Little Flower Plush Crochet Pattern – Amigurumi

Spring is right around the corner, which means its time for spring crochet projects! I’m a big nature-lover so any excuse to crochet flowers and plants, I’ll take it. Crochet flowers are a great way to add a touch of color and texture to any project. They’re versatile, easy to make, and can be used in a variety of ways, from embellishing a hat or bag to creating a whole garden of flowers for a decorative wall hanging. For this crochet flower, I went for a cartoon-like amigurumi style. This flower plush makes for fun spring decor or as a big accent to your amigurumi projects. This one is made using pink and yellow yarn, but feel free to use any colors you would like.

I have a full tutorial for this crochet flower on YouTube (at the bottom of this page) if you are more of a visual learner. For this pattern, I used Premier Parfait Chunky yarn (which is my favorite yarn) for a soft pastel look. Click here to get Premier yarn for this project. If you enjoy this pattern, please give me a follow on social media and let me know what other free patterns you would love to see! Also, don’t forget to tag me in your creations on instagram. Happy crocheting πŸ™‚

Tips for Success

  • Keep your tension even. If your tension is too tight, your flower will be stiff and difficult to shape. If your tension is too loose, your flower will be floppy and lack structure.
  • Weave in your ends as you go. This will save you time and make it easier to finish your project.
  • Experiment with different colors and yarns. Crochet flowers are a great way to use up leftover yarn from other projects.
  • Don’t be afraid to make mistakes. Crochet is a learning process, and mistakes are a natural part of the process. If you make a mistake, simply unravel your work and start again.

MATERIALS & TOOLS

ABBREVIATIONS

  • CH – chain
  • SC – single crochet
  • INC – single crochet increase (2 SC in each stitch)
  • DEC – decrease (I use the invisible decrease in all of my creations for a cleaner look)
  • SLST – slip stitch
  • FO – fasten off
  • Magic ring (MR) – Make a loop, leaving a long tail to work with. Insert the hook in the center of the loop, yarn over, and draw up a loop. Yarn over, and pull through to make the first chain (this does not count as a stitch). Continue to crochet over the loop and tail with the number of stitches called for. There are many excellent YouTube videos on how to make a magic circle if you are a visual learner! Always move your stitch marker to the last stitch in the round.

THIS PATTERN IS WORKED IN CONTINUOUS ROUNDS.

POLICIES & REMINDERS

  • DO NOT publish or sell this pattern in any form
  • You may sell plushes made from this pattern but must credit me for the pattern (Simply tag @thewondercrochet or mention Allison from Wonder Crochet)
  • I love interacting with people on social media! Please tag me in your creations and feel free to reach out with any questions
  • My finished plush measures around 6 inches across

FLOWER PLUSH

CENTER

IN YELLOW

1.6 SC IN A MAGIC RING (6)

2. INC X6 (12)

3. SC AROUND IN BLO (12)

4. SC AROUND (12)

STUFF CENTER

5. IN BLO, DEC TO CLOSE

FO, WEAVE IN TAIL

PETALS (MAKE 7)

IN PINK

1.6 SC IN A MAGIC RING (6)

2. INC X6 (12)

3-5. SC AROUND FOR 3 ROUNDS (12)

6. (SC, DEC)X4 (8)

STUFF PETAL

7. SC AROUND (8)

8. (2 SC, DEC)X2 (6)

FO, LEAVE TAIL FOR SEWING

ASSEMBLY

-SEW EACH OF THE 7 PETALS AROUND THE YELLOW CENTER TO CREATE THE FLOWER

-IF YOU NEED HELP ON THIS PART, BE SURE TO WATCH MY FULL TUTORIAL AT THE BOTTOM OF THIS PAGE

CONGRATULATIONS! YOU FINISHED YOUR FLOWER PLUSH!

I hope you enjoyed this pattern and found it easy to follow.

I’m so glad our crafty paths have crossed, happy crocheting!

Check out my youtube channel for a full tutorial and more fun videos!

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