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Crochet Flower Bookmark

Create your own unique floral bookmark with the art of crocheting. This handmade accessory will not only add a touch of charm to your reading material but also serve as a lovely gift for bookworms in your life. By using different colored yarns and various crochet stitches, you can customize your crochet flower bookmark to match your personal style or the preferences of the recipient. Crocheting a flower bookmark is a fun and relaxing way to express your creativity while also being practical. Whether you are a seasoned crocheter or just starting out, this project is perfect for all skill levels. You can experiment with different flower patterns, sizes, and embellishments to make each bookmark truly one-of-a-kind. So grab your crochet hook and yarn, and start crafting your very own crochet flower bookmark today!

Crochet Flower Bookmark Pattern

Written in UK terms

Hook: 4/4.5mm 

Yarn: I used a mixture of various cottons the grey is Sirdar Snuggly Baby Bamboo (80% viscose, 20% wool) and the yellow 4ply wool, the blue and peach colours were Cotton DK but these would work with pretty much anything I imagine.


Ch = Chain

Dc = Double crochet (US SC)

Tr = Treble crochet (US DC)

Ss = Slip Stitch

2 balls of yarn (different colours – this is good project for using leftovers)


Working with two strands at the same time, Ch5 and join with a ss to create ring (or use a magic ring if you prefer)

Row 1: Ch3 (counts as 1tr), 11tr into the ring, join to top of beginning ch-3 with a ss.

Row 2: skip 1st st, *5tr into next st, dc into next st; repeat from * four more times (you should now have 5 petals) ss into final stitch.

Ch31, 3dc in 2nd chain from hook (to create a little loop at the end – you could leave this part out and just finish off after your ch30), finish off, leave tail for sewing in ends. Attach ends to a darning needle and sew back into the chain to complete the loop.

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