Friday, February 5, 2010

10 petal popcorn flower - free pattern!

So, I've been working on this beaded scarf, (it's gonna be gorgeous!) but it's taking awhile and I totally have croch-ADD, so I meandered off and made up this really cute, stash-busting flower. I hope you like it! I think it looks just as good in a solid color as it does multi-color, and you can add a button or other bauble to really make it stand out.

10-Petal Popcorn Flower

ww yarn, J hook (I crochet super tight, so if you don't want a gargantuan flower, you may want to downsize a bit.)

Click here to see how to make a popcorn stitch.

Round 1: Ch 2, 10 sc in 2nd ch from hook, sl st to first sc (10 sc)
Round 2: Ch 1, 2 sc in ea sc around, sl st to first sc (20 sc)
Round 3: Ch 3, 4 dc in same st, complete popcorn, ch 1, sc in next st, *(popcorn, ch 1) next st, sc next st*, repeat from * to end, sl st to first popcorn (10 popcorns, 10 sc)
Round 4: *Sl st behind popcorn, 5 dc in sc from row below (5 dc shell created)*, repeat from * to end (10 sets of shells)


  1. tyty, Found you over at crochetville

  2. So glad you like it! Please show me pics if you make one. :)

  3. LoL...I have croch-ADD too! And Knit-Add!
    Thanks for sharing...Very cute!

  4. Looks lovely and not too difficult. Think I will go make one as soon as I post this. I understand about the ADD. Sometimes I spend so much time trying to decide what to make, I end up making nothing.

  5. ok when you say slip stitch behind popcorn, what does that mean exactly. which stitch do you do it in

  6. If I remember correctly, I meant to actually sl st behind the popcorn itself. In other words, the space where you sl st to complete the popcorn on Round 3 would be the place you would sl st on Round 4. Does that help? Or hinder? LOL

  7. I absolutely love this flower. Its just what I have been searching for to finish a purse I made. I used a K hook
    Thnak you!