This is the first pattern I ever wrote. I am re-posting it from my original blog.
I created it because I am teaching my 8 year old how to crochet, and it has been really difficult to find patterns that she can understand and do on her own. She knows the terminology, but doesn't understand the abbreviations or instructions very well. So most of the time when she wants to make something, I still
have to preview and decipher it for her. I made up this simple six-petal
flower pattern because I had a hard time finding a flower pattern that
doesn't include the triple crochet stitch (TC) - something that is still
difficult for her. When you're just starting out, you need something simple and easy. Well, here it is! As a beginner, you should be able to complete a flower in about 10-15 minutes.
Use your favorite yarn and any size hook to complete this pattern.
Simple six-petal flower pattern:
Row 1. Chain 6. ss to join in ring. (6 stitches total)
Row 2. 2sc in ea st. (12 total)
Row 3. (2sc, 3dc) rep. 6x. ss.
Row 4. (sc, ch4, sk 4, sc) rep. 6x. ss to join.
Congrats, you've made a flower!
You can use any hook size and any yarn.
Experimenting with shape, size, and fabric is half the fun! Enjoy :)