Welcome to a world where the gentle art of crochet intertwines with the vibrant embrace of aloe vera. As an avid crochet enthusiast, I find solace in the rhythmic motions of my hook and the soothing touch of nature’s green bounty. In this blog, I invite you to join me on a journey to explore the beautiful synergy between crochet and aloe vera, discovering the joy of creating botanical-inspired masterpieces with our hands.

In addition to this aloe vera pattern, we also introduced how to crochet cactus and lovely puff flower pattern in a lovely small pot with free pattern and video.

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Materials for Aloe Vera

  • Yarn -yarn of green colors
  • Hook – 2.5mm
  • Darning needle
  • Scissors 
  • Stitch marker
  • Hot melt adhesive

Difficulty

The difficulty level of our pattern is considered intermediate. The pattern includes basic crochet stitches such as single crochet (sc) and increases (2 sc in each stitch), which are commonly used in many crochet projects. However, there are some rounds where the number of stitches per round increases, which requires careful counting and attention to detail. Overall, if you have some experience with crochet and are familiar with these stitches and techniques, you should be able to follow this pattern without too much difficulty.

Gauge

In our given pattern, there is no specific mention of gauge. However, our pattern focuses more on the specific stitch counts and rounds needed to create the small and big leaves, rather than achieving a specific gauge. Still, it is important to consider individual tension and yarn choice for desired leaf size and appearance; create gauge swatch and adjust hook size if needed.

Stitches and Abbreviation

  • Sc – Single crochet
  • Sc 2 in each st –  increase by making 2 single crochets in each stitch

Special Stitches

  • Increase (2 sc in each st): This is an increase stitch that is achieved by working two single crochet stitches into the same stitch from the previous round. It is used in Rounds 3, 5, and 8 in a Small leaf and it is also used in Rounds 3, 5, 8, and 11 in a Big leaf to gradually increase the number of stitches.

Notes

  • Our pattern is written in US terms.

Step-by-Step Aloe Vera Patterns

Aloe Vera Small Leaf (make 3)

  • Start with a magic ring.
  • Round 1: Make 6 sc in the round. 1 ss, 1 ch
  • Round 2: Make 6 sc. 1 ss, 1 ch Round 3: Work 2 sc, then work 2 sc in each stitch. Repeat 2 times. 1 ss, 1 ch
  • Round 4: Make 8 sc. 1 ss, 1 ch
  • Round 5: Work 1 sc, then work 2 sc in each stitch. Repeat 4 times. 1 ss, 1 ch
  • Rounds 6-7: Make 12 sc in each round. 1 ss, 1 ch
  • Round 8: Work 1 sc, then work 2 sc in each stitch. Repeat 6 times. 1 ss, 1 ch
  • Rounds 9-15: Make 18 sc in each round. cut and weave the opening
crochet aloe vera pattern|hookok
crochet aloe vera pattern|hookok

Aloe Vera Big Leaf (make 3)

  • Start with a magic ring.
  • Round 1: Make 6 sc in the round. 1 ss, 1 ch
  • Round 2: Make 6 sc. 1 ss, 1 ch
  • Round 3: Work 2 sc, then work 2 sc in each stitch. Repeat 2 times. 1 ss, 1 ch
  • Round 4: Make 8 sc. 1 ss, 1 ch
  • Round 5: Work 1 sc, then work 2 sc in each stitch. Repeat 4 times. 1 ss, 1 ch
  • Rounds 6-7: Make 12 sc in each round. 1 ss, 1 ch
  • Round 8: Work 1 sc, then work 2 sc in each stitch. Repeat 6 times. 1 ss, 1 ch
  • Rounds 9-10: Make 18 sc in each round.1 ss, 1 ch
  • Round 11: Work 2 sc, then work 2 sc in each stitch. Repeat 6 times. 1 ss, 1 ch
  • Rounds 12-15: Make 24 sc in each round.
  • Weave the ends of every leaf you made and cut every existing yarn.
crochet aloe vera pattern|hookok
crochet aloe vera pattern|hookok

Assemble

  • Step 1: Get the leaves and align them edge to edge.
crochet aloe vera pattern|hookok
crochet aloe vera pattern|hookok
  • Step 2: Put hot melt adhesive on every edge of the leaves and attach them securely.
crochet aloe vera pattern|hookok
crochet aloe vera pattern|hookok

Afterthoughts and Wrap Up

Crocheting aloe vera opens up a world of artistic possibilities where you can blend your passion for crochet with the tranquility of nature. Let your imagination take flight as you explore various crochet techniques and experiment with different yarn colors and textures.

May your crochet hooks be your brushes, and may aloe vera be your muse as you embark on a creative journey that intertwines artistry and nature.

Happy crocheting!

crochet aloe vera |hookok

Crochet Aloe Vera Pattern

Learn how to crochet aloe vera with this beginner-friendly tutorial.
4.75 from 4 votes
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Type: crochet plant
difficult level: middle
Keyword: Crochet Aloe Vera

Equipment

  • hook 2.5mm
  • Darning needle
  • scissors
  • stitch marker

Ingredients

  • Yarn yarn of green colors
  • Hot melt adhesive

Instructions

Small Leaf (make 3)

  • Start with a magic ring.
    Round 1: Make 6 sc in the round. 1 ss, 1 ch
    Round 2: Make 6 sc. 1 ss, 1 ch Round 3: Work 2 sc, then work 2 sc in each stitch. Repeat 2 times. 1 ss, 1 ch
    Round 4: Make 8 sc. 1 ss, 1 ch
    Round 5: Work 1 sc, then work 2 sc in each stitch. Repeat 4 times. 1 ss, 1 ch
    Rounds 6-7: Make 12 sc in each round. 1 ss, 1 ch
    Round 8: Work 1 sc, then work 2 sc in each stitch. Repeat 6 times. 1 ss, 1 ch
    Rounds 9-15: Make 18 sc in each round. cut and weave the opening

Big Leaf (make 3)

  • Start with a magic ring.
    Round 1: Make 6 sc in the round. 1 ss, 1 ch
    Round 2: Make 6 sc. 1 ss, 1 ch
    Round 3: Work 2 sc, then work 2 sc in each stitch. Repeat 2 times. 1 ss, 1 ch
    Round 4: Make 8 sc. 1 ss, 1 ch
    Round 5: Work 1 sc, then work 2 sc in each stitch. Repeat 4 times. 1 ss, 1 ch
    Rounds 6-7: Make 12 sc in each round. 1 ss, 1 ch
    Round 8: Work 1 sc, then work 2 sc in each stitch. Repeat 6 times. 1 ss, 1 ch
    Rounds 9-10: Make 18 sc in each round.1 ss, 1 ch
    Round 11: Work 2 sc, then work 2 sc in each stitch. Repeat 6 times. 1 ss, 1 ch
    Rounds 12-15: Make 24 sc in each round.
    Weave the ends of every leaf you made and cut every existing yarn.

Assemble

  • Step 1: Get the leaves and align them edge to edge.
    Step 2: Put hot melt adhesive on every edge of the leaves and attach them securely.

Video

Notes

  • Our pattern is written in US crochet terms.
  • Follow the pattern carefully to avoid mistakes.
  • Take note of the specific stitch counts and techniques.
  • Our pattern requires some attention to detail.
  • Additional notes are written in Italics.
  • Video subtitles need to be turned on by yourself in the settings

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3 Comments

  1. 5 stars
    Great pattern but here is how it should be:

    Small Leaf (make 3)

    Round 1: sc 6 in magic ring [6]
    Round 2: sc 6 [6]
    Round 3: (2 sc, inc) *2 [8]
    Round 4: 8 sc [8]
    Round 5: (1 sc, inc) *4 [12]
    Rounds 6-7: 12 sc
    Round 8: (1 sc, inc) *
    Rounds 9-15: 18 sc [18]
    cut and sew the hole closed

  2. 4 stars
    Easy to follow and clear instructions. It would be nice if there were more leaf variations stated but overall incredible pattern!