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Happy Flower Pattern



Here is another pattern, for the happy flower I made for my co-worker! Enjoy!

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Happy Flower Amugurumi Pattern

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Materials= 3 to 4 colours of yarn, safety eyes (or another colour of yarn for the eyes)

Hook = 2.5mm

CH = Chain
SC = Single Crochet
TC= Triple Crochet
ST= Stitch
FO = Finish Off
DEC = Decrease

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Head
Foundation = Magic ring 6 (if you don’t know what a magic ring is please find a tutorial here. This is the tutroial I learnt from and it is awesome ^_^)
Round 1= 2 SC in each ST around
Round 2= 1 SC in the next ST then SC twice in next ST - do this till end of round
Round 3= 1 SC in the next 2 ST then SC twice in next ST - do this till end of round
Round 4= 1 SC in the next 3 ST then SC twice in next ST - do this till end of round
Rounds 5 -15 = SC around
Round 16= 1 SC in the next 3 ST then DEC - do this till end of round
Round 17= 1 SC in the next 2 ST then DEC - do this till end of round
(This is a good time to add your eyes & stuff the head!)

Body
Round 18= Switch yarn colour to your body colour and 2 SC in each ST around
Round 19= SC in each ST around
Round 20= 1 SC in the next ST then SC twice in next ST - do this till end of round
Rounds 21-28= SC around
Round 29= 1 SC in the next 3 ST then DEC- do this till end of round
Round 30= 1 SC in the next 2 ST then DEC- do this till end of round
(This is a good time to stuff the body!)
Round 31= 1 SC in the next 1 ST then DEC- do this till the hole is so small you can’t crochet anymore! Then FO :D.

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Leaf Hands
(make two)
Row 1 = CH 2
Row 2= Turn work – Skip 1 ST and SC twice in next ST, CH 1
Row 3= Turn work – 1 SC in the next ST then SC twice in next ST, CH 1
Row 4= Turn work – 1 SC in the next 2 ST then SC twice in next ST, CH 1
Row 5= Turn work – 1 SC in the next 3 ST then SC twice in next ST, CH 1
Row 6= Turn work – SC in each ST of row, CH 1
Row 7 – till end = Turn work – SC in each ST of row. Work until the end of the row then turn your work and continue to crochet down your new row. Do not CH 1 at the end of the row as you are accommodating for the end of the leaf. Keep doing this till you can only SC once and then FO your work.

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Flower Petals
The important thing to remember is that the flower petals should fit snug on the face so, adjust how long your CH is to make sure it fits nicely around the flower’s face.

Round 1 – CH 35 and Slip stitch together
Round 2 – CH 6 and SC in 5th ST from start – do this till end of round
Round 3 – Make 7 TC in each CH till the end of work. After each set of 7 TC make sure to slip stitch into base SC at the end of each CH - to insure you get distinct petals. When you are done FO.
Round 4 – OPTIONAL take a different colour thread and SC around the petal tops to make a sweet little border!

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Now just sew it all together and you have your very own happy flower!

Comments

  1. thanks for sharing, it is lovely

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  2. Thank you, I am glad you like it! Oh and thank you for following me. I have a few more patterns to put up in the coming weeks so keep your eyes peeled.

    xx
    Liz

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  3. I have made several of these!! Thank you so much for the free pattern:)

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  4. Ahh, so cute! :) I will use this pattern! Thanks!!!

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  5. Can't wait to make one of these! Thanks for the pattern!

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