This small, easy to make, bobby-pin hair clip flower accessory works for children and adults alike. Crochet it for use in weddings, for Easter, or any time you need a tiny flower to to add interest to your hair. If you’ve never worked with crochet thread before this is a great first project! Find the free crochet pattern below.
Originally I came up with this delicate crochet flower design to sell at craft fairs and farmers markets. People are always looking for a deal, and with how quickly these flowers are to crochet, you can easily make a large variety of hair clips in all kinds of colors!
#10 Crochet thread is excellent for using to make flowers because of how delicate and pretty they turn out to be. You will need to use a small 1.5mm steel hook for this project, but if you are brave you could even try making this in #20 or #30 thread and an even smaller hook. The choice is completely up to you!
You may also enjoy these 2 matching bridal patterns that use this flower:
Wrapped in Lace Fingerless Gloves
Wrapped in Lace Garter
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Aunt Lydia’s #10 crochet thread in Antique-white or thread color of your choice
1.5mm steel hook
Small pearl bead
Needle for sewing on pearl, and attaching flower to bobby-pin
Bobby-pin or small hair clip
(Optional) Hot glue
ch = chain
dc = double crochet
tr = treble crochet
sl st = slip stitch
st/sts = stitch/stitches
sp/sps = space/spaces
Gauge is unimportant. This crochet flower looks cute at almost any size!
Finished flower measures approximately 1.5″ across.
-It is possible to substitute dc for the tr stitches in round 4 if you want the last round of petals to be shorter.
-You may use hot glue to attach the flowers to your bobby pin or hair clip instead of sewing them on if you prefer.
Small, Delicate Flower Clip Crochet Pattern (US Terms):
Leaving a 12″ tail for sewing on bead and attaching flower to bobby-pin or hair clip,
Round 1: ch 6, join to first ch with sl st forming ring. Note: You may use magic circle for this step instead if you prefer.
Round 2: sl st into ring, [ch 1, 3 dc, ch 1, sl st into ring] 5 times, final sl st counts as join. (5 petals)
Turn flower over and work at the back of the piece,
Round 3: working behind petals from round 2: ch 1, sl st into back of first petal, [ch 4, sl st into back of next petal] 5 times, final sl st counts as join. (5 ch-4 sps)
Turn flower back over so front side is facing,
Round 4: *sl st into ch 4-sp (ch 1, dc, 4 tr, dc, ch 1, sl st); repeat from * around, final sl st counts as join. (5 petals)
Fasten off and weave in center end.
Using 12″ long tail, sew a bead in the center of the flower, and use the remaining length to sew the flower to the bobby-pin. You may use hot glue to attach the flower to the pin or a hair clip if you prefer.
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You are welcome to share the link to this pattern, using one image of your choice, on your site, but please do not share the written patterns themselves, this includes my Ravelry downloads or translations of these patterns, or use additional images. You do not have permission to use my images by themselves to create pinnable graphics for Pinterest, however they may be included in a roundup pin if there are 4 or more other patterns. If you sell finished items online, please do not use my pictures for your listings. I’m positive that your work is of high enough quality for you to sell the finished piece. Have confidence in your abilities! <3 Thank you!
This pattern was made to be used by individuals, and small business crocheters alike. Selling your finished pieces in boutiques, at farmer’s markets, craft shows, and other local events is encouraged! The only thing I require is that this pattern not be used commercially to produce hundreds of thousands of copies.
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