It’s easy to turn a classic crochet rose into a small version to wear as a fun ring using this thread crochet rose pattern.
So I thought my crochet rose would be perfect as a small thread crochet ring! I love it!
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Thread Crochet Flower ring
US 7 hook (1.5mm) – up or down a size or two is fine, it will just change the final size a bit
This flower can be rolled tight or as loose as you’d like it, so the size also depends on that.
Row 1: DC in 5th Chain from hook *CH 1, skip 1 (DC-CH-DC) in next ch (V stitch made). repeat from * across to end, turn.
Row 2: CH 3 (counts as DC) 5 DC in CH space, *SC in next CH-1 space, 6 DC in next CH-1 space (shell stitch made). Repeat from *, ending in 6 DC in last CH-1 space. Fasten off, but leave a good LONG tail for anchoring the flower. 6inches or so.
Starting at that end roll the flower up, this should have a natural twist so it should be easy!
Threading the tail onto the needle and weave across the base creating x’s all around. make sure not to pull TOO tightly!
Add it to a blank ring base! and Voila! Done!
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Totally cute! Wish I could crochet! I am featuring this at somedaycrafts.blogspot.com.
thanks so much for the feature Michelle!!! And I’d LOVE to teach you to crochet! I’m planning on teaching Leanne this summer so you should join us!
Michele @ The Scrap Shoppe
These are SO pretty, Ashlee! I love the vintage feel them have to them. REALLY makes me wish I knew how to crochet!
Thanks so much! I love crocheting, and it’s really very easy once you get the hang of it! It’s totally worth learning, I taught myself out of books when we were living in Japan!
Ashlee- oh my these rings are so adorable! I saw them on another site and just couldn’t wait to get over here and see more! We love your idea and your topsy turvy blog! We would be honored if you stopped in and linked this up into our Saturday Showcase. This past week and into this week’s theme is DIY Fashion. Your ring idea would fit in perfectly! Stop in if you have a few minutes. We are your newest follower and can’t wait to see what other topsy turvy ideas you have!
Have a super week!
sorry I’m just getting around to reading and responding to comments! It’s always a bit crazy around here and this last month(s) is on exception! I’m so glad you like my rings! They are so much fun to create.
Lovely, I bet your girls love them. I agree with Michelle in that they “feel” a little vintage to me!
My girls DO love them!!!! They are really into jewelry, although they NEVER leave anything on so they also tend to lose it all!
I love the rose ring! I think my daughter would LOVE it. Now, YOU’VE been pinned. 🙂
Thanks so much! I have about 10 of these rings in different colors! They also make for great conversation as well!
Laura / Pet Scribbles
Love your crochet rings – each one you’ve done is so unique!
thanks! most I got from pinterst, the rose I made myself, but the ruffled one is by far my favorite!
Sara - My Merry Messy Life
OMG these are too cute! They are just beautiful! I would LOVE if you would link this up to my new fiber arts link party! http://mymerrymessylife.com/2012/06/new-link-party-hookin-on-hump-day-1-fiber-arts-party.html
Thanks so much! I’m glad you like my ring!
I love these! Thanks for the inspiration!
your so welcome! I love creating patterns, but I love finding good ones too!
Love your rings!! I was trying to make the first one but I’ve never worked from a chart before. Could you let me know what the symbols mean? Or a written pattern if you have one. Thanks!!
the 2 rings with the chart patterns aren’t mine, I link to the charts cause that’s what I used to make them. So I can’t share a written pattern. Try this http://www.craftyarncouncil.com/chart_crochet.html
Could you please tell me what kind of yarn you used for the rose ring? Thank you. I love itl.
it’s crochet thread, not yarn.
I am want to know how I can have some rings crochet…they are so sassy and gorgeous….I do not know how to crochet and I love the rings……or a web site that have them for sale…thank, you Linda
Try Etsy, there are tons of people who sell crochet goods there. If you can’t find the ring your looking for you an approach one of the sellers there and request they make one!
I love your rings and other patterns so much.
I am working on the rose ring and have a little confusion about the CH-1 space. Is it the space between two V-stitches or the space of CH in DC-CH-DC ?
Tks in advance
it’s the space between the V, good luck!
Did you glue the ring ontothe base?