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Thursday, May 5

Free crochet flower pattern



8 comments:

CROCHET Junkie said...

Written Pattern?

Anonymous said...

TOO bad there is not a way to follow the pattern!!!! Why post a pattern that is not in English!?!?!?!

Anonymous said...

The pattern is posted, its a graph and VERY easy to figure out. There is no need for a written pattern as graph patterns can be used regardless of the language you speak. Please google how to read crochet graph patterns...or pick up Donna Kooler's Encyclopedia of Crochet.

Michelle McNeil said...

I understand every symbol on the pattern except for the 3 dashed line... anyone know what it means?

Rachel Dwight said...

Hey Michelle, I'm going to go ahead and assume that's a triple crochet. I'm going to try this pattern this afternoon and go from there.

Anonymous said...

Although this is a couple of months late, may I state that the three dashes are the symbols for chain 3... hope this helps someone down the line, and may I also comment that the charts are the way I learned to crochet, and also how, with a little patience, I learned to read written patterns.... some magazines used to print both, and it made it easy for me to learn to read patterns after I taught myself how to crochet with a book for kids that only had pictures... a little patience and determination, and you can learn anything...

Anonymous said...

Love the look of these flowers, however I cannot follow the chart, only due to the fact I've only ever learnt to read a pattern. would love to know if the 3 dash's mean triple crochet or chain 3!

Poppy Little said...

I've made the flower and I've crocheted the 3 dashes as a triple. Hope that helps.