Easy sunflower applique- free crochet flower pattern
Spring has arrived and it is time for more colorful crochet! In this post, I will share how to crochet an easy sunflower applique! Keep reading for the free crochet pattern.
You can use this crochet sunflower applique in so many ways. Add them on a crochet blanket, or a hat. You can place them on crochet bags and scarves. You can even use them as mini crochet flower keychains.
I designed the sunflower applique for my crochet flower gnome pattern. If you haven’t seen the latest crochet Spring garden gnomes you can see them here!
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Crochet sunflower applique pattern:
- worsted weight yarn or any yarn you have in your stash
- crochet hook size 3.5mm/ US crochet hook size E
- tapestry needle
The flower size is 6cm/ 2.5 inches
SC- single crochet
DC- double crochet
HDC- half double crochet
BLO- back loop only
MR- magic ring
Sunflower applique pattern:
Rnd 1: Start with a MR and make 11 DC into it, SS to join in 2nd ch of initial ch-2.
Switch to yellow color
The first layer of petals. We will work on the next round in the BLO.
Rnd 2: *CH 7, HDC in 3rd ch from hook, HDC in next 3, SC in last, SS in BLO of next stitch* 12 times (12 petals)
If you will make your sunflower 1 layered fasten off here or continue making the second layer of petals.
In the next round, we will work in the front loops of round 1.
Rnd 3: SS in first stitch, *CH 6, HDC in 3rd from your hook, HDC in next 2, SC in last, SS in front loop of next*rep around. FO.
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Hi,is there a pattern off the green leave at the daisy flower and sunflower?
It will be added on the post today!