Learn to Make African Crochet Flower 8 petals

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Today we bring you another recipe from your lovelies, the famous and passionate African crochet flowers. These pieces bring to any environment a charming and cozy result with a lot of personality.

Due to its versatility and ease of making, this piece has been used by many artisans in the most varied colors and models, always guaranteeing something new and stylish for the most varied environments.

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The possibilities of creation with the African flower square are numerous and range from a simple cup holder to a complex and gigantic rug, amigurumis, clothes, blankets etc, that is, everything your inspiration and imagination sends you!

You can be bold with the colors, mixing them to bring a cheerful and casual air to common environments, or even bet on more sober and elegant colors for environments that require a little more refinement.

Below we will start the step by step of the eight petal African crochet flower:

Row 1

Start with Magic ring. Sc x 8 into ring, pull tight, SLST into 1 St SC

Row 2

Ch 3, DC into same space, CH1, 2x DC into next st, CH1, repeat ** six more times. Join with SLST into top of CH3.

Row 3

Join new colour with SLST at any CH1 space, CH3, DC into same sp, CH1, 2x DC into same space, Skip next 2 st’s, 2x DC into next CH1 space, CH1, 2x DC into same space, Repeat ** six more times. Join with SLST at top of CH3.

Row 4

CH3, 6x DC into same space. Skip next 4 st’s, 7X DC into next CH 1 space, Repeat ** six more times. Join with SLST at top of CH3.

Row 5

Join new colour with SLST into 4 tu DC of any petal. CH1, SC into next 3 st’s, Spike ST into space between petals of row 3, SC into next 7 st’s, Spike ST into space between 2 DC’s of Row 2, SC into next 7 st’s, Spike ST into space between petals of Row 3, repeat ** tive more, SC into next 7 st’s, Spike ST into space between 2x DC’s of Row 2, Sc into last 3 st’s. Join with SLST at top of CH3.

In this way you can use the flower without the square in its contour, below we will continue to make the contour, completing the square:

Row 6 (Start Border)

Join new colour with SLST in any LONG Spike ST of previous Row. CH1, SC into next 4 st’s, HDC into next st, DC into next st, skip 1st, 2x TR into same st (corner made) , skip 1 st, DC into next st, HDC into next st, SC into next 9 st’s, repeat ** three more times, ending last repeat with SC into last 4 st’s ONLY. Join with SLST into CH1.

Row 7

CH2, HDC into next 8 st’s, 2x HDC into CH2 sp, CH2, 2x HDC into same sp (corner made), HDC into next 16 st’s, repeat 3 more times ending last repeat with HDC into last 7 st’s ONLY. Join with SLST to top of CH2. Fasten.

Beautiful, right, my friends and with this complete step by step, it’s much easier to do, isn’t it?

And to close this article with a flourish, I will provide the video crochet flower tutorial below!!!

African Flower Square Tutorial Part 1

 

African Flower Square Tutorial Part 2

 

African Flower Square Tutorial Part 3

 

This free tutorial was made available by Ravelry.com, e o padrão original pode ser acessado aqui: African Flower Crochet Free Pattern

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