Hey Ali, done, and its a lovely pattern, really clear. I like the way the petals are raised due to crocheting in the back of hte previous round, fab idea, and thanks for a lovely flower!
I hope to learn to crotchet properly one day! Your photo is beautiful. Lovely craftmanship!
Lovely flower pattern... look great on a crocheted/knitted hat or one of those skinny, twisty scarves. I like the look of that yarn too.
That's a lovely flower and a great pattern - thank you!I've posted about it on my blog.
I love this pattern, you did a really good job on it and I just wanted to say "Thank You" and I wish you weren't all the way across the ocean.....I would love to come see you! LOL :) I haven't put it up on my blog yet but I will. Thanks again!
Here is a link to a pic on my Facebook page of your lovely flower. :) http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?pid=3112010&l=7a0498cf23&id=646982197
hey! lovely pattern..but im new at this..so could you tell me what does "ss" means? [in R2: 2 ch then 1 ss in next sc... ]
Hi Caro, ss is short for slip stitch. Glad you like the pattern. :)
Hi AliCan't wait to make this flower! Also new to crochet. In R5 & R7what is the 'tr' in uk terms?Thanks
Hi there MamaSew - tr in the US (which I've just realised I should probably have written trc!) is the same as our dtr (double treble) - the stitch where you wrap your yarn round the hook twice before you insert under the next stitch. Hope this makes sense.
Thanks Ali,I just finished the flower this morning. For the final set of petals I just did a treble crochet. It looks ok but just not the same as yours so I will definately be trying it again with the double treble. Thanks again Shirlie
Those UK/USA different terms can be an absolute menace Shirlie - I'm always getting confused!
Hello, I couldn't find a link to e-mail you at, so I thought I would just comment. I posted a link today on my blog with the pattern to your flower, which I absolutely love. I have been making quite a few of them and will feature them in their own post hopefully next week. If you have an e-mail address that you don't mind giving me, I would appreciate it.
Hi! I am a beginner crocheter who just graduated from plain, flat works and is learning to make things like flowers and amigurumi.I love this pattern but I have a problem with Row 6. I don't know what the 'fist post' of the first petal is. I have finished the flower and it doesn't look all right, apparently because I have started that row in the wrong place. Could you please explain?Thank you in advance :) This is a lovely pattern.
Hi there Seeker, thanks for your enthusiasm for my pattern. It's so hard to explain what I mean without showing you how to do it in person! I can understand that it is very difficult for a beginner. I will give it a bit of thought and get back to you with some help. Ali xx
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