Crochet Flowers Pots. Free Pattern Stitch



Look friends. welcome! today we are going to learn how to make a beautiful crocheted vase with flowers. this super delicate model with step by step and free patterns. See below for some tips on how to start making this model. See some ideas and assemble your crochet flower pot. learn how to crochet some flower patterns and decorate your vase and home. see below for the pattern following. and material used in this model. It's simple and easy to make this style of crochet vase. Very used for decoration. a beautiful art of crafts coming to life and making decorations. see more details of this model and crochet ideas. I found it super useful for the friends to fix some pearls on the flowers to give the vase a charm and delicacy. we can make this pattern on a large or small vase. see the base that you like and assemble your vase in a basic way seeing this step by step crochet. several models are used in this crochet pattern. friends I am happy to share this beautiful crochet vase. I found it very beautiful. use colored colors. the flowers are more beautiful. see below for some explanations.


follows the pattern of crochet stitch patterns.


I used:

Anchor crochet cotton in brown, green, yellow and pink, plus a small amount of double knitting weight yarn in brown for the soil.

A selection of seed beads in pink and green.

Hooks – 1.5mm and 3.5mm.

Row marker

Small plastic plant pot (mine measured 2 inches high).

PATTERN

English terms used

dc (English) = sc (American)

htr (English ) = hdc (American)

tr (English) = dc(American)

dtr(English) = tr(American)




POT

With brown crochet cotton and 1.5mm hook make 2 chain.

1st round: 6 dc into 2nd chain from hook. Join with a slip st into 1st dc.

2nd round: 1 ch, 2 dc into same stitch as chain, [2 dc into next dc] 5 times. Sl st into 1st dc. (12 dc)

3rd round: 1 ch, 2 dc into same stitch as chain, 1 dc into next dc, [2 dc into next dc, 1 dc into next dc] 5 times. Sl st into 1st dc. (18 dc)

4th round: 1 ch, 2 dc into same stitch as chain, 1 dc into next 2 dc, [2 dc into next dc, 1 dc into next 2 dc] 5 times. Sl st into 1st dc. (24 dc)

5th round: 1 ch, 2 dc into same stitch as chain, 1 dc into next 3 dc, [2 dc into next dc, 1 dc into next 3 dc] 5 times. Sl st into 1st dc. (30 dc)

6th round: 1 ch, 2 dc into same stitch as chain, 1 dc into next 4 dc, [2 dc into next dc, 1 dc into next 4 dc] 5 times. Sl st into 1st dc. (36 dc)



Keep increasing 6 dc in each round until your work covers the base of the pot. I worked up to a total of 48 dc in the round.

Next round: 1ch, 1 dc into back loop of same stitch as chain, 1 dc into the back loop only of each stitch to end, sl st into first dc.

Place a row marker at the start of the round. Using the plastic plant pot as a guide, work in a spiral so that the work fits cosily over the pot. Increase as before as and when it is needed. I eventually increased to a total of 66 dc and completed 28 rounds. Continue working until 2 rounds beyond the top of the pot have been completed.

I leave the chart with crochet stitch details, this pattern is easy to make and the chart very simple to understand.




FLOWERS

With pink crochet cotton and 1.5mm hook make 2 chain.

1st round: 6 dc into 2nd chain from hook. Join with a slip st into 1st dc. Break off pink and join in yellow.




2nd round: 1 ch, 1 dc into same stitch as chain, [2 ch, 1 dc into next dc] 5 times, 2 ch. Sl st into 1st dc. (6 spaces)

3rd round: 1 ch, [1 dc, 2 ch, 3 tr, 2 ch, 1 dc] into each 2 ch space, sl st into 1st dc. Fasten off.

Make enough flowers to cover the soil so that their edges overlap slightly. I made a total of 6 flowers.




LEAVES

With green crochet cotton and 1.5mm hook make 2 chain.

1st round: 6 dc into 2nd chain from hook. Join with a slip st into 1st dc.

2nd round: 1 ch, 2 dc into same stitch as chain, [2 dc into next dc] 5 times. Sl st into 1st dc. (12 dc)

3rd round: 1ch, 1…




With the plastic pot inside the crocheted pot, stuff the pot with something that will give it some weight and fill the pot to the brim. I used an old sock (clean of course!).

Slip stitch the soil piece to the inside rim of the crocheted pot, just above the rim of the plastic pot.

See below for some crochet pots ideas. below we have basic model making with a crochet flowers tutorial. see how to start crocheting flowers and fixing pearls. I found it beautiful and very productive. learn more.




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