Monday , 28 November 2022

Crochet Camellia Rose Hat – Learn to Crochet

Now, you can watch how to make this Crochet Camellia Rose Hat so that you can understand it better. Pick and choose whatever colors you would like to make this crochet hat and get started! When you need a quick and easy embellishment for a hat or bag, this easy crochet flower tutorial is perfect. I continue to add patterns that catch my eye.

This simple crochet flower is so cute! This flower is perfect for when you just need a little something extra for a beanie or headband. I normally go up a hook size to make them just a little bit bigger and I spend only 1 hour.

This Crochet Camellia Rose Hat is super easy to make, and you can knock one out in an evening while watching your favorite TV show or movie. These little flowers are quick and easy to make and can brighten up any outfit.

Yarn used: Medium 4 100% Acrylic yarn.
Crochet hook: 3.75mm
Abbreviations used: DC – Double Crochet, Ch -Chain, HDC – half double, SC- Single crochet, Sl st – Slip Stich

Before you dive in, it would be a great idea to head to Pinterest and create a “Crochet Flowers” board if you don’t already have one. (You can see my Crochet Flowers board here.)

The video tutorial you’ll find below will take you through every step of the process from beginning to end. What’s more, you’ll also need very little by way of tools and supplies. Comment below if you have any questions… Let’s start !

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Video tutorial

I hope that you have enjoyed this pattern! I love to see what everyone makes using inspiration from my blog! If like me you’re always looking for patterns, Well I am here to take the frustration out of searching for your next pattern. The crochet community has grown last few years and many designers are setting up their own websites and hosting their own patterns. I like to find and show you these independent designers and bring their fabulous projects to you. Please always visit and thank the individual designers for their generosity.

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