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How to Crochet a Rose

Jun 06, 2021
Halon is Melanie ham. Welcome back to my channel. Today's video is this

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flower. I showed it on my Instagram and everyone loved it and wanted to see a tutorial. So this is the video. Look at this one I made. I'm going to show you exactly how to make this flower. I'll show you how to modify it, since the blue and the pink are actually the same pattern, the exact same numbers. Sometimes as a beginner you guys get confused about how your choice of yarn will affect the pattern and here is an example literally blue pink exactly the same numbers this is just a much thicker yarn a bigger hook it's ok so i made this one which is the same kind of yarn as the blue one but i made it a lot smaller so i'll have all those details for you on my blog with a bunch of other pics of different swatches i made if you like my videos please give me a thumbs up tells youtube that my videos are valuable and to like them and they're not junk so it's really really helpful if you guys give me a thumbs up or a little comment or however you want to do it.
how to crochet a rose
I don't want to force them but it really helps so let's move on to the tutorial this is a cotton yarn I wanted to show you on an acrylic yarn. Just get off the hooks I recommend. This one recommends a 6mm one. Here is my hook. This is the clover. More hooks. They are my absolute favorites because of the way the pattern. works is that each petal will take about five stitches multiples of 5 plus one so let's keep it easy and just say 5 make 25 petals so 25 times 5 125 plus 1 that's how multiples work so go ahead and chains. 126 if you want it bigger then you can add more if you want it smaller you can add minus two three four five ok there's ten I just want to show you what the base chain looks like let the hook do the work. you try not to make it too loose but also don't let it be these super tiny stitches they will both give you trouble so let the hook do the work for you and create the stitch size you need. single

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all the stitches going down so we're going to skip that one that's why we need the plus one at the end no matter how many petals you decide to use and we're going to single crochet the next chain and if you need a refresher on the stitch low, insert the loop on the hook, pull the loop, pull both loops, so make a single crochet to the beginning.
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Here is our base chain with single crochets all the way. down here is our last man here the next step is we're going to convert our work and we need to chain five right so one two three four five and then it's one two three four insert your hook for a slip stitch here and that's this is going to be where we place our petals so again one t wo three four five one two three four in the fifth stitch slip stitch which is to insert the hook loop pull continue pulling through one two three four five one two three four in the fifth point slip point so now it continues going down now ideally if nothing's messed up it should be one two three four five one two three four on the fifth we're placing our last slip point ok so I wait you're done even to be honest with you if this ends up with only four stitches or whatever just go with it ok don't redo all that because of one stitch now if you know it looks silly, maybe now is a chance to redo it, but I'm NOT a fan of ripping things out unless you absolutely have to, so I think you'll be able to get it to work worst case scenario, this first one looks a bit silly, you can make your Center change our work this is how it should look very bad ok now this is how the petals are going to go. we're going to be making our s stitch inside the chain five space, we're going to start with a single crochet, insert our hook loop, pull the yarn over both loops, followed by the half treble crochet loop, insert the hook loop , pass the wool, pass through all the loops, now we go. i'm making a double crochet loop insert hook loop pull yarn over two loops yarn over two loops that's our double crochet now we're going to do three treble crochets which is and this is all our terminology ok so for triple crochet row twice insert crochet loop pull through four loops on crochet loop a loop a loop two and again we need three of those treble loops twice insert crochet loop pull through loop a loop to loop last two one two two ok now I don't like having this giant gap here so we're going to do another treble crochet on our second basically the midpoint under here so one two three, four, so in that second stitch we're going to r we're going to lay out a problem alright so yarn twice down that hook insert it into that second stitch yarn go through four loops on the hook yarn to yarn to get there and what that does kind of flatten that pedals a little bit and controls that space well, so now we're going to repeat the same side here in this opening, so that's another three triples.
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I'm going to go a little faster. Here is number three. half double crochet all three loops and then a single crochet at the end here is our first petal no slip stitch or transition necessary we're going to start with our single crochet right in the next five chain space so again half single crochet double crochet double three issues ok and then the issue in that second single crochet down here twice so we insert our hook, grab the yarn behind, pull it over and then three more issues double crochet half double crochet ending with wi Make a single crochet to finish petal number two and it will get a little twisty and curvy, go ahead and do all the petals in all five spaces of the chain back to the beginning.
how to crochet a rose
We'll meet there so I just finished and sat down and did it all in one go so I could time myself and it took me about 50 minutes to do it and I was focused. I wasn't on my phone or doing anything. It shouldn't be the next step it's optional to cut the yarn by pulling on it pulling on it so it's secure go back here at the beginning and reattach the yarn here and then we'll leave that tail later so insert the hook where the loop was pulled up that loop and then I'm doing it in the back loop just because it creates that little edge so I insert into the back loop yarn over pull keep pulling so again totally optional but I feel like it adds kind of a touch really extra so look at the difference between this side and this side and that's all it takes to get to the end ok so in that back loop we're just stitching slips let me show you what it looks like at the end of the petal slider so it can tighten up really quickly, so really make sure it's not pulling.
I have these little dots here too. You can see the difference there, okay, so go ahead and finish those slip stitches and I'll see you at the end and show you how, so we're going to sew it all together nicely and then I'm actually going to bring this all the way to the base and then I'll leave a very tail long for us to sew it that will just take out a couple extra weaves in the tails so we need a pretty long strand i would say make if you know 24 25 inches two feet long or so you will end up trimming last but its best safe than sorry and you need a needle, we just want to get this in so that the way it will work is you.
You're going to roll this one up and then you're going to travel it like it's just starting to make a circle, okay? and sometimes it's easier to do it from behind because you line up those low points, they see that, but of course we want it to look good, so you'll end up complaining a bit about this, see how? it's like keeping these petals and really making a shape on the flower and trying to keep them flat here at the bottom you see how these run right next to each other okay and basically we're going to take this and so with the bottom together and this will take you a few minutes because we want to make sure it's nice and secure especially if you're going to put this in a hat this one you know is big you might want to put this in a bag or something we don't want the rows to get fall off or fall apart from the middle so I'm going to start here and I like to go over the bottom of everything and drizzle the flour that way if I handle it.
I know it's not going to completely fall apart I'm going to travel across a l A little bit and sew it up so basically you're going to go back and forth you're going to keep it well tucked in until you feel like you've got it secure go ahead and keep sewing the flour, weave in all those other tails and then you're done

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