Crochet Pattern: Fast Flower Bookmark

By Rachel Choi – 14 Comments

Need a fast, yet cute bookmark? Well here’s your solution! This bookmark took me less than 5 minutes to make and I bet you can make it that fast too. Give this bookmark as a gift or use it yourself. The bookmark can be adjusted to so that you can make it longer or shorter as you see fit. Knowledge of how to change colors in crochet is require.

crochet flower bookmark

Skill Level: beginner crochet skill level

Finished Size: 1 1/2″ (4 cm) wide, 9″ (23 cm) long
Length of bookmark can be adjusted using the instructions within the pattern.

Medium Weight Yarn (small amount of main color and green)
Crochet Hook H (5.00 mm)
crochet yarn size 4

Gauge: not that important for this pattern.

Crochet Pattern: Bookmark
Round 1: with main color, ch 7, sc in first ch made, (ch 6, sc in same ch as previous sc) 4 times, changing to green in last sc made: 5 sc
Round 2: ch 40 or make a ch as long as you want your bookmark, finish off: 40 ch

For more fun bookmark patterns, please visit the Crochet Spot Store.

If you need help crocheting your bookmark, let me know and I’ll be glad to help!

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  1. Bananas says:

    thanks for the pattern, my lil sister will love it

  2. Maria says:

    I love it ~ I was sitting in bed last night and quickly crocheted four for my husband to use to mark his place in his Bible for his sermon today.

  3. Brandie says:

    I love this pattern idea; but i am brand new to crocheting and just started trying to read patterns and i am stuck…. i dont know what (ch 6, sc in same ch as previous sc) is telling me to do exactly… I did the ch 7 and the sc, i understand it as – make ch 7, sc in the 1st ch (stop there and make addtnl ch6; and then im lost) i end up w a line and on sc in the middle….

    can anyone guide me?

    • Rachel says:

      Hi Brandie, after you make the 6 chains, you are going to make a single crochet in the same chain that you make your previous single crochet stitch (the very first chain that you made in the pattern). Each of the “ch 6” will create a loop/petal of the flower. The single crochets are all made into the same chain, which is at the center of the flower. Let me know if you need more help.

  4. Melissa D says:

    This is a super cute pattern! I understand what to do, except I don’t know how to change the color. Can you help?

  5. April says:

    My daughter and I are new to crocheting. We understand making the flower but are not clear on the correct way to change to green and how to tie off after making the green chain. We do know how to change colors but have never done it in this type of stitch before. I did what I thought would work and made the chain. Now I am wonder the appropriate way to tie off the end of the green chain. If you could advise and be more clear on how to attach green, then how to tie off the green, we would appreciate it. Thanks.

    • Rachel Choi says:

      Hi April, here’s a tutorial that shows how to chains colors during the single crochet: How to Change Colors in Crochet To finish off, you can cut the yarn and pull the loose end through (which ends up forming a small knot). Then you can weave the end of the green yarn into the back of the green chain stitches to hide it.

  6. Teresa West says:

    This is so adorable! Can’t wait to make some for my grandchildren! Thanks!!!

  7. Eva says:

    I visited here a few months back and made one of these from some yarn scraps I had on hand. It is so cute and useful… and aren’t those the best projects to make? 😀
    Thanks for the pattern.

  8. Pat Hoffman says:

    changing to green in last sc made: 5 sc

    This is where I get lost. I am using variegated for flower part.

    Love the pattern otherwise.

  9. I am not sure how to close the petals of the flower together, before changing color.
    I have the 5 petals made and understand how to change colors, but I feel like I’m missing a step in between.

    Thanks for any help!!

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