Crochet Layered Ruffle Flower

Crochet Ruffle Flower Hair Tie Pattern

Crochet Ruffle Flower Hair Tie Pattern

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If you have some stashed yarns piling up in your craft room, you may want to crochet this layered ruffle flower as a little gift to giveaway. This is a quick and easy project that you can finish within an hour. You may use this crochet layered ruffle flower to make hair-tie, brooch, and other hair accessories, and even as embellishment for your purse, bag, cushion, lampshade, clothes, hat or on a gift wrapping etc…..

It happens that I have some extra yarns from a little sling bag project (pattern to follow soon) I made for my friend, so, I crochet this flower into hair-ties for my friend and her 3 daughters. The hair-ties will be nice on them as they all have long and beautiful hairs like their mom. I hope the girls won’t fight over the sling bag as I only managed to crochet one and use the rest of the yarn for the matching hair-ties ha ha ha….

There are 2 versions of ruffle flower in this pattern, a full blossom crochet ruffle flower and a beaded crochet ruffle flower. If you happened to a little short of yarn just before completing a full blossom ruffle flower, you can always reduce and adjust the number of stitches of the last round of the pattern.

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  1. Pingback:Crochet Flower Hair Tie | Crafting Happy

  2. My grandmother taught me the basic stitch for crocheting when I was 9 yrs old. I love the flower broach. I would like to learn how to chrochet thing again. It’s a dieing art. Can you guide me to where I might learn how to chrochet ?

  3. I was at Joann’s on Christmas Eve and saw advertisements for classes on crochet. There was a beginners class and ads for a couple of other classes that focused on specific projects such as afghans. If you dont have a Joann’s where you live, you might try the local craft store where ou live (not a Walmart) to see if any of the ladies that work there know how to crochet or where you might find refresher classes.

  4. I have recently picked up knitting again after 15 years and needed some help to remember how to do some of the stitches in the pattern instructions. I found the best place to learn was on you tube and it’s free! Just plug in how to ….in the search bar and you will see a demonstration of any particular stitch, pattern, etc. Whenever I get stuck its a huge help! Also, if you plug in knitting abbreviations or terminology it will give you a website where you can print them.

  5. Hi!
    I am an avid crocheter, and have many years experience with patterns. This is why I’m stumped as to why I cant figure this out!
    I am totally stuck on round 3. I know it says to sc in the stitch from round 1, but I really dont know where exactly to insert the hook. I’ve looked closely at the pictures, but it is blocked by the already finished chain 2 loops.
    I love this flower, and intend to embellish a vintage patterned hat with it.
    Any help would be so appreciated!

    • Hi Dana,
      If you look at the second picture (the one after making round 2), you will see the stitch holes between round 1 and round 2, that is the hole where your hook should go it to crochet the round 3.
      Hope this help :) Happy crochet!

  6. I’m a beginner (crocheting about 6 months). It took me a while but I was determined and figured it out. Thank you very much for that pattern!

  7. These really are beautiful. :)

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