How to Crochet Simple Origami Rose Flower – Easy Trick by Naztazia

How to Crochet Simple Origami Rose Flower – Easy Trick by Naztazia


Hi I’m Donna Wolfe from naztazia.com Today I’ll show how to make a simple origami rose. You’ll need small amounts of Red Heart yarn and a size G hook. To begin make a magic ring or an adjustable ring which is just a
loose slip knot. Chain 3. In this ring make 11 double crochet stitches. One… Two… Three… and eleven. Pull the ring closed
then slip stitch to the initial chain three. Chain 3. Make a double crochet in the same space. You’ll place two double crochet stitches in each stitch around. One, two.
One and two. Once that is completed slip stitch to
the chain three. And chain three again. On this round the pattern will be two
double crochet stitches followed by one double crochet stitch all the way around. So two double crochet followed by one double crochet. At the end slip stitch to the chain. Chain 3 and make one more round. This
time the pattern will be two double crochet followed by one double crochet
followed by one double crochet all the way around. This time we’re not going to
slip stitch we’re just going to fasten off after the last stitch and leave the
little knot at the top like this. Begin rolling the circle like this. Find the
little notch then place your fingers like this and fold it over. Tuck the right side in a bit then bring
the left side over like this. The flowers should stay just like this without any
sewing. However if you prefer place a few stitches here to hold everything in
place. If you make wreaths like I do you might have some craft stems leftover
from the flowers. Just place the rose on the stem like this and hot glue it in
place. And that’s how I make my simple origami roses from a crocheted circle.

100 thoughts on “How to Crochet Simple Origami Rose Flower – Easy Trick by Naztazia

  1. Looking for the written pattern? Find it on: http://naztazia.com/patterns/new/crochet-simple-origami-rose/ Are you on Ravelry? Add to your queue: https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/899589

  2. yo no sé inglés pero que bella flor y nunca había podido ver como se hacen muchas gracias y lo voy a intentar !!!!💖💖

  3. Perfect idea !! I'll be making a bunch of these in pink for the patients recieving chemo for breast cancer…..including my sister who will be starting chemo next week. These will brighten their day while going through treatment. Thanks Donna…💓💓💓

  4. 🤰👍👍👍👍💙💛💜💚💖🙋‍♀️🙋‍♀️🙋‍♀️🙋‍♀️🙋‍♀️🙋‍♀️

  5. Omg I love the way these roses are but it's difficult for me to do! Im gonna keep trying until I ger it!

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