Are you looking for a stylish way to elevate your home decor but don’t have the skills to grow live plants? Look no further than our trendy crochet succulent pattern! Not only will your new crochet succulent exceed your expectations as a great alternative to a real plant, but it requires even less care than the real thing. Goodbye to watering and finding a better place for sunlight and say hello to a unique addition to your home decorations.

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In this tutorial, we are offering you this succulent that belongs to the family called “Echeveria“. It has a flower shape physical feature and good for small places and indoor decorations as it not take too much space. It can sit on your desk, window sill, living room, bedroom, or workspace, and this crochet succulent will definitely add a unique touch to your space. Have fun playing with different techniques, yarns, colors, sizes, and styles to create this houseplant that’s perfect for you.

Do you want us to spill some tea before you start? This succulent is easy and beginner friendly as it only increases the size of the petals but it follows almost the same pattern.

What are materials needed?

In this pattern, we used 4ply cotton yarn. You can try other shades of green and types of yarn too. Choice of yarn will also change the size of your hook and will affect the size of the output.

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  • Green yarn
  • Hook – 2.5mm
  • Darning needle
  • Fiberfill
  • Scissors
  • Stitch marker
  • 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

  1. How to read patterns
  2. Crochet common abbreviation
  3. Magic Ring
  4. Dec or Decrease (sc2tog)
  5. Inc or Increase (2sc in next/each stitch)

Crochet terms:

  • Sc- Single Crochet
  • Ch- chain
  • St- stitch
  • Ss- Slip Stitch
  • Inc- increase
  • Dec- decrease
  • [00] – total stitches after a round
  • R1, R2, R3… – Round 1, Round 2, Round 3…

Notes

  1. Our patterns are written in US crochet terms.
  2. Carefully follow the pattern techniques and counting in making this.
  3. Additional notes are written in Italics.
  4. A video tutorial is available for additional guidelines.
  5. Video subtitles need to be turned on by yourself in the settings.

Step-by-Step Crocheting the Succulent Patterns

Make 3 Small Petals of The Succulent:

  • Start with a magic ring.
  • R1: make 5 sc in the magic ring, 1 ss, 1 ch. [5]
  • R2: 5 inc, 1 ss, 1 ch. [10]
  • R3-4: 10 sc, 1 ss, 1 ch [10]
  • R5: 5 dec, 1 ss, 1 ch [5]
  • Hide the tails of the yarn and close it with hot melt glue.
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Make 4 Medium Petals of The Succulent:

  • Start with a magic ring.
  • R1: make 5 sc in the magic ring, 1 ss, 1 ch [5]
  • R2: 5 inc, 1 ss, 1 ch. [10]
  • R3: ( 1 sc, inc ) * 5, 1 ss, 1 ch  [15]
  • R4-6: 15 sc, 1 ss, 1 ch [15]
  • R7: ( 1 sc, dec) * 5, 1 ss, 1 ch [10]
  • R8: 10 sc, 1 ss, 1 ch [10]
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In these petals, you will start to put shapes on each of them. Fill it with enough amount hot melt glue inside. Using the force from your thumb, try to pinch the middle part of it to form the perfect shape for your succulent. Repeat the same process for the large petals.

Make 5 Large Petals of The Succulent:

  • Start with a magic ring.
  • R1: make 4 sc in the magic ring, 1 ss, 1 ch . [4]
  • R2: 4inc, 1 ss, 1 ch [8]
  • R3: ( 1 sc, inc ) * 4, 1 ss, 1 ch  [12]
  • R4: ( 2 sc, inc ) * 4, 1 ss, 1 ch  [16]
  • R5-10: 16 sc, 1 ss, 1 ch  [16]
  • R11: ( 2 sc, dec ) * 4, 1 ss, 1 ch [12]
  • R12: ( 1 sc, dec ) * 4, 1 ss, 1 ch  [8]
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How to Assemble This Succulent

In order for you to assemble this succulent, you must have these parts:

Crochet green succulent|hookok
  • 3 small petals
  • 4 medium petals
  • 5 large petals
  • hot melt adhesive

Putting it all together

  • Step 1: Using hot melt adhesive, attach the small petals around each other by putting glue on its side
Crochet green succulent|hookok
Crochet green succulent|hookok
  • Step 2: Repeat the process for middle and large petals
Crochet green succulent|hookok
Crochet green succulent|hookok
  • Step 3: Attach the small petals to medium petals
Crochet green succulent|hookok
  • Step 4: Lastly, attach them to the large petals and make sure to be generous in putting hot melt glue so it will be secured.
Crochet green succulent|hookok

Just a little suggestion that can add spice to this work of yours. You can also crochet a pot that will complement to your succulent. If you want a pattern for pot, you can click link below for more details.

In addition to the suggestions above, you can turn your work more bigger by adding another rows of petals. You will notice that the large petals have 12 rows and you can make it 16 rows and make 6 of it. This are just a sample of letting your imagination and ideas to work. Be adventurous and creative!

Crochet green succulent|hookok

Crochet Succulent Pattern

Learn how to crochet succulent with this beginner-friendly tutorial.
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Type: crochet plant
difficult level: middle
Keyword: Crochet Green Succulent, Crochet Succulent

Equipment

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

Ingredients

  • Yarn Green Yarn
  • Fiberfill
  • Hot melt adhesive

Instructions

Step-by-Step Crocheting the Succulent Patterns

    Make 3 Small Petals of the Succulent:

    • Start with a magic ring.
      R1: make 5 sc in the magic ring, 1 ss, 1 ch. [5]
      R2: 5 inc, 1 ss, 1 ch. [10]
      R3-4: 10 sc, 1 ss, 1 ch [10]
      R5: 5 dec, 1 ss, 1 ch [5]
      Hide the tails of the yarn and close it with hot melt glue.

    Make 4 Medium Petals of The Succulent:

    • Start with a magic ring.
      R1: make 5 sc in the magic ring, 1 ss, 1 ch [5]
      R2: 5 inc, 1 ss, 1 ch. [10]
      R3: ( 1 sc, inc ) * 5, 1 ss, 1 ch [15]
      R4-6: 15 sc, 1 ss, 1 ch [15]
      R7: ( 1 sc, dec) * 5, 1 ss, 1 ch [10]
      R8: 10 sc, 1 ss, 1 ch [10]
    • In these petals, you will start to put shapes on each of them. Fill it with enough amount hot melt glue inside. Using the force from your thumb, try to pinch the middle part of it to form the perfect shape for your succulent. Repeat the same process for the large petals.

    Make 5 Large Petals of The Succulent:

    • Start with a magic ring.
      R1: make 4 sc in the magic ring, 1 ss, 1 ch . [4]
      R2: 4inc, 1 ss, 1 ch [8]
      R3: ( 1 sc, inc ) * 4, 1 ss, 1 ch [12]
      R4: ( 2 sc, inc ) * 4, 1 ss, 1 ch [16]
      R5-10: 16 sc, 1 ss, 1 ch [16]
      R11: ( 2 sc, dec ) * 4, 1 ss, 1 ch [12]
      R12: ( 1 sc, dec ) * 4, 1 ss, 1 ch [8]

    How to Assemble This Succulent

    • In order for you to assemble this succulent, you must have these parts:
      3 small petals
      4 medium petals
      5 large petals
      hot melt adhesive

    Putting it all together

    • Step 1: Using hot melt adhesive, attach the small petals around each other by putting glue on its side
      Step 2: Repeat the process for middle and large petals
      Step 3: Attach the small petals to medium petals
      Step 4: Lastly, attach them to the large petals and make sure to be generous in putting hot melt glue so it will be secured.

    Video

    Notes

    1. Our patterns are written in US crochet terms.
    2. Carefully follow the pattern techniques and counting in making this.
    3. Additional notes are written in Italics.
    4. A video tutorial is available for additional guidelines.
    5. Video subtitles need to be turned on by yourself in the settings.

    Afterthoughts and Wrap Up

    You’re absolutely amazing for reaching this part because we know you’re already holding your piece of work that is made with pure effort and passion. What a great work indeed! We love to see your fantastic succulent that’s why we encourage you to take a picture of your creations, post it on your social media, and tag us. We will also love to read your insights and opinions about this pattern.

    If you want more crochet patterns specially plants and flowers, don’t hesitate to request and comment it down below. Don’t forget to follow and subscribe to us (@hookokcrochet) so you’ll be updated for more patterns and we also have website where you can check some already made crochet crafts. Happy crocheting!

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