How to Crochet a Flower: Easy Pattern Tutorial for Beginners

Are you ready to add cute little crochet flowers to your projects? My latest tutorial, “How to Crochet a Flower,” is perfect for beginners and seasoned crocheters alike! This easy crochet flower pattern starts with a simple magic ring and includes just 10 single crochet stitches in the first round. In the second round, you’ll switch to a different color and create delicate petals using chains.

Whether you’re decorating accessories, embellishing wearables, or simply enjoying a fun, quick project, this easy crochet flower will bring a touch of handmade beauty to your life. Below you’ll find step-by-step photos and a detailed video to help you every step of the way.


In order to follow along with this crochet flower tutorial, you’ll want to brush up on the following skills.

  • Magic Ring – learn here
  • Chaining – learn here
  • Single Crochet – learn here


I’ve made a complete video tutorial to walk you through this project. Click on the play button to view below!

Easy Crochet Flower – Written Pattern and Photo Tutorial

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How to Crochet a Flower – Step by Step

Round 1:

magic ring

With color #1, begin with a magic ring.

Insert hook into ring.

Draw up a loop and ch 1.

Make 10 sc in ring.

Pull on tail to cinch magic ring closed.

Join round using a sl st in the first st of the round.

Cut yarn and fasten off.

Round 2:

Insert hook into any stitch, and attach new color.

Ch 10.

Sl st into same sp (the same space in which you started the ch 10).

Sl st into the next st.

Repeat this process all the way around.

Last sl st will go into the first st of round.

Cut yarn and fasten off.

Weave in ends.


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