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Crochet Ruffle Flower

Crochet ruffle flowers are such a charming addition to any project! These delicate and whimsical flowers bring a touch of elegance and playfulness to your crocheted items. With their unique texture and fun ruffled edges, they are perfect for embellishing hats, bags, scarves, or even as lovely appliques on blankets or clothing. The beauty of crochet ruffle flowers lies in their versatility — you can experiment with different yarn colors and sizes to create a variety of looks, from dainty blooms to bold statement pieces. So grab your crochet hook and let your creativity bloom with these adorable and easy-to-make ruffle flowers!

Materials Needed

For each tiny flower that you’d like to crochet, you will need:

  • DK yarn- each ruffle flowers 4 yards for color 1(for the petals) and less than a yard of color 2(for the center).
  • An E/3.5mm hook
  • Scissors
  • A tapestry needle(this is optional, but good for weaving in ends.

SKill Level

This is a beginner-friendly flower. Be sure to watch the video tutorial below for full details!

Variation Ideas

Some ideas for creating variations with this pattern might be to use different weights/types of yarn, and to experiment with unusual color combinations!

Pattern Notes

  • All patterns are in US terms
  • It is not critical to exactly match that gauge in order to have success making these designs.
  • Feel free to experiment with yarn weights and hook sizes that are different from the original pattern(s).
  • Repeats are shown inside of **

Abbreviations Used

  • CH – chain (yarn over, pull loop through)
  • REP-repeat
  • HDC – half double crochet(yarn over, insert hook, yarn over, draw up a loop, yarn over, and draw through three loops)
  • SS-slip stitch(insert hook, yarn over, draw up a loop through the work and through the loop on your hook)
  • ST/STS – stitch/stitches


In color 1

Make a magic circle.

Round 1: Into your magic circle, ch2(counts as a stitch), sc4. Ss in to the top of the first ch2 to close the round (5 sts).

Round 2: ch3(counts as a stitch). Into the top of your ch2 from round one, dc5. Continue to dc6 in every remaining stitch, for a total of 36sts. Ss in the top of your ch3 to finish the round. Bind off.

Switch to Color 2

Create a magic circle, leaving a generous tail. Ch2, and then sc4 into the magic circle. Ss in to the top of your ch2 to close the round. Bind off, leaving another generous tail at the end.

Using the ends from your small circle, place it into the center of the flower, and tie the ends securely on the other side.

The finished ruffle flower looks lovely as part of a set!

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