In this tutorial, you'll be making some cute and easy crochet buttons. The pattern uses US terms and stitches include double crochet (dc), chain (ch), and a magic ring. You can think of endless variations to embellish your crochet buttons, like using citrus colors to create a fruity look!
Brighten up your outfits this summer with these Fruity Brooches. This simple pattern includes watermelon, lemon, and kiwi brooches, which look amazing with every outfit. Why not also try making an orange slice or grapes too? You'll soon have a whole fruity cocktail to choose from.
This button is crocheted around a bone ring, and has an open center. Use it in curtain ties, clutches and bags or even on coats.
This pattern is given for a button that’s one inch across. You could use the same method and crochet around any size bone ring for bigger or smaller buttons. You basically work enough stitches into the ring to fill it up and then slip stitch around for the second round.
"Crochet a colorful flower! With a little practice, you will soon be churning out loads of flowers. I hope to inspire you to use your most colorful yarns to create your own crochet gardens. A single flower makes a gorgeous pin/brooch, or string them together for a garland. Embellish a baby blanket….a cushion…..the list is endless! Pattern uses US crochet terms, and you can find UK terms in Abbreviations. I used scraps of DK weight yarn and 4 ply/fingering weight yarn for my flowers, but you can use any yarn weight you wish - just use a matching hook. DK weight - 3.5mm hook 4 ply/fingering weight - 2.5mm or 3.00mm hook"
You can get the crochet pattern to make your own Crochet Peony Flower. This pattern will make a flower messing 8.5cm (3 1/4 inches) across using Yarnart Begonia sport weight 2 mercersied cotton. Written in both US and UK terms Difficulty is Advanced beginner, you will need to know how to (USA Terms) make a Magic Ring, DC, Slip stitch, work in the back and front loops. Materials: 1 ball of yellow and pink Yarnart Begonia mercerised cotton. 2.5mm Crochet hook Tapestry needle Scissors Stitch markers if desired Any questions about the pattern, just ask.
"You'll absolutely love making these quick and easy crochet flowers. There are two 6 petal flower patterns, a small one and a slightly less small one. The two flowers can easily be combined to make a double layer flower. These adorable flowers are perfect for embellishing your favorite projects from hats, to headbands, to bag - anywhere that could benefit from crochet spring goodness. Skills to know include the magic ring, hdc, sc, dc, tr, sl st and working through different loops."