All in One Wrap Flower

So I'm always on the lookout for flower patterns and something different and beautiful.  I love the look of those wrap flowers but hate having to sew them together.  Often times I just can't get them to wrap right and it's just a mess.  Also, I found them to be a little too bulky for a recent project I had.  I set out to create something of my own.  Here is a wrap flower that is fairly flat and it's worked all in one piece, no need to make a long spiral and no sewing here!  It works up pretty quick and is easy to make!  That's just the way I like it, LOL!

So for this project I used a worsted weight yarn and an H hook because that was what I was working with.  You are more than welcome to use whatever size yarn you have and the hook needed for that yarn.  My flower ended up being about 4 inches wide, so of course the smaller yarn and hook you use then the smaller the flower will be, while the larger they are then the larger the flower will be.

This pattern has been edited 08/10/2015 due to an error. Round 5 of the flower base creates too many loops and the the rest of the pattern then doesn't make sense. IF you download the PDF file please make sure to omit round 5 for a correct flower.

Note: Do not join rounds in the base, work in a continuous spiral.  You may want to mark the beginning of each round with a stitch marker.

Flower Base
Make a magic loop/ring.
Rnd 1: ch 1, work 8 hdc in loop. (8 hdc)
Rnd 2: in back loops only, work 2 hdc in each hdc around.  (16 hdc)
Rnd 3: in back loops only, (hdc, 2 hdc in next st) around.  (24 hdc)
Rnd 4: in back loops only, (hdc in next 2 sts, 2 hdc in next st) around.  (32 hdc)
Rnd 5: in back loops only, (hdc in next 3 sts, 2 hdc in next st) around.  (40 hdc)
Sc in next st and turn.
Don't fasten off.

Petal Loops
After you've turned your piece you should be looking at the side edge of it. Now you will slip stitch around the edge of your piece and in the front loops that were left unworked from the spiral. 
Ch 3, skip the sc and 1 hdc, slst in next st, (Ch 3, skip 2 hdc, slst in next loop) until you have 19 Ch3 spaces.
(Ch 2, skip 1 hdc, slst in next loop) around for 12 Ch2 spaces.

In each of the 12 Ch2 spaces work (slst, hdc, 2 dc, hdc, slst).
In each of the 19 Ch3 spaces work (slst, hdc, 3 dc, hdc, slst).  At the end of the flower slst to the next stitch on the flower base.
Fasten Off and weave in ends.

That's it!  I hope it was easy to follow and if you have any questions then please feel free to leave them below so I can help you!  You are more than welcome to sell what you make from this pattern but please link to this blog.  :)

I've made a wrap flower square using this flower with double crochets. Check it out for a full photo tutorial of these flowers.

TERMS :: You may sell whatever you make with my pattern, but please link back to my blog. Please DO NOT alter my pattern and repost it in any way, claiming it as your own.

Happy crocheting!
Chassity O.


  1. Brilliant !! Fast easy way to make a beautiful flower

  2. I'm beside myself my flower looks nothing like this, mine flat. Please help

    1. Just let me know exactly where the problem is and I'd be happy to try and help you in any way I can. The flower itself is pretty flat and just the petals poke out. You can also email me at :)

  3. I'm having the same problem. After doing all of the petal loops I still have 38 more front loops in the middle of the flower base, 2 1/2 rounds worth! Looking at your double crochet flower, maybe you forgot to tell us to go through the stitch from the Kay round AND a front loop like on that one?

    1. Thanks so much for letting me know the specifics of your problem. I've figured out that for some reason I have too many foundation rows. In the flower base if you only work 4 rows then it works out correctly. :)

    2. That's what I wound up doing later that day and got a great looking flower for a headband! :) Love this flower!