Crochet Pointed Flower Free Pattern

Crochet Pointed Flower Free Pattern

Pointed Flower Crochet Pattern

I find I do my best crocheting in the winter when I’m all cooped up inside!  Once the hats and mitts are all done I like to toy around and find different ways to accessorize!  I decided to make a flower!  I have always been baffled with how people make these beautiful flowers all the time.  Me? I’d get half way through and end up taking apart what I have done because it now looks like a spider web of tangled yarn!  I have finally found a flower pattern that actually made sense.  I have altered this pointed flower crochet pattern so I hope that it makes sense to you too.  As usual, there are lots of pictures to help you along!  When finished, this flower measures about 5.5 inches around.

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  • Size H/8 – 5.00 MM Hook
  • 1 ball of BERNAT chunky yarn
  • 1 large button
  • embroidery needle (or small enough to fit through the hole on your button)
  • scissors



  • ch = chain
  • slst = slip stitch
  • st = stitch
  • sc = single crochet
  • hdc = half double crochet
  • dc = double crochet
  • BL = Back loop only
  • FL = Front loop only


Begin by chaining 5.  Slst into the first chain to form a loop.  Ch1.  Note, this ch does not count at the first st.

ROW 1:  Sc 7 st into the loop.  This is instead of into the chain.  I find it looks better this way since the yarn wraps around the loop instead of being worked into it.

Pointed Flower Crochet Pattern


ROW 2: Ch 8 then slst into the first FL.  This will form a large loop.  *Ch 8 then slst into the next FLO for form the next loop.* Repeat this all the way around.  There will be a total of 7 loops.

Pointed Flower Crochet Pattern

ROW 3: Working into the loop for your first petal, *1 sc, 1 hdc, 6 dc, ch 2, 6 dc, 1 hdc, 1 sc*.  This petal is complete.  Move directly to the next loop and repeat * instructions for the entire row.  This will total 7 petals.


Pointed Flower Crochet Pattern

Row 4:  Once you have completed your front petals, move straight to the back row.  At this point in the project, your yarn will be connected to the last sc of your last petal.  Flip your flower over and slst into the first BL. *Ch 10 then slst into the next BL to connect your loop.* Repeat * instructions for the entire row for a total of 7 loops.

Pointed Flower Crochet Pattern

NOTE: forming the back petals can be a bit difficult to manage, not that it is a challenging pattern, just that it is a lot of petals to manage… it will not likely look like a flower during this phase.  If you can stick it out and get through the entire row, it will definitely be worth it in the end.  Here is what it sort of looks like in this stage:

Pointed Flower Crochet Pattern

Row 5: Working into the first loop: *1 sc, 1 hdc, 11 dc, ch 2, 11 dc, 1 hdc, 1 sc*  Your first petal is complete.  Repeat * instruction for the entire row for a total of 7 petals.  Once complete, fasten off your yarn and work in all loose ends.

Lay your flower out and fold your petals over each other to form the ‘fan’ look.  Attach your button into the center of the flower by using your embroidery needle and some left over yarn.    You are now finished!

Pointed Flower Crochet Pattern

As always, feel free to let me know if you have any questions about this pattern. I would love to hear how yours turned out!  Happy Crocheting! Hope you liked this pointed flower crochet pattern!

If you liked this pattern, you should check out our mug cozy free crochet pattern!

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Hey everyone! Thanks for viewing my site, I hope that your creative flare shines in something you see here. I love to make things, all kinds of things, crochet is just one of the crafty hobbies I have. Many of the women in my family crochet and my love for homemade things was sparked at a young age. On this site I will be direct and to the point with patterns. Every project here has been made by myself and the pattern was written as I went along. I really hope that you like these patterns and tips. I am always looking forward to feedback as well so feel free to comment! ~Stephanie


  1. Bana

    7 January

    Hello Stephanie
    Thank you for sharing you pattern. I love the free pattern and will add this to my scarf and much more.

    Bana S

    • Stephanie

      11 January

      You are so welcome, I’m so happy that you love this pattern! I know it will look amazing any anything you put it on! 🙂

  2. Marilyn Jack

    8 June

    Hi Stephanie! I am new to your page and love the patterns I am seeing. My issue is that I am new at this and am not very good at reading patterns. I learn best from watching and I was wondering if you do videos to teach stitches, etc. to help learn to read patterns. Example; back loop, I don’t know what that is. Sorry to be a pain. If you could email me and let me know if you have videos I would appreciate it.

    • Stephanie

      29 June

      Hi Marilyn! I haven’t actually made any video tutorials, but that is a great idea! I will begin to work on videos of each stitch I post and will do my best! I will let you know as soon as they are available! Thank you for your encouragement and feedback!

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