Baby’s Breath or Gypsophila is a fancy and tiny flower that symbolizes innocence, purity, and everlasting love. Among crafters, this flower is so well-loved and easy to make. This project is perfect as fillers of crocheted flowers and bouquets to add a subtle touch of elegance and charm.

Since it is a must-try as an access flower of your crochet flower bouquet, we provide you with many free patterns for other flowers so you can try making your own crochet flower bouquets. Patterns List Link.

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Why Do We Love Baby’s Breath

  • This crocheted baby’s breath is a stunning project that we love for its appearance because of its tiny intricate petals that bring beautiful texture to your crafts.
  • For its color suggestion, choose from light pink, white, beige, blue, or yellow colors, and explore various elements like leaves, petals, and accents. The possibilities are endless, and any combination of colors can create a unique and beautiful look.
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Usage

  • Original usages: Crocheted baby’s breath is a versatile and delicate gift that can be used for baby showers, newborns, nurseries, special occasions, and photo shoots. Its delicate design adds charm to handmade items, creates a whimsical atmosphere, and can be used as a wall hanging, mobile, or dream catcher.
  • Functional usages: Crocheted baby’s breath makes a beautiful and eye-catching addition to any crochet project, such as a shawl, blanket, or hat. You can use crocheted baby’s breath to create stunning handmade accessories such as keychains, belts, or even earrings. Adding crocheted baby’s breath to a project adds texture, color, and dimension and can help make any project stand out. You can also use crocheted baby’s breath to decorate clothing, bags, or other items. It can add a unique and whimsical touch to any project.
  • Flower bouquet ideas: Crocheted baby’s breath is a unique and eye-catching way to create a stunning floral bouquet. It can be used as the main flower or as an accent flower or for foliage/greenery. For a misty, romantic look, try pairing crocheted baby’s breath with other soft florals such as blush pink roses or white lisianthus. For a bit of a bolder look, team the baby’s breath with rich colors and greens like dark burgundy roses or eucalyptus foliage. Adding copper-colored foliage to the mix can give the bouquet a unique rustic feel.

Video

Note: Video subtitles need to be turned on by yourself in the settings

Materials

  • Yarn -yarn of four colors, dark and light purple, yellow, and green
  • Hook-2.5mm
  • Flower rod – 16 inches long x 0.08 inches diameter (40cm x 2mm)
  • Iron wire – 0.02 inches diameter (0.4mm)
  • Scissors  
  • Stitch marker
  • Darning needle
  • Hot melt adhesive

Difficulty

Our pattern requires some intermediate-level skills due to the detail of working with the flower stamens. The most challenging part lies in looping the yarn around the ring and making sure to keep the tail ends in check. With patience and practice, this is certainly a project that any willing beginner can learn. We provided a video tutorial for this pattern, so don’t hesitate to give it a try!

Stitches and Abbreviation

  • Ch – Chain
  • Sc – Single Crochet
  • Ss – Slip Stitch

Pattern Notes

  • Our patterns are written in US crochet terms.
  • Follow the pattern carefully to avoid mistakes.
  • Additional notes are written in Italics.

Step-by-Step baby’s breath Patterns

To make the baby breath’s flower(make 9):

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  • Step 1. Start with a magic ring.
  • Step 2. make ch 3, then work 2 sc in the 2nd stitch from the hook. Ss into the original magic ring. Repeat 4 times to create 5 petals. 1 ss, cut and hide the tail with a darning needle.

To make the baby’s breath stamen(make 9):

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  • Make 9 stamens by using a piece of yellow yarn about 10cm in length.
  • Create a loop and wrap the yarn around the ring 5 times, knotting the loop in place when complete.

Note: Refer to the video for more details and guidelines on this pattern.

How to assemble crocheted baby’s breath flower

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  • Step 1: Get the flower and the stamen, use the hook to pull the stamen at the center of the flower.
  • Step 2: Get the wire and tie it with the existing yarn of the flower stamen. Make sure it was securely tied with the yarn, then fold it twice.
  • Step 3: Get another yarn to cover the stem to make it presentable. Do this with the other 8 crocheted baby’s breath flowers. wrap the stem of 3 flowers together with yarn.
  • Step 4: Get the flower rod then place the flowers in the rod then arrange them accordingly.

Note: Refer to the video for more details and guidelines on this pattern.

Afterthoughts

The baby’s breath flower is an easy-to-make project that adds charm to your crocheted projects. We have covered the various aspects of this project, from its cute appearance, beautiful texture, and intricate petals that bring a touch of elegance to your bouquets, decors, and crocheted projects. For its color variations, light pink, white, beige, blue, and yellow; offer endless possibilities for exploring different combinations and adding unique elements. With our guided pattern and video tutorial, pick up your hook and witness the beauty of crocheted baby’s breath blooming in your crafts.

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Crochet Baby’s Breath

How to crochet Baby's Breath pattern with an easy-to-follow, step-by-step tutorial.
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Type: Crochet bouquet, crochet flower
difficult level: middle
Keyword: Crochet Baby’s Breath, crochet gypsophila

Equipment

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

Ingredients

  • Yarn yarn of four colors, dark and light purple, yellow, and green
  • Flower rod 16 inches long x 0.08 inches diameter (40cm x 2mm)
  • Iron wire 0.02 inches diameter (0.4mm)
  • Hot melt adhesive

Instructions

To make the flower pattern(make 9):

  • Step 1. Start with a magic ring.
  • Step 2. Ch 3, then work 2 sc in the 2nd stitch from the hook. Ss into the original magic ring. Repeat 4 times to create 5 petals. 1 ss, cut and hide the tail with a darning needle.

To make the flower stamen(make 9):

  • 1. Make 9 stamens by using a piece of yellow yarn about 10cm in length.
  • 2. Create a loop and wrap the yarn around the ring 5 times, knotting the loop in place when complete.

Assemble

  • Step 1: Get the flower and the stamen, use the hook to pull the stamen at the center of the flower.
  • Step 2: Get the wire and tie it with the existing yarn of the flower stamen. Make sure it was securely tied with the yarn, then fold it twice.
  • Step 3: Get another yarn to cover the stem to make it presentable. Do this with the other 8 crocheted baby’s breath flowers. wrap the stem of 3 flowers together with yarn.
  • Step 4: Get the flower rod then place the flowers in the rod then arrange them accordingly.
  • Note: Refer to the video for more details and guidelines on this pattern.

Video

Notes

  • Our patterns are written in US crochet terms.
  • Follow the pattern carefully to avoid mistakes.
  • Additional notes are written in Italics.

More Crochet Patterns

Check out our following flower patterns too.

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