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Size: About 51/2 inches in diameter

Materials: Bulky (chunky) weight yarn, 5 yds brown variegated, Size G/6/4mm crochet hook or size needed to obtain gauge, 6-inch piece of faux leather fringe, 1 large wooden bead, 9 small wooden beads, Tapestry needle, Sewing needle and matching thread

Gauge: Rnd 1 = 1 inch


Flower Ch 2.

Row 1: 10 sc in 2nd sc from hook; join in first sc

First Petal

Row 1: Ch 1, hdc in same sc as joing; 2 hdc in next sc, turn. (3 hdc)

Row 2; Ch 1, 2 hdc in each hdc, turn (6 hdc)

Note: For hdc dec, (yo, draw up 1p in st indicated] twice; yo and draw through all 5 1ps on hook.

Row 3: Ch 1, hdc dec (see Note) over first 2 hdc; hdc in next 2 hdc, hdc dec over last 2 hdc, turn. (4 hdc)

Row 4: Ch 1, hdc dec twice, turn. (2 hdc)

Row 5: Ch 1, hdc dec. Fasten off

Second Petal

Join yarn in next unused sc of Rnd 1 from first petal.

Rnds 1-5: Rep rnds 1-5 of First Petal.

Third through Fifth Petal Work same as Second Petal.

Weave in all ends.

Beaded Trim

Cut 20-inch length of yarn and knot one end.Thread a sc, turn. (3 hdc) small bead on yarn and make knot at top of bead. Rep with rem 8 small beads.Trim ends.


Step 1: Referring to photo for placement, sew center of beaded trim between any two petals.

Step 2: For flower center, roll leather fringe piece tightly and insert into center of flower. With sewing needle and thread, tack to back of flower.

Step 3: Cut 10-inch length of yarn.Thread rem large bead on yarn and sew to center of flower.

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