Wall Flower


ch= chain
sl st= slip stitch
sc=single crochet
hdc= half double crochet
dc=double crochet
fp=front post

Ch3 11 dc in first ch. joining with a fp sl st.

Ch2 work *3dc ch1 3dc in next dc, fpdc in next dc, repeat from*, ending with a fp sl st to join.

Ch1 work *3dc ch1 3dc in first ch1 space, fphdc in fpdc repeat from* joining with a fp sl st to starting chain.

Ch2 work *3dc ch1 3dc in first ch1 space, fp sl st in fphdc, repeat from*, joining with a normal sl st in first chain of starting ch.

Ch1 work sc's across the top evenly (each petal should have 11 sc's), sl st in top of previous fp sl st. after final sl st fasten off and sew in ends...

I found THESE on pinterest, loved but of course no pattern. So 
I was inspired and created one for myself and then they somehow evolved into 
these cute wall decorations. Perfect for spring!!


mel @ loved handmade said...

They're so lovely, and a gorgeous shade of yellow..x

Leah said...

What a beautiful design! I will have to try it, I've never tried a back post stitch. Thank you so much for sharing your pattern.

Ausra said...

Wonderful... I like it a lot...

LindsayMichelle said...

Those are adorable! How did you get the flowers to stick to the wall?

Ooty said...

wonderful for spring :)

Fruitful Fusion said...

They are gorgeous! I'm sure I'll be trying them out! Thanks for sharing the pattern!

m.e (Cathie) said...

absolutely perfect! and so are all your gorgeous pics.
hugs ♥

Anonymous said...

Awesome. Can't wait to try. And just made my fourth triple beanie for friens' babies.
Lucy b