Crochet Pattern: Peace Sign

By Rachel Choi – 34 Comments

You can never spread enough peace! Crochet this peace sign and use it as a pin, magnet or applique. You can embellish hats, blankets, shirts or whatever you can thing of. Have fun crocheting peace!

crochet peace sign

Skill Level: crochet skill level easy

Finished Size: 2 3/4″ (7 cm) in diameter

Medium Weight Yarn (small amount of main color)
Crochet Hook I (5.50 mm)
crochet yarn size 4

Gauge: Not that important for this pattern, you may adjust the hook size to obtain the desired finished size.

Need help understanding the abbreviations? Check out the crochet abbreviation chart.

Crochet Pattern: Peace Sign
Round 1: ch 13, tr in first ch made, (ch 3, tr in first ch made) 2 times, ch 7, sl st in sixth ch made at beginning of round
Round 2: 14 sc in ch-7 space, 6 sc in next 2 ch-3 spaces, 14 sc in next ch-7 space, sl st in first sc made, finish off.

Don’t understand chain spaces? Learn more here-> What is a chain space?

Let me know of you need more help!

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  1. Angie says:

    LOVE IT!!!!!!!!!! Can’t wait to make them, I’m seeing a bunch of them sewn together for a necklace or scarf….. 🙂

  2. Taylor says:

    This would be cute on a belt.

  3. Leah says:

    I love these! Too cute! =)

  4. Tanya says:

    I also love these! I think i may add them to the easy adjustable slippers i am currently making!

  5. DIANE says:

    like that very nice

  6. Liza says:

    I am going to go crochet a hundred of them and see what I can do with them all!!! Thanks so much. This will be my first pattern from this blog :).

  7. Cindy says:

    Thanks Rachel…these are so cool! I like Angie’s idea of a scarf, but I think I’d applique them on….maybe with a few random flowers tossed in also. The possibilities are endless!

  8. Lili says:

    How lovely, and cool!!! I’m gonna make one into a necklace for my brother!!! peace man!

  9. Stace says:

    Thanks for the pattern Rachel! It was so EASY to make, I already have a nice pile of peace signs.

  10. Donna says:

    Thanks very much for these. My daughter asked me for one as soon as she saw it. I made her a necklace out of it.

  11. Becki says:

    Hi Rachel I have a question about the pattern, I am a begginer so plz bear with me…
    In round 1 it says to sl st in 6th ch. does that mean the 6th ch from hook or the 6th ch from the ch 7? and then in round 2, 14 sc in ch-7 space, is that 14 sc in the space where I sl st in the 6th ch? Thanks so much, I can not wait to make these for my daughter if I can figure it out. It sounds so easy but I am stuck 🙁
    I make your simple flower pattern all time and glue them to those silver sewing clips (hair clips)
    and my daughter wears them to school and gets compliments ALL the time! (she is 14 yrs old) So easy, and SO cute! Thanks again love your site

    • Rachel says:

      Hi Becki, the “6th chain made” refers to the 6th chain you made at the start of the round. After you chain 6 (a part of the ch 13) at the beginning, you may want to place a stitch marker into the 6th stitch so you know where it is later.

      After you make your sl st in the 6th chain made, the 6 chains at the beginning of the round becomes the top vertical line of the peace sign. The first ch-7 space in round 2 is created from the remaining 7 chains of the beginning ch 13 (13 – 6 = 7).

  12. Jasmin says:

    Great pattern!!! Works up real fast and comes out perfect 🙂

  13. Elizabeth Starr Lilly says:

    I tried this a few times and each time it came out more apple shaped than circular. I don’t know what I did wrong. I even used the same yarn and hook size as recommended. Any tips?

  14. Marybeth says:

    I am having trouble with this pattern, and this is the third time I have entered a request for help. It appears that you did not receive my first two requests. For whatever reason, I am having a hard time understanding this pattern. Is it possible to post a picture-by-picture, step-by-step list of instructions, please? I have had no problem with other patterns I have used from your blog, but this one eludes me. I would appreciate this so much. It looks like a great pattern, and I can’t wait to grasp it, but I need some help. Thank you!

    • Rachel says:

      Hey Marybeth, I don’t have a pic by pic done yet, I’ll be working on it. But if there is a part that you don’t understand in one of the rounds I’d be happy to try and explain it to you.
      After you finish round 1, it should already look like a very skinny peace sign. Round 2, just makes the outside of the peace sign thicker.

  15. […] those who have asked so kindly for detailed step by step photos of the Peace Sign Crochet Pattern, here it is! To see all the pattern specifications see the original pattern. This tutorial still […]

  16. Rachel says:

    Here’s the the step by step pics of the peace sign being made:

  17. Piper says:

    Thank you for this pattern, it’s totally cool.
    Sat Nam, **(-_-)**

  18. Renata says:

    Is this picture, with the three peace signs, in the public domain? I would like to put it on my card.

  19. Renata says:

    Thanks Rachel!

  20. PBnJ says:

    Simple and cute ~ Thanks for sharing!

  21. Eva says:

    Oh, this is soooo cute! Thanks for sharing – I’m printing this out now 🙂

  22. leanne says:

    my aunty is having a hippy themed 50th next april and im in the process of making hippy accessories, this is just the perfect thing to go on beanie and scarves!! ear rings too!! thanks heaps xoxo

  23. momma says:

    For some reason i can’t get this pattern.

  24. JB says:

    Hello. I have been trying to make the peace sign, but mine keeps coming out crooked. Is there a video on this? The detailed pattern you posted are good but I still can’t see what I am doing wrong.

  25. JB says:

    I am getting stuck on this part: tr in first ch made, (ch 3, tr in first ch made) 2 times. When I connect them and then finish it off with my ch 7 it looks crooked. I hope this makes sense.


    • Rachel says:

      JB, here’s the step-by-step photo tutorial for this pattern if you haven’t seen it already: Crochet Pattern: Peace Sign (detailed)
      If you take a look at the first 8 pics, it may help you determine where you’re going wrong. You may be doing the steps correctly, as it is okay if it seems a little crooked after you finish the round, the second round helps give it a more even and finished shape.

  26. Jessica says:

    i love it. i’m going to make this into an edging for a peace poncho. lol

  27. Vicki says:

    Love this: )

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