Crochet Pattern: Fall Flower Pin

By Emilee Gettle – 8 Comments
I love crocheted accessories that add a personal touch to my wardrobe. Check out this sweet flower pin; it’s so easy to make! There is so much you can do with this ultra easy project. You could make one of these flowers to accent a child’s crocheted headband. They are the perfect hat accessory or how about pinning one on your purse. You could also sew a few of these flowers along the hem of a little girl’s dress. Don’t be afraid to mix things up a bit and alternate each flower’s yarn color or add a vintage button in the center. Crochet yourself a flower garden!

Skill Level:

Finished Size: 3” (8 cm) wide and 3” (8 cm) tall

Medium Weight Yarn (approximately 10 yards)
Crochet Hook H (5.0 mm)
Pin Back
crochet yarn size 4

Round 1 in small flower measures 1 3/4” in diameter.

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Crochet Pattern: Fall Flower Pin

Small Flower
Round 1: ch 4, sl st in first chain made to form a ring, (ch 4, sl st into ring) 10 times.
Finish off.

Medium Flower
Round 1: ch 4, sl st in first chain made to form a ring, (ch 8, sl st into ring) 10 times.
Finish off.

Large Flower
Round 1: ch 4, sl st in first chain made to form a ring, (ch 12, sl st into ring) 10 times.
Finish off.

Assembling the Flower
Stack the three flowers together with the small one on top, the medium flower in the middle, and the large flower on the bottom. Use a needle and thread (choose a color that matches your yarn) to sew the three flowers together. I like to run my needle around the flower’s center so I know it is securely joined.

Cut out a 1 1/4” x 1 1/4” square of felt (choose a color that matches your yarn). Now use a needle and thread to sew the pin back to the center of the felt.

Next, sew the felt to the back of your flower and you’re finished!

Need help crocheting this nifty flower pin or do you have something to share? Jot me a note and I’ll get back with you. Have fun and happy crocheting!

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  1. Hind says:

    A very nice and simple way to make a great variety of flowers.

  2. Elizabeth says:

    thanks for all the ideas you made! <3

  3. AnnieM says:

    Perfect timing yet again! I was just about to search for a pattern for some kind of embellishment to add to a ladies’ crochet hat. Bingo!

  4. JaneInMaine says:

    I’m going to make them in fall collors and make a bouquest.

  5. Jamie Hatch says:

    I’m wanting to add a removable embelishment to a hat. I want to attach the flower to an alligator clip and I’m just wondering the best way to do that. I’m guessing a hot glue gun is not the answer (unfortunately for me). Any ideas anyone?

  6. Daisy says:

    You’ve done all the meaturements in cms apart from the size of the felt which is in inches and I don’t understand inches, so could you please tell me the size of the felt in cms.

  7. Denise says:

    This is a really cute and easy pattern. I’ve made the layers in different colors and used a decorative button in the middle. I’ve made a few of these and attached them to hair ties for pony tails. My nieces love them!

  8. MrsC says:

    I just love these flowers. I hate to sew so once I’ve made the layers, I use a hot glue gun to attache the layers together. Just easier than sewing for me. Great pattern. I’ve used these appliqués on all different types of things!

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