Crochet rosettes work up quickly and use only a little amount of yarn. Not just a great way to use small amounts of yarn from previous projects but so perfect for embellishing many items both in decorating and fashion. Like a headband for a sweet lil’ noggin.
Make some rosettes in pretty colors to match an outfit, a season or occasion. She totally loves this and doesn’t take it off.
Perk up a pair of flip-flops with roses made in a cotton yarn. So cute for beach and boardwalk strolling.
Glue isn’t a good option to use to attach the rosettes to a flip-flop. To keep them securely in place, drill little holes and sew the rosettes onto the flip-flops with yarn and a large-eye needle like you would sew on a button.
Decorate a simple wooden frame in soft neutral colors.
Embellish a jar top with a large rosette, add a matching ribbon and make a Worry Jar. Especially helpful for kids who tend to carry the weight of the world in their young hearts.
We all know troubles and problems can pile up. A jar like this helps to visually take them from our shoulders and give them to the One who will carry them for us.
Make a treat jar. Encourage someone with a small gift filled with sweet treats and warm a heart.
Make a pin/broach to wear.
Embellish a t-shirt.
Brighten a journal.
Fancy-up a tote bag.
Adorn a box.
Now, go get your crochet hook and some leftover yarn…
The pattern and step-by-step instructions for making a crochet rosette is on this previous, Ring-around-a-Rosie post.