Let’s make the flower of love. This crochet rose pattern shows how to make a realistic rose with exquisite detailing. You get a step by step details on how to crochet the flower’s core and delicate petals and arrange them into a beautiful design.

The finished rose stem makes a thoughtful homemade gift, a rose arrangement, a brooch, or an embellishment to other projects. Ready to crochet roses? Grab your yarn and hook, and let’s make something amazing.

Also, Thai rose is commonly used to match bouquets. If you want to make your own crochet flower bouquet, we offer many free patterns. Check patterns list link here.

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Why We Love Thai Rose

  1. The crochet rose comprises four small and medium petals, five large petals, a sepal, and two leaves that look realistic once assembled, showing every element of the flower. This is a great way to improve your skills and learn new techniques.
  2. You can choose any color for the rose depending on your liking and preference. Use deep crimson, vivid cherry red, or gentle rose pink to bring out the elegance of the flower. Vibrant clashing hues like yellow, purple, orange, and blue will result in a vivid, entertaining design that can be a conversation starter. Ombre or gradient color patterns bring sophisticated grandeur to soft, dreamy pastels.

Usage

  1. Original Uses: Roses are great as table center decor or gifts for birthdays, anniversaries, weddings, and baby showers.
  2. Functional Usage: These crochet roses make easy attachments to other items, allowing you to personalize and enhance your creations.
  3. Ideas for Flower Bouquets: Crochet flowers can be the main attraction for a bouquet and as delicate accents among other flowers. For a cohesive and visually appealing bouquet, consider pairing crochet roses with other flowers like daisies and sunflowers or incorporating crochet leaves for a unique touch.

Materials

  • Yarn – yarn of four colors – cream, light pink, dark pink, green
  • Hook – 2.5 mm
  • Flower Rod – 16 inches long x 0.08 inches diameter (40cm x 2mm)
  • Iron wire – 0.4mm or 0.5mm diameter
  • Stitch marker
  • Darning needle
  • Pair of scissors
  • Hot melt adhesive

Difficulty

Advanced intermediate. (However, even as a beginner looking for a challenge, you can try this pattern using as it provides the step-by-step tutorial).

Gauge

Not applicable. Changing the hook size and yarn will change the size of the projects.

Stitches Used

  • Double crochet – dc
  • Half double crochet – hdc
  • Single crochet – sc
  • Slip stitch – ss
  • Treble crochet – tr

Special Stitches

Picot st – single crochet into the next stitch, chain 3, single crochet at the base of the chain

Notes

  • The pattern is in US terminology.
  • The rows are worked in a round.
  • Use a stitch marker at the beginning of each row.
  • Additional notes are indicated in italics.

Step-by-Step Pattern for Crochet Thai Rose:

Small Petal (Make 4)

  • Using the dark pink color, start with a magic ring.
  • R1: ch3, 10dc in the round, 1ss.
  • R2: ch2, ( 2hdc in one st)*10 times, 1ss.
  • R3: ch1, sc6, (2hdc in one st)*8 times, sc6, 1ss in the first st of the row.
  • Cut and leave a tail.
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Middle Petal (Make 4)

  • Using light pink color, start with a magic ring
  • R1: ch3, 10dc in the round, ss
  • R2: ch2, (2hdc in each st) * 10 times, ss
  • R3: ch1, sc2, (sc, 2sc in each st) * 8 times, sc2, ss
  • R4: ch1, sc9, (2hdc in each st) * 10 times, sc9, ss
  • Cut and leave a tail.

Big Petal (Make 5)

  • Using cream, start with a magic ring
  • R1: ch3, 10dc in the round, ss.
  • R2: ch2, (2hdc in each st) * 10 times, ss
  • R3: ch2, (hdc, 2hdc in each st) * 10 times, ss
  • R4: ch1, sc8, (2hdc in each st) * 6 times, hdc, dc,(ch3 picot st), dc, hdc, ( hdc 2 in each st ) * 6 times, 8 sc, 1 ss, 1 ch, cut and leave a tail

Flower Sepal

  • Using green, start with a magic ring.
  • R1: ch1, 6sc in the round, ss.
  • R2: ch1, (2sc in each st)*6 times, ss.
  • R3: ch1, (1sc, 2sc in each st)*6 times, ss.
  • R4: ch1, 18sc, ss.
  • R5: (ch9, from 2nd sts from hook: ss2, sc, hdc2, dc2, tr, sk2, ss)*5 times.
  • 1 ss, 1 ch, Cut and leave a tail for wrapping.

Leaf

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  • Using green yarn, start with foundation chain: ch12
  • R1: add wire, from 2nd sts of hook, sc, hdc, dc2, tr3, dc2,  hdc, 3sc in last st, hdc, dc2, tr3, dc2, hdc,sc2 in each st, ss
  • R2: *ch2, sc* repeat ** 12 times, ch 3 picot st, *ch2, sc* repeat ** 12 times, ss, cut and leave a tail. Wrap the tail around the wire.

Assembly

Note: watch the video tutorial for further details.

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Assembling the Rose Petals

  • Step 1: Wrap the small petals around the rod one at a time using glue at the base to seal them together
  • Step 2: Take the middle petals and wrap them around the small petals one at a time, gluing them slightly over each other until you cover the sides of all the small petals.
  • Step 3: Take the large petals and continue the process, ensuring the tip of the large petal rests between two middle petals. Using glue, attach to the outer part of the middle petals one at a time. Cut off the tails.

Joining the Sepal

  • Step 4: Insert the rod of the assembled rose through the center of the sepal and glue the petals and sepals together, making sure the sepal tips are curved out.

Joining the Leaves

  • Step 5: Using green yarn, wrap a few inches down the rod, then attach the leaves opposite each other, continue wrapping until the end, and finish by gluing the end. Arrange the leaves so they look aesthetically pleasing.

Video

Petals and Sepal Video Tutorial ①

Leaf, and Assemble Video Tutorial ②

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

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Crochet Thai Rose

How to crochet Thai Rose pattern with an easy-to-follow, step-by-step tutorial.
4.80 from 10 votes
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Type: Crochet bouquet, crochet flower
difficult level: middle
Keyword: crochet rose, Crochet Thai Rose

Equipment

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

Ingredients

  • Yarn yarn of four colors – cream, light pink, dark pink, green
  • Flower Rod 16 inches long x 0.08 inches diameter (40cm x 2mm)
  • Iron wire 0.4mm or 0.5mm diameter
  • Hot melt adhesive

Instructions

Small Petal (Make 4)

  • Using the dark pink color start with a magic ring
    R1: ch3, 10dc in the round, ss
    R2: ch2, ( 2hdc in each st) * 10 times, ss
    R3: ch1, sc6, (2hdc in each st) * 8 times, sc6, ss
    Cut and leave a tail.

Middle Petal (Make 4)

  • Using light pink color, start with a magic ring
    R1: ch3, 10dc in the round, ss
    R2: ch2, (2hdc in each st) * 10 times, ss
    R3: ch1, sc2, (sc, 2sc in each st) * 8 times, sc2, ss
    R4: ch1, sc9, (2hdc in each st) * 10 times, sc9, ss
    Cut and leave a tail.

Big Petal (Make 5)

  • Using cream, start with a magic ring
    R1: ch3, 10dc in the round, ss.
    R2: ch2, (2hdc in each st) * 10 times, ss
    R3: ch2, (hdc, 2hdc in each st) * 10 times, ss
    R4: ch1, sc8, (2hdc in each st) * 6 times, hdc, dc,(ch3 picot st), dc, hdc, ( hdc 2 in each st ) * 6 times, 8 sc, 1 ss, 1 ch, cut and leave a tail

Flower Sepal

  • Using green, start with a magic ring
    R1: ch1, 6sc in the round, ss
    R2: ch1, (2sc in each st) * 6 times, ss
    R3: ch1, (2sc in each st) * 9 times, ss
    R4: ch1, 18sc, ss
    R5: *ch9, from 2nd sts from hook ss2, sc, hdc2, dc2, tr, sk2, ss* repeat ** 5 times
    1 ss, 1 ch, Cut and leave a tail for wrapping.

Leaf

  • Using green yarn, start with foundation chain: ch12
    R1: add wire, from 2nd sts of hook, sc, hdc, dc2, tr3, dc2, hdc, 3sc in last st, hdc, dc2, tr3, dc2, hdc,sc2 in each st, ss
    R2: *ch2, sc* repeat ** 12 times, ch 3 picot st, *ch2, sc* repeat ** 12 times, ss, cut and leave a tail. Wrap the tail around the wire.

Assembly

  • Assembling the Rose Petals
  • Step 1: Wrap the small petals around the rod one at a time using glue at the base to seal them together
    Step 2: Take the middle petals and wrap them around the small petals one at a time, gluing them slightly over each other until you cover the sides of all the small petals.
    Step 3: Take the large petals and continue the process, ensuring the tip of the large petal rests between two middle petals. Using glue, attach to the outer part of the middle petals one at a time. Cut off the tails.
  • Joining the Sepal
  • Step 4: Insert the rod of the assembled rose through the center of the sepal and glue the petals and sepals together, making sure the sepal tips are curved out.
  • Joining the Leaves
  • Step 5: Using green yarn, wrap a few inches down the rod, then attach the leaves opposite each other, continue wrapping until the end, and finish by gluing the end. Arrange the leaves so they look aesthetically pleasing.

Video

Notes

  • The pattern is in US terminology.
  • The rows are worked in a round.
  • Use a stitch marker at the beginning of each row.
  • Additional notes are indicated in italics.

Leaf, and Assemble Video Tutorial ②

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

After Thoughts and Wrap Up

That’s a wrap. The crochet rose pattern is popular amongst crocheters for its beauty and large color options. You can use the classic red rose or experiment with bright and unusual colors to make a statement that fits your style and purpose.

So bust your stash, get creative, and make a crochet rose.

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10 Comments

  1. 3 stars
    Overall a great pattern with a beautiful end product! HOWEVER, there is a mistake in the sepal instructions and it is inconsistent with the rest of the pattern’s formatting. I have corrected and re written it bellow. Hope that helps the next super confused crocheter!

    Using green, start with a magic ring
    R1: ch1, 6sc in the round, ss
    R2: ch1, (2sc in each st) * 6 times, ss
    R3: ch1, (1 sc, 2sc in each st) * 9 times, ss
    R4: ch1, 18sc, ss
    R5: [ch9, from 2nd sts from hook (ss) * 2, sc, (hdc) * 2, (dc) * 2, tr, (sk) * 2, ss] * 5 times
    1 ss, 1 ch, Cut and leave a tail for wrapping.

  2. The sepal directions are a tad off. Instead of bringing the total count to 18 stitches, it brings it to 24 in R3 of the top directions and even more in the printable version. What is the proper method to come out with 6 “spikes” at the end?