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Easy 7-petal crochet flower – free pattern / Flor em Crochet com 7 pétalas - modelo grátis

The pattern is for a 7-petal crochet flower that serves as an applique and/or embellishment for hats, beanies, yada yada yada…
 (Photo by Ravelry user hookiver)
This produces an 8-cm (3 inches) flower. The purpose is to leave a “big” hole in the middle, so you can use it as an applique… So, instead of crocheting or sewing the flower directly onto your work, try sewing on a button and crochet several flowers in different colors. This way, you’ll have the same piece that changes according to your mood, your clothes, your inspiration… Enjoy!
You’ll need:
6,5 mm/ K hook
Worsted yarn (6 meters/20 feet – WOW! This is something, isn’t it? 6 meters for a flower?)
Gauge: What?
Now, brace yourself. Here we go:
Row 1: Chain 6, slip stitch to the beginning of the chain to form a circle.
Row 2: chain 1 (does not count as a sc), 13 sc into the circle. Sl st into chain 1.
Row 3: *chain 3, skip 1 sc, sl st into next stitch* 7 times. On the last chain, sl st into the 1st chain.
Row 4: sl st into the first chain 3, *chain 3, 4 dc, sl st into the chain 3, sl st into the next chain 3* 7 times = 7 petals. On the last petal, sl st into the chain and then into the sl st into the first petal. Fasten off and finish off.

O modelo é de uma flor de sete pétalas em crochet, que pode ser usado como um acessório em chapéus, gorros, e por aí fora...

 (Fotografia da utilizador hookiver no Ravelry)
O produto final é uma flor de 8 centímetros. O objectivo é deixar um buraco "grande" no meio, para poder ser usado como um acessório... Portanto, em vez de prender a flor directamente no trabalho, tente pregar um botão e fazer várias flores destas, em diferentes cores. Assim, terá uma peça que muda de acordo com a sua disposição, as suas roupas, a sua inspiração... Espero que goste!
Vai precisar de:
Agulha de 6,5 mm
Fio para agulhas de 5-5.5 (worsted) - 6 mm (UAU! É qualquer coisa, nao é? Seis metros para uma flor?)
Tensão: Ah?
Agora, prepare-se. Aqui vamos nós:
C 1: montar 6 correntes, unir em redondo com 1 ponto baixíssimo, para formar um círculo.
C 2: 1 corrente (não conta como ponto baixo), 13 pontos baixos dentro do círculo. Junte com 1 ponto baixíssimo na primeira corrente.
C 3: *3 pontos de corrente, salte um ponto baixo, 1 ponto baixíssimo no ponto seguinte* 7 vezes. Na última corrente, um ponto baixíssimo para unir com a primeira corrente.
C 4: 1 ponto baixíssimo para chegar ao primeiro conjunto de 3 pontos corrente *3 pontos de corrente, 4 pontos altos, 1 ponto baixíssimo no conjunto seguinte de 3 pontos correntes, 1 ponto baixíssimo para chegar ao conjunto seguinte de 3 pontos corrente* 7 vezes = 7 pétalas. Na última pétala, 1 ponto baixíssimo nos 3 pontos corrente e depois 1 ponto baixíssimo na primeira pétala. Remate o trabalho.

ponto baixíssimo = malha corrida
ponto de corrente = malha de cordão
ponto alto = bride simples


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