Crochet Pattern: Flower Hair Pin

By Emilee Gettle – 13 Comments
This flower is so easy and simple to crochet but it can be used a million ways. Lately I’ve seen crocheted flowers popping up everywhere on clothes, toys, accessories, and home decor. I love the fact that they can be made in little time and yet these simple appliques can really spice up anything their applied to. In your spare time crochet several using scrap yarn and save them in a jar for upcoming projects. If you have some extra bobby pins around the house this is a great way to infuse new life into them.

Skill Level:

Finished Size: 1″ (3 cm) long, 1″ (3 cm) wide

Pink Fingering Yarn (approximately 3 yards)
Crochet Hook 7 (1.50 mm)
Hair Pin
Hot Glue Gun or Crazy Glue

4 tr stitches = 1/2″ (1 cm)

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Crochet Pattern: Flower Hair Pin
Round 1: ch 7, sl st in first ch made to form a ring, ch 1, (4 tr, sc) into ring 5 times.
Finish off.

Use glue to attach the flower to the hair pin. Be sure to allow the glue to dry completely before wearing.

If you need help, feel free to ask a question and I’ll respond as soon as possible! Have fun and happy crocheting!

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  1. jackie says:

    How do you do 4tr sc crochets

  2. Ika Musume says:

    Do you think that you could make a pattern for a bow for a bobby pin? One of my friends had one and lost it, so I was going to make her another one. Thanks, Ika Musume

  3. Sarah Dee says:

    Or instead of gluing the flower on the bobby pin, you could slip it through one of the stitches before putting in in your hair.

  4. solana says:

    Too too cute! Thank you so much for the newsletter and free patterns!
    I very much appreciate them!

  5. Kristy says:

    This is really cool! I was just thinking the other day about needing to buy some decorated bobby pins, but this may be an even better idea! Thanks!

  6. Lyn says:

    LOVE the sweet simplicity of this project!

  7. AnnieM says:

    @Jackie: (4tr, sc) is a group of 5 stitches, 4 trebles, then one single.

    Emilee, thanks so much for sharing this little gem. I’ve fought and fought with thread crochet because it’s so doggone hard to feel in my fingers. But a pattern like this is great because it’s such a quickie, I won’t hesitate to frog however often I need to to get it right. ONE of these days, I’ll become proficient at lace–due to simple projects like this one.

  8. Janette says:

    I can think of several ways to use this easy to make flower….Thanks, I am always looking for easy as a way to ease me into something more challenging….

  9. beccalovely says:

    Just made my first ever crochet flower thanks to this easy to follow method. Thanks ever so much!

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