Crochet 3D flower bouquet Pattern by Crochet For You.
I love my 3D flower Golden Trumpet Vine. They are bloom around our house and inspired me to make them in the past, just for fun. The idea of making flower bouquet using these flowers blew my mind.
The last couple of days I totally spent my times to create this beautiful flower boutique. I followed my own pattern Golden Trumpet Vine (Allamanda cathartica) once again and make this flower boutique to decorate our living room. I also thinking this would be a great gift for mother’s day. What do you think? 🙂
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This is my first try to make crochet 3D flower bouquet. I’m very satisfied with the end result. These flowers and it is color always put a smile on my face when I see it. I hope you will love it and try it, too. 🙂
Below you will find what I did to make a beautiful crocheted 3D flower bouquet.
Skill Level: Intermediate
3-fine, sport weight / 100% Acrylic / 175 total yards. (Maybe if you used cotton blend yarn, flowers and leaves would get more sturdy)
- Yellow color yarn (approx: 100 yards)
- Olive green color yarns (approx: 75 yards)
- 3.5 mm (U.S E/4) crochet hook
- Florist wire and tape
- Tapestry needle for weaving ends.
Gauge: Gauge is not very important for this project.
- ch – chain
- sl st – slip stitch
- sc – single crochet
- dc – double crochet
- st – stitch
- The pattern is easy to follow. First, you need to make flowers and leaves separately.
- And attached the florist wire to each flower and leaves then wrap florist tape to make the stem.
- I made 7 flowers and 7 leaves for my bouquet using yellow and olive green color leftover yarns 100% acrylic.
- Please click the link below to crochet 3D flower pattern. And come back here to make leaves.
Watch the video tutorial
Crocheted 3D Flower Bouquet Pattern (Golden Trumpet Vine)
Crochet 3D flower
Please click here to go to the Golden Trumpet Vine crochet pattern. And come back here to make leaves. 🙂
Row 1: ch 14, sl st to second ch from hook, *sl st to next ch 2. sc in next 9 sts, 3 sc in last ch, work in opposite side of the foundation chains, sc in each st next ch 9, turn.
Row 2: ch 2, 2 hdc in next st, hdc in next st, dc in each of next 3 dc, 2 hdc in next st, 3 hdc in each of next 3 sts, 3 hdc in next st, 3 hdc in each of next 3 sts, 2 hdc in next st, dc in each of next 3 dc, hdc in next st, 2 hdc in next st, hdc in next st, turn.
Row 3: sc in first at and each of next 26 sts, fasten off and weave the ends.
(Attach the florist wire to each flower and leaves then wrap florist tape to make the stem)
To attach the stem, insert the florist wire from the stem of the flower and get the wire out from the middle of the flower. Fold the wire about 2 inches long and make the hook. Pull back the wire and twist. Wrap and cover the wire part using florist tape. (you will need to wrap few times to get the thickness)
Insert the florist wire from the stem of the leaf and take it out from the top (I careful to insert the wire through the crochet stitches and not to see the wire two sides of the leaf. Look at the 4 and 5 photo below). Fold the wire little bit make a hook as we did last time. Wrap and cover the wire part using florist tape. (you will need to wrap few times to get the thickness)
Attach the leaf to where you prefer. And wrap again using florist tape. I made 7 flowers and 7 leaves for my bouquet. Then twisted and twisted, wrap again florist tape with few flowers and leaves together.
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