Crocheting is a fun and versatile craft that allows you to create anything from cozy blankets to cute stuffed animals. Small Rose is not just only a unique and eye-catching addition to any project, but it also allows you to experiment with different colors and textures. However, have you ever tried making a small rose? This tutorial will teach you how to create a beautiful crochet rose with multiple heads. So, grab your supplies, and let’s get started!

If you are also interested in learning to crochet other flowers, we offer many free patterns. Patterns List Link.

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Why Do We Love Small Rose

  • We love this project because it features a beautiful rose with multiple heads for an impressive look. The structure of the rose includes five petals and stems with a set of leaves, making it an ideal crochet pattern for experienced crocheters.
  • For a bright appearance, this delicate rose looks best in sunny shades of yellow, pink, and orange, though other colors can be used for variety.
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Crochet Small Rose

Usage

  1. Original usages: Crocheted Multi-head small rose can be a great gift idea for any occasion such as Valentine’s Day, Mother’s Day, and anniversaries. Giving this crochet rose will show your love and appreciation for someone special. It can use as decorations for home and garden, accessories for clothing, and wedding decorations.
  2. Functional usages: The crochet multi-head rose is a great way to add texture and color to any crochet project. It is also very versatile and can be used in a variety of ways. This item can be used to decorate scarves, hats, sweaters, bags, and other items. It can be used as a standalone piece or even attached to other crochet items such as Afghans.
  3. Flower bouquet ideas: A beautiful bouquet of crocheted multi-head roses can be used as the main element of your bouquet, highlighted with tasty pink and white rosebuds, lush foliage made of matching colors velvet, and eucalyptus. Finish off the look with a bit of white thistles to add texture and contrast, and a touch of artificial baby’s breath to create a dreamy effect.

Video

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Yarns for crochet beginners:

We provide 86 colors of cotton yarn for you to choose from. With this yarn, you can make anything such as crochet flowersblanketsscarvesamigurumi, and so on. 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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Materials

  • Yarn- three colors,(dark and light pink, green)
  • Hook – 2.5mm
  • Flower Rod – 40cm long x 2mm diameter
  • Iron wire – 0.5mm diameter
  • Stitch Marker
  • Hot Melt Adhesive 
  • Darning Needle
  • Scissors

Difficulty

Our pattern is intermediate level; it requires basic crochet skills and knowledge of common stitches and techniques. Some elements could be challenging for beginners, but with guided video tutorials, our pattern is accessible for beginners to practice and enhance their skills. So, grab your materials and push yourself to explore the world of crochet!

Gauge

The gauge is not specified but can be open to interpretation or customization based on personal preference. The choice of yarn weight and hook size will affect the size and overall look of the finished project. Crocheters can experiment with different yarn and hook combinations to achieve their desired size and texture.

Stitches and Abbreviation

  • Ch – Chain
  • Dc – Double crochet
  • Sc – Single crochet
  • Sk – Skip a stitch
  • Ss – Slip stitch
  • Hdc – Half double crochet

Special Stitches

There are no special stitches required for this pattern.

Pattern Notes

  • Our pattern uses US crochet terms.
  • The rose is worked in rounds unless stated otherwise.
  • Use stitch markers to mark the beginning of each round.
  • Pay attention to any turning instructions for working in rows.
  • Video tutorials are available for additional guidance.

Step-by-Step Patterns

Flower sepals

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  • Step 1: Make 5 sc in the ring. Close the loop tightly then ss.
  • Step 2: Make 1ch then make 2 sc in each stitch. Repeat 4 times (stitch marker at the first stitch) then ss.
  • Step 3: 1 ch, make 10 sc then ss.
  • Step 4: Make 5 ch, and from the second stitch make 2 ss, followed by 1 sc, 1 hdc, and then sk one stitch, 1 ss. Repeat 4 times. 1 ss and 1 ch. Total of 5 flower sepals. Cut a long tail and finished.

Rose flower: 

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  • Step 1: Let’s start with the foundation: 23 chains.
  • Step 2: From the 4th sts of the hook, make 3 dc in the same stitch, 1 sc, then sk a stitch. Repeat 6 times. Total needs 7 petals. Put a stitch marker in the last st.
  • Step 3: turn, ( 2 ch,1 dc, dc 2 in each st, 1 dc, 2 ch, 1 sc ) repeat 6 times, 1 ss. Totally need seven petals. This completes the first row of your petal. cut and leave 15cm long tail

Leaf: 

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  • Step 1: Let’s start with the foundation chain: 10 ch. 
  • Step 2: From the 2nd sts of the hook. Add iron wire; then make 1 sc (stitch marker in the first st), 1 hdc, 5 dc, 1 hdc, 3 sc in one stitch, 1 hdc, 5 dc, 1 hdc, 1 sc, and 1 ss. Cut long tail.

Assemble

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Assemble Flower Petals:

  • Step 1: Add the iron wire and bend the wire to the end of the petal to make a loop.
  • Step 2: Roll up each petal around the wire individually, starting from the pointed end.
  • Step 3: Use a yarn needle and the long tail left at the end of each petal to sew them together. Make sure to secure the stitches tightly to hold the rolled shape.
  • Step 4: Once all the petals are sewn together, position them in a circular pattern, overlapping them slightly to form a rose shape.
  • Step 5: Use the yarn needle and the remaining tail to stitch the base of the petals together, securing them firmly.

Assembling Flower Sepals:

  • Step 1: Take one sepal and position it at the base of the petals, covering the stitched area.
  • Step 2: Use the hot melt adhesive to secure it.
  • Step 3: Use the hot melt adhesive to attach the 5 sepals to the rose.
  • Step 4: Cover the wire with the excess yarn to make it neat.

Assembling Leaf:

  • Step 1: Cover the wire with the leaf excess yarn
  • Step 2: Take the leaf you have crocheted and position it next to the stem, aligning it at the desired angle.
  • Step 3: Use the long tail left at the end of the leaf to sew it to the base of the stem, ensuring it is securely attached.
  • Step 4: Trim any excess yarn tail and weave it in to hide it;  giving your crocheted rose a neat finish.


Final Assemble:

  • Step 1: Take a flower and wrap it around the top of the stem
  • Step 2: Then add the other three flowers in turn
  • Step 3: Finally wrap around to the end, cut the tail, and secure it with hot melt adhesive
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Crochet Small Rose

How to crochet small rose pattern with an easy-to-follow, step-by-step tutorial.
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Type: Crochet bouquet, crochet flower
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Keyword: crochet rose, Crochet Small Rose

Equipment

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

Ingredients

  • Yarn three colors,(dark and light pink, green)
  • Flower Rod 40cm long x 2mm diameter
  • Iron wire 0.5mm diameter
  • Hot Melt Adhesive

Instructions

Flower Sepals

  • Step 1: Make 5 sc in the ring. Close the loop tightly then ss.
    Step 2: Make 1ch then make 2 sc in each stitch. Repeat 4 times (stitch marker at the first stitch) then ss.
    Step 3: 1 ch, make 10 sc then ss.
    Step 4: Make 5 ch, and from the second stitch make 2 ss, followed by 1 sc, 1 hdc, and then sk one stitch, 1 ss. Repeat 4 times. 1 ss and 1 ch. Total of 5 flower sepals. Cut a long tail and finished.

Rose Flower

  • Step 1: Let's start with the foundation: 23 chains.
    Step 2: From the 4th sts of the hook, make 3 dc in the same stitch, 1 sc, then sk a stitch. Repeat 6 times. Total needs 7 petals. Put a stitch marker in the last st.
    Step 3: turn, ( 2 ch,1 dc, dc 2 in each st, 1 dc, 2 ch, 1 sc ) repeat 6 times, 1 ss. Totally need seven petals. This completes the first row of your petal. cut and leave 15cm long tail.

Leaf

  • Step 1: Let's start with the foundation chain: 10 ch.
    Step 2: From the 2nd sts of the hook. Add iron wire; then make 1 sc (stitch marker in the first st), 1 hdc, 5 dc, 1 hdc, 3 sc in one stitch, 1 hdc, 5 dc, 1 hdc, 1 sc, and 1 ss. Cut long tail.

Assemble

  • Flower Petals:
  • • Step 1: Add the iron wire and bend the wire to the end of the petal to make a loop.
    • Step 2: Roll up each petal around the wire individually, starting from the pointed end.
    • Step 3: Use a yarn needle and the long tail left at the end of each petal to sew them together. Make sure to secure the stitches tightly to hold the rolled shape.
    • Step 4: Once all the petals are sewn together, position them in a circular pattern, overlapping them slightly to form a rose shape.
    • Step 5: Use the yarn needle and the remaining tail to stitch the base of the petals together, securing them firmly.
  • Flower Sepals:
  • • Step 1: Take one sepal and position it at the base of the petals, covering the stitched area.
    • Step 2: Use the hot melt adhesive to secure it.
    • Step 3: Use the hot melt adhesive to attach the 5 sepals to the rose.
    • Step 4: Cover the wire with the excess yarn to make it neat.
  • Leaf:
  • • Step 1: Cover the wire with the leaf excess yarn
    • Step 2: Take the leaf you have crocheted and position it next to the stem, aligning it at the desired angle.
    • Step 3: Use the long tail left at the end of the leaf to sew it to the base of the stem, ensuring it is securely attached.
    • Step 4: Trim any excess yarn tail and weave it in to hide it; giving your crocheted rose a neat finish.
  • Final Assemble:
  • • Step 1: Take a flower and wrap it around the top of the stem
    • Step 2: Then add the other three flowers in turn
    • Step 3: Finally wrap around to the end, cut the tail, and secure it with hot melt adhesive

Video

Notes

• Our pattern uses US crochet terms.
• The rose is worked in rounds unless stated otherwise.
• Use stitch markers to mark the beginning of each round.
• Pay attention to any turning instructions for working in rows.
• Video tutorials are available for additional guidance.

Afterthoughts and Wrap Up

There you have it – one crocheted multi-head rose that is sure to dazzle in any project you add it to. The best part is, you can experiment with different yarn colors and textures to create multiple variations of this beautiful design. So, choose your colors, and start crocheting!

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