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We’re going to learn how to do an altered version of the scalloped stitch today, that is the crochet scalloped flower. This stitch gives the creations a smooth round finish. So, we’ve created two pretty flowers that are ideal for brightening up tops, jackets or bathroom linen but they could be a great idea for a summer blanket too.
We’ve chosen our Lincoln yarn in the colour Eyeshadow to do the crochet scalloped flower stitch. Glossy and wafer-thin, it’s ideal for giving flowers a delicate look.
Let's get started.
Wrap the thread of the Lincoln yarn around your index finger on your left hand and in the loop that you get make a half stitch, then as follows:
round 1: 1 ch (= initial single crochet) and single crochet 15. Pull on the free end of the thread to tighten the loop and bind off this and the following round with 1 half stitch in the beginning stitch
round 2: 3 ch (= initial double crochet), 1 double crochet on the following single crochet, ch 2, 1 picot and 1 ch, * 1 double crochet on the following 2 single crochets, ch 2, 1 picot and ch 1 * rep from * to * another 6 times.
To do 1 picot ch 3, skip the 3 ch from the hook and work 1 single crochet in the following ch
round 3: ch 3 (= initial double crochet), 1 scalloped edging, 1 double crochet on the following double crochet. Ch 6, skip the following arch and the picot * 6 times, finish off with 1 double crochet on the following double crochet, 1 scalloped edging, 1 double crochet on the following double crochet, ch 3 and bind off the round with 1 double crochet on the initial stitch of the same round.
To do 1 scalloped edging ch 3 and 1 single crochet on the base of them.
Round 4: ch 1 (initial single crochet), in the following scalloped edging work: * (3 double open crochet and then closed together, ch 5) twice and 3 double open crochet and then closed together; 1 single crochet in the arch of the following 6 ch * 7 times, in the last scalloped edging work: (3 double open crochet together, ch 5) twice and 3 double open crochet and then closed together
Bind off the round with 1 half stitch in the initial stitch, break off the thread and blend it into the work.
From the round 1 to the round 2 carry out the part given, from round 3 to the round 4 work from A to the 1st asterisk, repeat from * to * 6 times and finish off with the part that comes before A.
If you liked this crochet knit stitch you might also like the crochet checkered stitch.