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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.
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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