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Easy Little Crochet Roses

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Easy Little Deco Roses

No matter the season, you can have these Easy Little Crochet Roses to adorn just about anything. These little crochet flowers are quick and easy to crochet, and perfect to add to so many projects like crochet blankets, purses, shawls, etc. The crochet roses are finished in just two short rounds of crochet. Each rose is less than 2 inches wide and 3/4 inches tall. You can use them for hair pieces, clutches or pins and the possibilities are endless! Spread the beauty of roses everywhere with this crochet rose pattern.

Difficulty LevelBeginner

Crochet HookF/5 or 3.75 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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I think these roses will be adorable to add adornment to toddlers clothes and hats. I want to try making them with a hook smaller than the F by using my small steel hooks used for doilies. There are so many beautiful colors to decorate blouses and dresses. I love the variegated threads and often have leftovers yardage after making a doily. If you aren't used to working with thread you could use baby thin yarn too.

The easy little crochet roses pattern is great for beginners. These little rose can be used on homemade crochet hats or scarves. They are quick to make up and use very little yarn. This can be made in so many different colors and will be great to make that scarf or hat look good.

These are so pretty. I will pin them on clothes, and tote bags, and give them as gifts. I think I will decorate a basket with them, and make some type of centerpiece.

They are so easy to make. I made hair clips with them, and they look really cool if you put them in metal base hairband. But what i liked the most was putting them on convnas and turning into home decor. The flowers are easy to make and depends on what you will use them you can change the yarn from cotton to acrylic etc.

These flowers would look great on an indoor fabric wreath! I have a new granddaughter on the way, and I think a wreath with these flowers in pastels would look delicate and cozy in her nursery. Or maybe in black and white like the toys for infants because they can't see that well at first and the contrast of black and white is something they notice better.

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