Video Tutorial: How to Crochet a Valentine Rose


Valentine's Day Rose CrochetThese Valentine roses can be used to make a bouquet that never dies. Or they can be used on a crochet headband, crocheted scarf, purses and more. The possibilities for these little roses are almost endless. AllFreeCrochet has many amazing Valentine’s Day crochet patterns to try too, so check them out!

You will need a size H crochet hook, yarn needle, scissors and 4 ply worsted weight yarn. You can find these yarns on our online store, CutRateCrafts:

PREMIER YARNS-Deborah Norville Everyday Soft WorstedPREMIER YARNS-Deborah Norville Everyday Soft Worsted PrintsPREMIER YARNS: Wool Worsted Yarn

What’s nice about this flower is that there really are no fancy stitches to learn. Just the basics: slip knot, chain stitch, single crochet and double crochet stitches. Even if you’re a beginner crocheter, you can definitely give this rose a try and practice the basic stitches while crocheting something you can use.

I particularly like this video because there are helpful “subtitles” while the video plays. That way, you can pause the video and view the next few stitches in written form. If you have to leave and come back to your project, the subtitles will help you find your place.

You can find the full written pattern and video on AllFreeCrochet as well. Enjoy!

Have you crocheted flowers or roses before?


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