This is a blooming crochet tulip pattern from our collection of crocheted tulips. We also have stuffed tulip free patterns.

Our crochet Tulip Flower Pattern is perfect for anyone who loves creating beautiful handmade flowers. It is made with 6 tulip petals, 3 small ones and 3 larger ones with a lovely tulip stamen. You can open it to a full blossomed tulip or keep it as almost closed.

Now let’s start and learn how to crochet a 3D tulip bouquet.

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Outline of the crochet processing

The making process of our crochet tulip patterns involves crocheting two different types of petals and a leaf separately, then assembling them to create the complete flower. You can make as many as you want or combine them with other crochet flowers to make a collection.

How to use the crochet tulip

Crochet tulip flowers are great for Mother’s Day, parties, or a get-well-soon present. They are also a nice way to show a friend or family member how much you appreciate or love them.

You can simply assemble the tulip as a lovely tulip bouquet as the left pictures shows. Or if you plan to wrap it as a bouquet along with other flowers like the picture on the right, we also include some of other crochet flower bouquet patterns. Crochet tulip can match well with the following flower patterns.

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Starter Kits

We have made you a beautiful crochet tulip starter kit which included everything needed for homemade tulip. We match purple and green so you can make the tulip bouquet more real. With this package, you can make a tulip bouquet containing 8 tulips.

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Cotton 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 needed for crochet tulip

  • Yarn – yarn of three colors, pink,yellow and green
  • Hook – 2/2.5mm
  • Flower rod –  16 inches long x 0.08 inches diameter (40cm x 2mm)
  • Iron wire –  6 inches long x 0.02 inches diameter (15cm x 0.4mm)
  • Stitch marker
  • Scissors
  • Hot melt adhesive

Abbreviations

  • sc – single crochet
  • hdc – half double crochet
  • dc – double crochet
  • ss – slip stitch
  • ch – chain
  • st – stitch

Crochet Tulip Pattern

How to crochet tulip petals ( small petals, we will need 3)

  • Let’s start with foundation chain: ch13
  • R1: sc into 2nd st from hook, hdc, dc7,  hdc, sc, 3sc in the last st, (working on the other side of the ch) sc,hdc,dc7, hdc, sc, ss. Ch1
crochet tulip|hookok
crochet tulip|hookok
  • R2: add iron wire. work sc12, 3 sc in the last st (working on the other side of the leaf), sc11, sc2 in each st, cut and leave a tail for sewing
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Finished small petal, we are going to make another two petals. Totally need three.

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How to crochet Large petals for tulip (Make 3)

  • Start with foundatioin chain: ch13
  • R1:sc in the 2nd st from hook, sc10, 3sc in the last st (working on the other side of the ch), sc10, sc2 in each st, ss, ch1
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  • R2: 2sc in the next st, hdc, dc8, hdc, sc, 3 sc in the last st (working on the other side of the ch), sc, hdc, dc8, hdc, 2sc,1 ss,ch1.
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  • R3: add iron wire. sc14, 3sc in the last st, sc13, 2sc in each st, ss, cut and leave a tail to sew
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Large tulip petal finished. Now continue to finish another two. Totally need three.

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How to crochet tulip leaf

  • Let’s start with foundation chain: ch30
  • R1:  2sc into 2nd st from hook ( add iron wire), hdc3,dc18,hdc3, sc2, 3 sc in the last st (working on the other side of the ch) sc2, hdc3,dc18, hdc3,2sc, ss.
crochet tulip leaf|hookok
crochet tulip leaf|hookok
crochet tulip leaf|hookok

Now, let’s make the tulip stamen (Make 6)

  • Wrap yarn around the center of the iron wire, fold, and then twist (refer to the video tutorial and photos)
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Assemble the tulip together with the leaf

  • Place the stamen, then align the first petal.
  • Place the two petals account, the first petal, and stamen and sew and join to the rod by wrapping the double yarn.
  • Continue wrapping, placing the leaf a few along the way.

Now we are finished.

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Crochet Tulip Pattern

Step by step crochet tulip pattern for a bouquet style tulip. You can assemble the crochet tulip directly as a tulip bouquet.
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Type: Crochet bouquet, crochet flower
difficult level: middle
Keyword: Crochet Tulip

Equipment

  • hook 2/2.5mm
  • stitch marker
  • scissors

Ingredients

  • Yarn Lace or fingering yarn (any four colors)
  • Flower rod 40cm long x  2mm diameter (16  x .87 inches)
  • Iron wire 15 cm long x  0.4mm diameter ( 6 x 0.02 inches)

Instructions

Small Petals (Make 3)

  • Let's start with foundation chain: ch13
    R1: sc into 2nd st from hook, hdc, dc7,  hdc, sc, 3sc in the last st, (working on the other side of the ch) sc,hdc,dc7, hdc, sc, ss. Ch1
    R2: add iron wire. work sc12, 3 sc in the last st (working on the other side of the leaf), sc11, sc2 in each st, cut and leave a tail for wrap

Large petals (Make 3)

  • Start with foundatioin chain: ch13
    R1:sc in the 2nd st from hook, sc10, 3sc in the last st (working on the other side of the ch), sc10, sc2 in each st, ss, ch1
    R2: 2sc in the next st, hdc, dc8, hdc, sc, 3 sc in the last st (working on the other side of the ch), sc, hdc, dc8, hdc, 2sc,1 ss,ch1.
    R3: add iron wire. sc14, 3sc in the last st, sc13, 2sc in each st, ss, cut and leave a tail to wrap

Tulip Leaf

  • Let's start with fundation chain: ch30
    R1:  2sc into 2nd st from hook ( add iron wire), hdc3,dc18,hdc3, sc2, 3 sc in the last st (working on the other side of the ch) sc2, hdc3,dc18, hdc3,2sc, ss.

Flower Stamen (Make 6)

  • Wrap yarn around the center of the iron wire, fold, and then twist .

Assembly

  • Place the stamen, then align the first petal
  • Place the two petals account, the first petal, and stamen and sew and join to the rod by wrapping the double yarn
  • Continue wrapping, placing the leaf a few along the way

Video

Notes

To add the wire, insert your hook under the wire and crochet over it.

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19 Comments

  1. Hello! I just want to say thank you for these thorough instructions and videos. I’ve made 4 tulips now, these are really helpful.

    1. 5 stars
      Thank you so much.Your tutorial really helps me a lot.I am excited to do it.Just finish my 1st petal.Can’t wait to finish it and gift to my sister for her house warming present.

    2. hii. It is my first time making tulips in the right way!! I watched so many tutorials on youtube and was never told that there need to be two different sizes of petals. Finally made a beautiful tulip thanks to this pattern!!!

  2. Great website. These tulips and the other flowers look wonderful, I can’t wait to have a go. The video will be helpful if I get stuck with the written instructions. Is there a pattern for the galsang flower ? as I would like to have a go when I have mastered the tulip.

    Thanks,

    Jackie

  3. 5 stars
    Great tulip pattern. I have I have been crocheting for about a year and crocheting flowers for less than a year. Hookok has great, easy to understand and follow instructions. Thank you Hookok!

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  5. 5 stars
    Muitíssimo obrigada por compartilhar esse trabalho tão lindo!!! Estava ansiosa procurando por um tutorial para iniciantes e encontrei o seu e salvou meu dia!!! Tenho doença de parkinson e o símbolo dessa doença é a tulipa e vou fazer broches, aplicações, ramalhetes dessa flor tão linda e distribuir para a família e amigos!!!! Muito obrigada mesmo. Deus abençoe você sempre!