How to Crochet : How to Crochet Flowers

In order to crochet a rosebud flower, start by making 17 chains and do a double crochet in the fifth chain from the hook. Learn about the crochet patterns used for making a rosebud, and find out how to finish with a single crochet stitch with help from a crochet instructor in this free video on crocheting flowers. Expert: Jan Runkel Contact: www.justjaddesigns.com Bio: Jan Runkel has over 15 years of experience in knitting and crocheting instruction and design. Runkel is currently the on-site instructor for Yarn Company of Palm Desert in California. Filmmaker: Gina Miller-Britton
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  1. @JohannekeMerkje my nan showed me how to do it and i’m only 15 but im better than my mum,lol, i thkin she skipped a loop in between and forgot to tell us though and in the first one she did she only did five stiches, not six so i’ll have to try them both

  2. You do need some crochet-experience, but I do understand this flower. I took lessons crochet in The Netherlands, for the basics. with these basics I can use videos like this one for special projects. Thnks Johanneke, Leiden, the Netherlands

  3. Este instruccional no explica bien como hacer el capullo de rosa. Fíjense en la forma de los pétalos que está bien definida, para que me resultara, tuve que usar punto raso ( slip stich) en el espacio luego de hacer los primeros 6 palos altos (doble crochet), luego continuo haciendo 6 palos más entre los dos palos que forman una V y que es dividido por una cadeneta (chain 1). O sea en la segunda vuelta ejecutamos 6 p. a., uno raso y luego 6 palos altos entre los palos V de la vuelta anterior.

  4. Este instruccional no explica bien como hacer el capullo de rosa. Fíjense en la forma de los pétalos que está bien definida, para que me resultara, tuve que usar punto raso ( slip stich) en el espacio luego de hacer los primeros 6 palos altos (doble crochet), luego continuo haciendo 6 palos más entre los dos palos que forman una V y que es dividido por una cadeneta (chain 1). O sea en la segunda vuelta ejecutamos 6 p. a., uno raso y luego 6 palos altos entre los palos V de la vuelta anterior.

  5. hi,,i watch ur video,can i ask if how can i put in my blanket dis rose,,u have a video about that..thanks………….

  6. Thank you so much! I made oen and it did not come at as perfect as yours but it is still good when I folded it and I was able to give it to my teacher as a gift. Thank you for doing it slowly, I could really do it because you did it slow. Im a beginner that’s why. Well once again thank you so much I was able to make a purple rose and now I am going to try it again. : ]

  7. my hook is with a different hook on the top so its kinda hard to put the yarn through lols but its still good

  8. I’m trying to make a ‘tam’..the very first part was useful to me…having to go back in the first chain to create the circle…the rest of this vid is just WAYYY too fast to be helpful.

  9. @princess4eva1193 I would recommend that you use a 4 ply yarn. It is going to be heavier and easier for you to hold on to.

  10. I just started crocheting today and i watched all your beginner videos and i think im doing pretty good but my yarn is very thin and hard to tell what i’m doing. do you have any recommendations on what type of yarn a beginner should use?

  11. wow, thank you so much! I was following along in the Company’s Coming Crafts book of crocheting and got stuck on how to work into a ring, thanks for clearing that up for me!

  12. wow, thank you so much! I was following along in the Company’s Coming Crafts book of crocheting and got stuck on how to work into a ring, thanks for clearing that up for me!

  13. I started a blanket & have 10 rows of double crochet & 1 row of treble crochet going so far. I was wondering what stitches would be cool and simplistic for this blanket (I want a variety of corresponding stitches to look cool) Thanks 🙂

  14. @Ram750 Working in the second chain from the hook is another starting technique. You go ahead and work the 6 single crochet in the same chain. The continual round is worked when you do not join. You will work the first stitch in the top of the first single crochet and then continue crocheting around according to your instructions. The continual round eliminates the seam that will happen with joining.

  15. Your circle is similar to a pattern i have. But the beginning is different and i’m confused by it. It says: Ch.2, Rnd1: work 6sc in 2nd ch from hook; do not join; work proceeds in continuous spiral. What does it mean by work 6sc in 2nd ch from hook? is it that there will be an end hanging off it? or am i just over thinking this? i understand the rest of the pattern, the beginning is just confusing me…
    Danke
    Ram

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