Dewdrop Crocheted Flower Pin. Free Pattern for Kids and Adult
|February 20, 2012||Filled under Patterns|
Walk in summer woods any time of the year with the Dewdrop Pin! This free pattern features double layers of crochet petals framing a shower of stamens, trimmed with satin leaves in refreshing green. Wear it pinned to your clothes or in your hair, and be a dryad for the day!
This pattern is available for download for FREE (to download: simple click at highlighted in green dewdrop_pin_v1.pdf file on the right ) >>>
|Updated:||February 20, 2012|
4” wide x 3” long.
Worsted weight (#4 Medium)
shown: Cascade Yarns Pacific (40% Superwash Merino Wool, 60% Acrylic; 213 yd [195 m]/3.5 oz [100 g]) #02 white – 1 skein
NOTE: Many flowers can be made from a single skein of yarn.
• 2.5” (6.3 cm) stamens antennae pearl white – 6
• 2” (2.5 cm) padded velvet leaf appliques in green – 2
• 2” (5 cm) safety catch brooch back or hair clip – 1
• Sewing needle and white thread
• Tapestry needle for weaving in ends.
* This pattern involves crochet skills only.
5 pages, 3 pictures, 2 diagrams
Please read and follow my copyright info. THANK YOU! Also, this pattern has not been tech edited, so if you find any mistakes or typos, please let me know and I will fix it.
One of the loveliest flower patterns I have seen. Thank you!
This is a pretty rose, but I want to make it, but no way to print the pattern.
Oh You’ve done it again Alla :-) It’s beautiful! Thank you so much.
Thank you very much! Beautiful!!!
Best flower ever… you are the greatest to share with us .. thanks
Love, love, love…thank you very much!!!
This is absolutely beautiful! Thank you sooooo much for sharing!
This is absolutely breathtaking. Thank you for sharing!
It’s beautiful Alla, thanks very much for sharing it with us.
I love this pin, but I can’t get the instructions to download.
Another Beautiful creation! Thank you so much for sharing,Alla!
Замечательный цветок! Нежный, весенний… Спасибо!!!
Thanks for sharing the pattern – wonderful flower!
Спасибо огромное Алла.Очень красивый цветочек.
Алла, спасибо! иногда просто необходимо готовое описание, чтобы велосипед не изобритать
So beautiful and elegant! Thank you Alla.
Thank You so much Alla for gifting us another one of your Beautiful Designs. I will treasure it..
Thank you for the pattern it is so beautiful.
I think I’m in love!
That is the most beautiful flower pin I have ever seen.
I would love to have a copy of this beautiful flower but the site say the webpage cannot be displayed. Is there any way you can send it to me.
This is a gorgeous pin!! I love it. Unfortunately it will not download. It says the web content cannot be displayed. I have tried everything in the book to get it but nothingg works. Is there any way you can send it to me.
i would be glad to buy this pattern
Thanks!! Really really like this flower…. :-)
Thanks,love it 100 times.
Your patterns are absolutely, breathtakingly beautiful!!!! It shows there is love in every stitch!!! Thanks for posting them!!
me encanta toda la ropa que se logra solo un crochet y creatividad, me encantaria aprender……definitivamente son hermosos….
Me gusta la flor es un prendedor bello,lastima no se puede descargar como dice, lo intente sin suerte, ojala me lo puedas mandar me gustará hacérmelo, ahora se usa, gracias por tu gentileza
Me gusta el pin no se puede descargar o no se hacerlo me gustaría me ayudaras, gracias por tu gentileza
The PDF file doesn’t download; please send it to me email@example.com
please make sure that you click on dewdrop_pin_v1.pdf file, not Adobe PDF icon on the left. I’ve just checked my free patterns – all patterns are available for download.
Beautiful! I loved the flower….it’s a fantastic creation…
thank you so much for sharing, its an amazing art work …
Thank you for sharing. That is truly inspired beauty.
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I am having the same problem as a few others… no matter what I do it won’t download. Not getting any error messages, it just doesn’t do anything when I click on it. And I am clicking on the correct link, not the PDF button to the left. Please help or email this pattern to me… its beautiful! Thank you!
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Thank you for this sweet flower pattern. I made only the petal portion and put a button in the middle to replace a plain old button on a jacket I have :-). I used No. 3 cotton thread and a 2.75 mm. hook. Thanks again!
Love this. I would like to make one but it won’t allow me to down load the pattern. Is it no longer available?
Enjoy. Your. Flower would like to. make it. Please reaple.could. not. Copy. Instructions.ThankYoum. Myrtle Kilter
Great. Flower I would like. to. Get. Instructions. for. it. Please. reply. Thank. You!!
Can’t wait to get materials to make this tomorrow!! I love pins and this is unique and soooo pretty. Thank you for creative pattern!
You actually expressed that very well.
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