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The pattern for rosettes works up quickly and easily using just a small amount of yarn. A great way to use leftover yarn from previous projects.
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Use crochet rosettes to embellish footwear
Get ready for summer with fancy footwear. Perk up an inexpensive pair of flip-flops with rosettes made in a cotton yarn. So cute for beach and boardwalk strolling.
Attaching rosettes to flip-flops
Lots of ways to use crochet rosettes around the home
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 on their young shoulders.
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.
Pattern Source: Lion Brand Yarn
Three rosette sizes
The rosettes can be made in three different sizes as indicated in the parenthesis in the pattern.
For the large rosette, begin with chain 53
For the medium rosette, begin with chain 35.
For the small rosette bud, begin with chain 17.
Be sure to follow the same instructions throughout the pattern.
G crochet hook
Ch 17 (35, 53).
Row 1 Dc in 5th ch from hook – first V-stitch made, *ch 1, skip 1, (dc-ch-dc) in next ch – V-stitch made; repeat from * across; – 7 (16, 25) V-stitches made. Turn.
Row 2 Ch 3 – counts as dc, 5 dc first in ch-space, *sc in next ch-1 space, 6 dc in next ch-1 space – shell st made; repeat from *, ending 6 dc in last ch-1 space – 7 (16, 25) shells. Fasten off, leaving long tail for anchoring Rosette.
Finishing the rosettes
Thread needle with tail and weave to base of last st. Starting at that end, roll first shell tightly to form center bud; anchor at base of shell with 2 sts. Roll remaining strip to form Rosette, then secure by stitching in and out through layers of foundation ch at bottom of Rosette.
If you want to make your Rosette a pin or barrette, sew or glue pin back or barrette back to back of Rosette.
These same rosettes were used to create a bright and cheerful wreath. This posts includes pattern to crochet leaves. Have a look at…
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Rose Jesky says
I'm Featuring this too.
So cute! I am especially partial to the flip flops!
My crochet skills are minimal, but the rosettes actually appear doable, so I'm going to see what happens.
Thanks for always sharing your wonderful, thoughtful ideas. I love to crochet and will totally love to make the rosettes. I have made flowers on hats, but the ones on the flip flops and headbands are so adorable. I just posted a sugar scrub and one of those on top of my jar would be precious.
Donna@Conghaile Cottage says
These are DARLING! And there are SO MANY ENDLESS places and people to make them for! Thank you SO much for sharing them with us!
Have a wonderful weekend,
Very cool idea! We are your newest follower. It looks easy but we would have never thought of it!
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Super Flower! How lovely!
Atelier de Charo says
Crafty Mischief says
Beautiful! Now I'm in the mood to crochet some flowers! 🙂
Heather Kaluf says
Love the flip flops. Need to crochet again.
Thanks for sharing at Sunday Round Up.
Rose Jesky says
Such great ideas for the roses. I'excited to give them a try. Thanks for sharing this with us this week at the Sunday Round Up Link Party.
See you next week,
Rose @ https://www.arosiesweethome.com/
The Tablescaper says
So many great ideas! I'd love to have you share at Seasonal Sundays.
– The Tablescaper
Pat's Pink Apron says
Love those pretty roses. Everything is brightened up by them. Thank you for sharing.
Kara at Petals to Picots says
I love all these ideas!! I especially like the worry jar. I need to make one for me 🙂 Thanks for sharing at my party!! Enjoy the rest of your weekend!
Tammy@T's Daily Treasures says
P.S. I love your header. So very pretty. 🙂
Tammy@T's Daily Treasures says
You always manage to take something simple and turn it into something fabulous. Love all the ways in which you have used these pretty roses to embellish and enhance. Hope you are having a wonderful weekend. Tammy
this is so lovely..thank you for sharing.. visiting from Petals to Picots:)
JENNY K. says
These are really pretty. Thanks for the inspiration. Visiting from TT&J!
I love all your ideas for using the rosettes. It's supposed to be a cold weekend so I just might grab that crochet hook and make a few
I love those! I just learned how to crochet!
I LOVE those rosettes!!!
oh my goodness..your work is beautiful! I love everyone!!
They are so adorable and so pretty. I like the idea with the frame. And I also love the wreath.
My name is Darlene Payan says
I love the rosettes. How nice for the girls to have such lovely touch-ups for headbands and shoes. They look great on everything.
A visit to your blog is always refreshing. It makes me think and sometimes think and create. Inspiration, that sums it up, Friend.
I absolutely adore that precious headband. What a wonderful variety of ways to use those adorable rosettes!!!
God bless and have a fantastic weekend sweetie!!! :o)
Like everyone else, I love the flip flops! What a lot of creativity.
With all the wedding planning going on around here, I think I should make myself one of those worry jars. 🙂
I love what you've done with the rosettes. The hairband is adorable, but I really love the worry jar. A lovely idea.
These roses are so pretty love love all the ideas thank you for sharing them…have a great weekend..with love Janice
Mindie Hilton says
Lovely crocheted flowers. I really like the dolled up flip flops.
Just a little something from Judy says
That is the prettiest little "worry jar" that I have ever seen! I never thought about all the different uses one could have for those creative little flowers. I also appreciate the kindness seeps through all your posts and it is refreshing to me.
Those are just darling…every single one of them. I see that JoAnne's is offering a beginners class for crocheting. I may go with my granddaughter this summer. xo Diana
Don't know which is my favorite! Love them all!!
Maple Lane says
Precious on Ella's headband. I also love the jars adorned with them. Honey Teddy Bear Grahams are one of the few "treats" I can have! My grandma tried to teach me to crochet to no avail! Your photos are just lovely.
OMGolly! These are wonderful uses for the darling crochets. BUT I ADORE that wreath. Great ideas, tho I can't crochet a lick.
Have a beautiful weekend ~
Love them both the flip flops are super cute!! Love the flowers I would love to learn how to make these….I have been trying with crochet and knitting you tube really helps there are some great tutorials on there maybe I can find one for flowers ~Hope your having a great week Love Heather
renee @ Singing With Birds says
Keep up the good work L. There is no end for how you can make these adorable rosettes cheer up someone's life! You are gifted and talented…
Goody ideas, tks for sharing!
Sweet ideas! I like the worry jar! I have an enevelope stashed away from more than 30 years ago with some worries on slips of paper. It's interesting to go back and see how they have become non worries. If we could only learn that total trust once and for all!
I love all the creative ways your using the rosettes. Wouldn't they look lovely on paper mache boxes:-)
Country Wings in Phoenix says
Good Morning Sweetie…
Oh what a beautiful rosie share this morning. I am SO in love with these roses. My only problem I can't crochet a stitch. I have been told I have two left hands and all have given up on me.
I live in flip flops and would so love 2 roses for a pair of mine. These are so darn cute.
Have you thought of selling some of these sweet friend? The ones even decorating the frames are just gorgeous. What a beautiful share. Just beautiful.
Love the little noggin pic as well. Thank you for sharing this beautiful morning. Have a glorious and blessed day. Many hugs and much love, Sherry