Friday, May 27, 2016

Make Jewelry: Crochet Flower Ring

 


Happy Friday all!
With a national holiday mid-week we really didn't feel this week. It flew by so quickly.

Since there are no idle hands in our household mine created this super easy tutorial for a crocheted flower ring. You are going to love it!

DIY Crochet Flower Ring Tutorial

What you need:
1. DK and sport cotton yarn (adequate hooks)
2. Adjustable metal ring
3. Sewing needle and thread
4. Hot glue / liquid silicone glue

Bottom Flower Pattern


Using DK yarn, ch 5 and join to make ring. Sc 5 in ring.
Rnd 1: "ch 6 and starting from 2nd ch from hk, sc across (5).
Sl st in the same st you made the petal in, sl st" in the next and repeat "this pattern" for every st.
When done do not cut yarn.



Rnd 2: Repeat pattern of rnd 1, but sl st at the back of next petal in the previous row. Work the round and end with a sl st. Cut yarn, tie ends.

Upper Flower Pattern - for greater effect I would suggest you use different color for the second flower. Use the same pattern as above but with sport yarn so it comes thinner (and smaller  in size for that matter) than the bottom layer.

Bead - for the bead use this pattern.




Stack flowers one on top of the other and finally, add the bead. Thread a sewing needle and sew through all the layers, fastening the whole flower together. When done,  glue the ring to the flower.

You can add sequins or beads to make it more appealing or instead of the crochet bead you can add (fabric) buttons or wooden beads.

 
 
 

10 comments:

handmade by amalia said...

I am way behind on my blog reading, having been on vacation. It is so nice to be back and catch up on all your beautiful makes. Hope you're having a lovely weekend, Maya.
Amalia
xo

Little Treasures said...

Welcome back Amalia! Thank you for stopping by. Wishing you a lovely weekend too!

Divya N said...

Interesting idea to layer simple flowers. The one with the button looks very cool

Little Treasures said...

The whole set behind has fabric buttons as the center.

Rose said...

That is so cute! you are very talented and I do love the blue necklace from another post!
I need to do one like that!
Rose, xx

Alhana said...

So cute! They remind me of little sea anemone. :-)

Little Treasures said...

Thank you Rose! That is so kind of you!

Little Treasures said...

True :)

Cream Linen said...

Thank you for the tutorial. The rings look lovely!
Tina x

The Charm of Home said...

Very cute!