If you’re looking to create something charming and delightful, why not learn how to crochet a freesia flower? Don’t worry if you’re new to crochet – this guide is here to help you step by step. Gather your supplies and let’s get started!

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If you’d like to learn to crochet other flowers to go with your bouquet, we have plenty of free tutorials for that too. Pattern list link.

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Color Variations

  • 1. Color variations are available to match personal preferences or project requirements. Crochet freesia its charming look, making it ideal for creating lasting keepsakes or gifts for loved ones.
  • 2. White freesia is the most classic color, and there are also yellow, pink, purple, blue, red, etc. So you can try different colors to create a unique freesia flower.
  • 3. In addition, we provide 86 colors of cotton yarn for you to choose from. What are you waiting for, crocheters? Grab your hooks, select your favorite yarn, and let’s begin this amazing crochet adventure together.
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Starter Kits

We have made you a beautiful crochet freesia flower starter kit which included everything needed for homemade freesia flower. With this package, you can make a freesia flower bouquet containing 5 freesia flowers.

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Materials for crochet freesia flower

  • Yarn- pink and green
  • Crochet hook-2.0mm
  • Scissors
  • Darning needle
  • Stitch marker
  • Flower rod – 30 cm length
  • Iron wire- 0.5 mm
  • Hot melt adhesive

Stitches and Abbreviation

  • sc: Single Crochet
  • hdc: Half Double Crochet
  • dc: Double Crochet
  • tr: Treble Crochet
  • ch: Chain Stitch
  • ss: Slip Stitch
  • Picot St: Picot St

Special Stitches

  • Picot st: This is a decorative stitch often used to create a small loop or point in crochet. It’s made by chaining a certain number of stitches and then slip stitching back into the first chain, creating a loop.

Pattern 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.
  • Use stitch markers to mark the beginning of each round.
  • Additional notes are written in Italics.

Step-by-Step Crochet Freesia Flower Patterns

Big flower of crochet freesia flower:

  • R1: Start with 4 ch, then from 1st st of the hook, work 3 dc and turn.
  • R2: 3 ch, then work (3 dc in same st) repeat 3 times and turn.
  • R3: 3 ch, then work ( 2 dc in same st) repeat 9 times and turn.
  • R4: Big petal of Freesia Flower: Start with {( 4 ch, 1 tr), and followed by ( 2 tr in each st, 1 picot st), 1 tr, ( 1 tr, 4 ch, 1 ss).
  • Middle petal Freesia Flower: Start with ( 1 ss, 4 ch, 1 tr), followed by ( 2 tr in each st, 1 picot st, 1 tr ), ( 1 tr, 4 ch, 1 ss )} repeat 2 times, and 2 ss.
  • Small petal Freesia Flower: Start with {( 1 ss, 4 ch, 2 tr in each st, 1 picot st ), and followed by( 1 tr, 4 ch, 1 ss )} repeat 3 times. 1 ss, cut and weave the ends.
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Make 3 middle flowers of crochet freesia flower:

  • R1: start with 4 ch, from 1st st of hook, 3 dc, turn
  • R2: 3 ch, (3 dc in same st) repeat 3 times, turn
  • R3: 3 ch, ( 2 dc in same st) repeat 9 times, turn
  • R4: Big petal: Start with ( 2 ch, 1 dc ), followed by ( 2 dc in each st, 1 picot st ), 1 dc, and ( 1 dc, 2 ch, 1 ss).
  • Middle petal: Start with {( 1 ss, 2 ch, 1 dc), followed by ( 2 dc in each st, 1 picot st, 1 dc ), ( 1 dc, 2 ch, 1 ss )} repeat 2 times and 2 ss.
  • Small petal: Start with {( 1 ss, 2 ch, 2 dc in each st, 1 picot st ), followed by( 1 dc, 2 ch, 1 ss) } repeat 3 times. 1 ss, cut and weave the ends.
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Small flower of crochet freesia flower:

  • R1: start with 4 ch, from 1st st of hook, 3 dc, turn
  • R2: 3 ch, (3 dc in same st) repeat 3 times, turn
  • R3: {( 2 ch, 1 dc), ( 1 dc, 1 picot st), ( 1 dc, 2 ch, 1 ss)} repeat 2 times, ( 1 ss, 2 ch, 1 dc), 1 dc, 1 picot st, ( 1 dc, 2 ch, 1 ss). 1 ss. cut and weave the ends
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Flower Sepal for crochet freesia flower:

  • R1: Start with a magic ring.
  • R2: Work ( 2 ch, 2 dc, 3 ch, 1 ss ) repeat 2 times. 1 ss. cut yarn and close the loop tightly.
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Make 2 buds for crochet freesia flower:

  • Step 1: Take out a piece of wire and fold it in half, tie a knot in the middle with pink yarn, and then wrap it around to make a bud.
  • Step 2: Wrap green yarn from the middle of the bud to the stem, and fix the tail with hot melt glue
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Leaf for crochet freesia flower:

  • R1: Start with the foundation chain: 30 ch; Add a wire and then from the 2nd st of hook, work 4 sc, 21 hdc, 3 sc, 3 sc in same st, 3 sc, 21 hdc, and 4 sc. 1 ss, cut and leave a tail
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How to Assemble Crochet Freesia Flower:

  • Step 1: Gather the crocheted Freesia Flower and the sepal.
  • Step 2: Take a wire and place it at the center of the flower. Arrange the crocheted Freesia flower evenly around the wire. Use a hot melt glue to securely attach the flower to the wire.
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  • Step 3: Attach the flower sepals to the bottom of the crocheted Freesia flower. Make sure they are evenly positioned. Use hot melt glue to secure the sepals in place.
  • Step 4: Use the same yarn as used for crocheting to wrap around the wire. This will give it a neat and finished look.
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  • Step 5: Take the flower rod and place all the crocheted components onto it. Wrap the flower rod with the same yarn to make it look presentable. For more detailed instructions, you can refer to the instructional video.
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Afterthoughts and Wrap Up

Creating the Freesia flower reveals its delicate beauty and vibrant colors. Simplicity adds elegance to every stitch, and you can also experiment with different colors to match your decor perfectly. Give our pattern a try—happy crocheting!

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Crochet Freesia Flower – Free Pattern

How to crochet freesia flower pattern with an easy-to-follow, step-by-step tutorial.
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Type: crochet flower
difficult level: middle
Keyword: Crochet Freesia Flower

Equipment

  • crochet hook 2.0mm
  • scissors
  • Darning needle
  • stitch marker

Ingredients

  • Yarn- pink and green
  • Flower rod – 30 cm length
  • Iron wire- 0.5 mm
  • Hot melt adhesive

Instructions

Step-by-Step Crochet Freesia Flower Patterns

    Big flower of crochet freesia flower:

    • R1: Start with 4 ch, then from 1st st of the hook, work 3 dc and turn.
    • R2: 3 ch, then work (3 dc in same st) repeat 3 times and turn.
    • R3: 3 ch, then work ( 2 dc in same st) repeat 9 times and turn.
    • R4: Big petal of Freesia Flower: Start with {( 4 ch, 1 tr), and followed by ( 2 tr in each st, 1 picot st), 1 tr, ( 1 tr, 4 ch, 1 ss).
    • Middle petal Freesia Flower: Start with ( 1 ss, 4 ch, 1 tr), followed by ( 2 tr in each st, 1 picot st, 1 tr ), ( 1 tr, 4 ch, 1 ss )} repeat 2 times, and 2 ss.
    • Small petal Freesia Flower: Start with {( 1 ss, 4 ch, 2 tr in each st, 1 picot st ), and followed by( 1 tr, 4 ch, 1 ss )} repeat 3 times. 1 ss, cut and weave the ends.

    Make 3 middle flowers of crochet freesia flower:

    • R1: start with 4 ch, from 1st st of hook, 3 dc, turn
    • R2: 3 ch, (3 dc in same st) repeat 3 times, turn
    • R3: 3 ch, ( 2 dc in same st) repeat 9 times, turn
    • R4: Big petal: Start with ( 2 ch, 1 dc ), followed by ( 2 dc in each st, 1 picot st ), 1 dc, and ( 1 dc, 2 ch, 1 ss).
    • Middle petal: Start with {( 1 ss, 2 ch, 1 dc), followed by ( 2 dc in each st, 1 picot st, 1 dc ), ( 1 dc, 2 ch, 1 ss )} repeat 2 times and 2 ss.
    • Small petal: Start with {( 1 ss, 2 ch, 2 dc in each st, 1 picot st ), followed by( 1 dc, 2 ch, 1 ss) } repeat 3 times. 1 ss, cut and weave the ends.

    Small flower of crochet freesia flower:

    • R1: start with 4 ch, from 1st st of hook, 3 dc, turn
    • R2: 3 ch, (3 dc in same st) repeat 3 times, turn
    • R3: {( 2 ch, 1 dc), ( 1 dc, 1 picot st), ( 1 dc, 2 ch, 1 ss)} repeat 2 times, ( 1 ss, 2 ch, 1 dc), 1 dc, 1 picot st, ( 1 dc, 2 ch, 1 ss). 1 ss. cut and weave the ends

    Flower Sepal for crochet freesia flower:

    • R1: Start with a magic ring.
    • R2: Work ( 2 ch, 2 dc, 3 ch, 1 ss ) repeat 2 times. 1 ss. cut yarn and close the loop tightly.

    Make 2 buds for crochet freesia flower:

    • Step 1: Take out a piece of wire and fold it in half, tie a knot in the middle with pink yarn, and then wrap it around to make a bud.
    • Step 2: Wrap green yarn from the middle of the bud to the stem, and fix the tail with hot melt glue

    Leaf for crochet freesia flower:

    • R1: Start with the foundation chain: 30 ch; Add a wire and then from the 2nd st of hook, work 4 sc, 21 hdc, 3 sc, 3 sc in same st, 3 sc, 21 hdc, and 4 sc. 1 ss, cut and leave a tail

    How to Assemble Crochet Freesia Flower:

    • Step 1: Gather the crocheted Freesia Flower and the sepal.
    • Step 2: Take a wire and place it at the center of the flower. Arrange the crocheted Freesia flower evenly around the wire. Use a hot melt glue to securely attach the flower to the wire.
    • Step 3: Attach the flower sepals to the bottom of the crocheted Freesia flower. Make sure they are evenly positioned. Use hot melt glue to secure the sepals in place.
    • Step 4: Use the same yarn as used for crocheting to wrap around the wire. This will give it a neat and finished look.
    • Step 5: Take the flower rod and place all the crocheted components onto it. Wrap the flower rod with the same yarn to make it look presentable. For more detailed instructions, you can refer to the instructional video.

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    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.
    • Use stitch markers to mark the beginning of each round.
    • Additional notes are written in Italics.

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