Crochet a Rose
If you already have basic crochet skills, this is an easy and fun little project you can do in one sitting! Here are the detailed instructions:
Ch 65, turn
Row 1: Sc in each ch. ch 4, turn
Row 2: Skip 3 st, then do a V stitch (dc, ch 5, dc) in next st. Skip 4, do a V stitch in next. Repeat this until the end of the row and dc in last stitch (should total 13 V stitches) ch 2, turn
Row 3: 10 dc in first V stitch, sc in the space between Vs. Repeat until end of row, doing a sc in last stitch. Leave a long tail and fasten off
Finishing: roll up your petals so it forms a rose. Once satisfied, use a needle and the tail of yarn to sew the base of the rose together. Weave in ends.
Please note: I'm not used to typing out detailed patterns for crochet, so if anything is off, please let me know! And if you try it out and it works, I'd appreciate hearing about it so I'll know I explained it right!
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