hibiscus flower, too
Single Crochet Rose Pattern Directions
- All patterns are in US terms
- It is not critical to exactly match that gauge in order to have success making these designs.
- Feel free to experiment with yarn weights and hook sizes that are different from the original pattern(s).
- Repeats are shown inside of **
- CH – chain (yarn over, pull loop through)
- SC-single crochet(insert hook, yarn over, draw up a loop, yarn over, and draw through two loops)
- DC-double crochet (yarn over, insert hook, yarn over, draw up a loop, yarn over and draw through two loops x2)
- SS-slip stitch(insert hook, yarn over, draw up a loop through the work and through the loop on your hook)
- ST/STS – stitch/stitches
The full directions for this single rose have been moved to the Crochet Makers Vault. However, you can also choose to get ALL of the patterns in this floral series in one simple pdf. Just use the button below!
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Crochet Rose Video Tutorial
This video tutorial has been moved to the Crochet Makers Vault.
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