Another blast day, another crochet flower for you! Hookok is here again to share a free pattern— Crochet Princess Suki Rose that is perfect to make together with Hookok Crochet Set of yarns and other materials that are already provided when you purchase the kit. This flower can be added with your flower bouquet arrangements and decorations that can surely make your space elegant and aesthetically pleasing. Have fun in making your own version of this flower by choosing good color combinations, exploring type of yarns and even techniques that can make it more pretty. Are you now excited to create this delightful and captivating Princess Suki Rose? Without further a do, grab your materials and let’s start!

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We have lots of other free patterns for crochet flowers that can be used with bouquets, and you can try crocheting them too. Crochet Flower Bouqet Pattern list link.

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Color variations

Although white and yellow are the most natural colors for a crochet daisy, feel free to explore your color palette, we found pinkpurple and even orange yellow color matches well for crochet daisy.

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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What are the Materials needed?

All yarns we used are cotton yarn as it will make your project more realistic. You can also try some other yarns like lace yarn for more realistic and small version. You can also change the colors if you want to.

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  • Yarn – Dark and light pink, green
  • Crochet hook – 2.0mm
  • Scissors
  • Darning needle
  • Stitch marker
  • Flower rod – 30 cm long
  • Iron wire
  • Hot melt adhesive

Make sure you are aware with the crochet terms, stitches, and techniques for you to come up with this project. Check out some of tutorials if you find yourself struggling with the terms used in this pattern

  • How to read patterns
  • Crochet common abbreviation
  • Magic Ring
  • Picot Stitch
  • Treble Crochet

Crochet terms:

  • Sc- Single Crochet
  • Hdc- Half Double Crochet
  • Dc- Double Crochet
  • Tr- Treble Crochet
  • Ch- chain
  • St- stitch
  • Ss- Slip Stitch
  • Sc2tog-slip stitch 2 together or DEC (decrease)
  • Sk- Skip
  • [00] – total stitches after a round
  • R1, R2, R3… – Round 1, Round 2, Round 3…

Special terms:

  • Picot St – Insert hook into back of first chain made. (the one at the bottom, closest to the work)

Tr/Treble Crochet:

  • Step 1: Yarn over your hook twice.
  • Step 2: Insert your hook into the stitch.
  • Step 3: Yarn over and pull through (four loops on the hook).
  • Step 4: Yarn over, pull through two loops (three loops left).
  • Step 5: Yarn over, pull through two more loops (two loops left).
  • Step 6: Yarn over, pull through the remaining two loops.

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.
  • Use stitch markers to mark the beginning of each round.
  • Additional notes are written in Italics.
  • Slip stitch and chain stitch do not count as stitch count.

Step-by-Step Crochet Princess Suki Rose Patterns

Make 4 small petals for Crochet Princess Suki Rose: (dark pink yarn)

  • Start with a magic ring.
  • R1: work 2 ch, 6 hdc in the round. 1 ss in the first st. [6]
  • R2: work 3 ch, (2 dc in each st) after the first set, then repeat 5 times. 1 ss in the first st.  [12]
  • R3: work 3 ch, (2 dc in each st) after the first set, then repeat 11 times. 1 ss in the first st, and 1 ch. [24]
  • Cut and leave a tail.
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Make 5 middle petals for Crochet Princess Suki Rose: (light pink yarn)

  • Start with a magic ring.
  • R1: work 2 ch, 8 hdc in the round. 1 ss in the first st.[8]
  • R2: work 3 ch, (2 dc in each st) after the first set, then repeat 7 times. 1 ss in the first st. [16]
  • R3: work 3 ch, (1 dc, 2 dc in each st) after the first set, then repeat 7 times. 1 ss in the first st, and 1 ch. [24] Cut and leave a tail.
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Make 5 big petals for Crochet Princess Suki Rose: (light pink yarn)

  • Start with a magic ring.
  • R1: work 2 ch, 12 hdc in the round. 1 ss in the first st. [12]
  • R2: work 3 ch, (2 dc in each st) after the first set, then repeat 11 times. 1 ss in the first st. [24]
  • R3: work 3 ch, (3 dc, 2 dc in each st) after the first set, then repeat 5 times. 1 ss in the first st, and 1 ch.[30]
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Make 3 Leaves for Crochet Princess Suki Rose: (green yarn)

  • Let’s start with the foundation chain: 12 ch
  • R1: Add wire, from 2nd st of hook, 1 sc, 1 hdc, 1 dc, 1 tr, 2 tr in each st, 1 tr, 2 tr in each st, 1 tr, 1 dc, 1 hdc; 3 sc in same st. 1 hdc, 1 dc, 1 tr, 2 tr in each st, 1 tr, 2 tr in each st, 1 tr, 1 dc, 1 hdc, 1 sc, 1 ss in the first st, and 1 ch. [22]
  • R2: ( 1 sc, 1 ch) after the first set, then repeat 12 times; ( 1 sc, 2 ch picot st, 1 sc), ( 1 sc, 1 ch) after the first set, then repeat 11 times, 1 sc, 1 ss in the first st. Leave the tail and wrap it around the wire
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Make Flower Sepal for Crochet Princess Suki Rose: (green yarn)

  • Start with a magic ring.
  • R1: work 3 ch, 20 dc in the round. 1 ss in the first st.
  • R2: ( 10 ch, from 2nd st of hook, 2 ss, 2 sc, 2 hdc, 2 dc, 1 tr, sk 3, 1 ss in the next st) after the first set, then repeat 4 times. Finally, work 1 ch, cut and weave the end.
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In order for you to assemble Androsace flower, you must have these parts and materials:

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  • 4 small petals
  • 5 middle petals
  • 5 big petals
  • 3 leaves
  • flower sepal
  • Flower Rod

How to Assemble Crochet Princess Suki Rose Flower:

  • 1.  Get your 3 leaves,combine them altogether by wrapping its stem with green yarn.
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  • 2. Wrap dark pink yarn on the two joined flower rod for about an inch long. Use hot melt glue to lock it
  • 3. Get your one of the small petals and attached it to the flower rod where you wrap an inch dark pink yarn by wrapping it around.
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  • 4. After that, get your remaining 3 small petals and attached it to the first small petals that is attached on the flower rod. It must be overlapping with each other to achieve a rose outcome. You can follow the photos below.
  • 5. Repeat the process on the 5 light pink middle petals. It must be overlapping to each other. Fasten it using hot melt glue so it will be attached to each other.
  • 6. Follow it by putting the 5 light pink petals around the middle petals.
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  • 7. Wrap a green yarn below the flower for about an inch to hide the tail of the pink petals before inserting the sepal on the flower rod. Using hot melt glue, paste each part of the sepals on the flower.
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  • 8. Grab your green yarn and start wrapping it around the stem to hide the flower rod.
  • 9. When you reached almost half of the flower rod, you can now add the 3 leaves on the stem.
  • 10. Continue on wrapping the stem using green yarn up until you reach the end part of the flower rod.
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Afterthoughts and Wrap Up

And viola! You already have your own version of Crochet Princess Suki Rose ! If you’re looking for more crochet patterns, do not hesitate to follow us with our social media accounts @hookok so you will be updated with our new release patterns. Our past patterns were also uploaded and posted there and be amazed with our collection of free crochet patterns. You can also share your works by posting it on your platforms and do not forget to tag us so we can also see your interpretations with this pattern. Let’s see each other with our next pattern. Happy Crocheting!

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Crochet Princess Suki Rose Pattern

How to crochet princess suki rose pattern with an easy-to-follow, step-by-step tutorial.
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Type: crochet flower
difficult level: middle
Keyword: Crochet Princess Suki Rose

Equipment

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

Ingredients

  • Yarn Dark and light pink, green
  • Flower rod – 30 cm long
  • Iron wire
  • Hot melt adhesive

Instructions

Make 4 small petals for Crochet Princess Suki Rose: (dark pink yarn)

  • Start with a magic ring.
  • R1: work 2 ch, 6 hdc in the round. 1 ss in the first st. [6]
  • R2: work 3 ch, (2 dc in each st) after the first set, then repeat 5 times. 1 ss in the first st. [12]
  • R3: work 3 ch, (2 dc in each st) after the first set, then repeat 11 times. 1 ss in the first st, and 1 ch. [24]
  • Cut and leave a tail.

Make 5 middle petals for Crochet Princess Suki Rose: (light pink yarn)

  • Start with a magic ring.
  • R1: work 2 ch, 8 hdc in the round. 1 ss in the first st.[8]
  • R2: work 3 ch, (2 dc in each st) after the first set, then repeat 7 times. 1 ss in the first st. [16]
  • R3: work 3 ch, (1 dc, 2 dc in each st) after the first set, then repeat 7 times. 1 ss in the first st, and 1 ch. [24] Cut and leave a tail.

Make 5 big petals for Crochet Princess Suki Rose: (light pink yarn)

  • Start with a magic ring.
  • R1: work 2 ch, 12 hdc in the round. 1 ss in the first st. [12]
  • R2: work 3 ch, (2 dc in each st) after the first set, then repeat 11 times. 1 ss in the first st. [24]
  • R3: work 3 ch, (3 dc, 2 dc in each st) after the first set, then repeat 5 times. 1 ss in the first st, and 1 ch.[30]

Make 3 Leaves for Crochet Princess Suki Rose: (green yarn)

  • Let’s start with the foundation chain: 12 ch
  • R1: Add wire, from 2nd st of hook, 1 sc, 1 hdc, 1 dc, 1 tr, 2 tr in each st, 1 tr, 2 tr in each st, 1 tr, 1 dc, 1 hdc; 3 sc in same st. 1 hdc, 1 dc, 1 tr, 2 tr in each st, 1 tr, 2 tr in each st, 1 tr, 1 dc, 1 hdc, 1 sc, 1 ss in the first st, and 1 ch. [22]
  • R2: ( 1 sc, 1 ch) after the first set, then repeat 12 times; ( 1 sc, 2 ch picot st, 1 sc), ( 1 sc, 1 ch) after the first set, then repeat 11 times, 1 sc, 1 ss in the first st. Leave the tail and wrap it around the wire

Make Flower Sepal for Crochet Princess Suki Rose: (green yarn)

  • Start with a magic ring.
  • R1: work 3 ch, 20 dc in the round. 1 ss in the first st.
  • R2: ( 10 ch, from 2nd st of hook, 2 ss, 2 sc, 2 hdc, 2 dc, 1 tr, sk 3, 1 ss in the next st) after the first set, then repeat 4 times. Finally, work 1 ch, cut and weave the end.

How to Assemble Crochet Princess Suki Rose Flower:

  • Get your 3 leaves,combine them altogether by wrapping its stem with green yarn.
  • Wrap dark pink yarn on the two joined flower rod for about an inch long. Use hot melt glue to lock it
  • Get your one of the small petals and attached it to the flower rod where you wrap an inch dark pink yarn by wrapping it around.
  • After that, get your remaining 3 small petals and attached it to the first small petals that is attached on the flower rod. It must be overlapping with each other to achieve a rose outcome. You can follow the photos below.
  • Repeat the process on the 5 light pink middle petals. It must be overlapping to each other. Fasten it using hot melt glue so it will be attached to each other.
  • Follow it by putting the 5 light pink petals around the middle petals.
  • Wrap a green yarn below the flower for about an inch to hide the tail of the pink petals before inserting the sepal on the flower rod. Using hot melt glue, paste each part of the sepals on the flower.
  • Grab your green yarn and start wrapping it around the stem to hide the flower rod.
  • When you reached almost half of the flower rod, you can now add the 3 leaves on the stem.
  • Continue on wrapping the stem using green yarn up until you reach the end part of the flower rod.

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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.
  • Use stitch markers to mark the beginning of each round.
  • Additional notes are written in Italics.
  • Slip stitch and chain stitch do not count as stitch count.

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