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Free Tiny Flowers Bouquet Crochet Pattern

When Pinterest was first introduced to the world, I was enthralled. For a DIY enthusiast like myself, it was the best thing to ever exist and I perused it day in and day out. Browsing through all the cute crochet patterns on Pinterest was what motivated me to learn how to crochet. One of the very first things that I saw that made me think “I want to make that” was this image of a floral necklace. The necklace was created by Spinu, a Japanese crochet designer who sells her work online.

 Spinu’s Flower Garden Necklace Spinu’s Flower Garden Necklace

 

This was a couple of years before I learned how to crochet, and now that I know how, I decided to finally revisit it and make my own crocheted necklace. I began by experimenting by crocheting flower appliques inspired by Ontario wildflowers. However, these appliques felt a little bit too flat for me, so I went back to the drawing board.

Free Tiny Flowers Bouquet Crochet Pattern Separated

After creating a couple of pansy appliques and feeling completely uninspired by them, I finally landed on an idea that felt a little bit more personal to me. I decided to create a necklace featuring some of my wedding flowers (billy balls, blue thistle, baby’s breath) so that I could wear it on our upcoming wedding anniversary. The result from that idea is this flower necklace.

Free Tiny Flowers Bouquet Crochet Pattern Necklace

I love this necklace, but after a short wear-test, I realized that gravity was working against me and that the necklace would fall forward whenever I had it on. I tried a lot of things to combat that, but the solutions I came up with were not actually permanent solutions (a lot of adjusting after you put it on). So instead of sharing a very incomplete necklace how-to, I decided to switch gears and create a tiny bouquet instead.

Free Tiny Flowers Bouquet Crochet Pattern

My wedding bouquet was obviously a lot fuller, but I love how dainty this tiny bouquet is. This crochet bouquet looks great on its own; just tie it all together with some burlap and twine. It also looks really cute when placed into a tiny vase.



To make it easier for me to post and for you guys to navigate, I’ve separated the crochet bouquet into FOUR parts, one for each of the components.

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Here’s what you’ll need/need to know to make the bouquet:

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TERMINOLOGY USED IN THE PATTERNS
st(s):
stitch(es)
ch: chain
sc: single crochet
hdc: half double crochet
dc: double crochet
inc: two single crochet in one stitch
dec: invisible decrease, single crochet two stitches together through the front loops only
sl st: slip stitch
(…) x # : repeat anything in the parenthesis however many times the number indicates
[#]: total number of stitches for that row
#sc/hdc/dc/sl st: one sc/hdc/dc/sl st in the following # stitches
sl st #: sl st # of times in the next st

THINGS YOU NEED

  • Knitpicks Curio Thread **
  • 1.25mm & 1.50mm Crochet Hooks
  • 24 Gauge Floral Wire
  • Wire Cutter
  • Optional: Needle Nose Pliers
  • Aleene’s Fast Grab Tacky Glue (or any fast drying, tacky glue that dries clear)
  • Polyfil for stuffing
  • Scissors
  • Darning Needle
  • Cat Slicker Brush

**KnitPicks has discontinued the colours I used in these patterns, so here’s what I would suggest you swap to if you still plan on using Knitpicks Curio #10:

  • Spearmint –> Jalapeno
  • Cornmeal –> Canary or Tumeric (Tumeric is a very close match to what I used, but I feel like the brightness of the Canary would make the bouquet look more cheerful and fun)
  • Sagebrush –> Pistachio (it’s not the best match, but it’s the closest to what I used that is currently available)
  • Bluebell –> Blue
  • Ciel –> Clarity
Alternatively, if you want more colour options, you could try using embroidery floss. I compared the DMC 6-strand embroidery floss to the Knitpicks Curio #10 and it is slightly thicker than the Curio #10. So if you were to go this route, you may need to use a 1.50mm crochet hook instead of the 1.25 and the resulting bouquet would be slightly bigger (but not by too much). Just keep in mind that most embroidery floss is designed to split so it will be more difficult to crochet with.

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Comments

  • Kia Rich

    I love this idea for groom’s party BOUTONNIEREs!

    May 11, 2020
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  • Sarah

    Could you attach them to a hair clip oR eLastic to wear in your hAir?

    June 18, 2020
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  • Rebecca Donaldson

    I would like to have the patterns for the other flowers shown without patterns. Can you sell us those?

    August 1, 2020
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  • Sarah

    I wish i Had thought to make this fOr my husband’s boutonniere! His kept falling down, and he eventually had to take it off… sO cute!

    August 15, 2020
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  • esio

    how much do you think is the price of one whole bouquet? thank you!

    August 25, 2020
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