MARGARITA THE FLOWER [free crochet pattern]

Here I leave the Margarita pattern, a nice flower that, besides being a great playmate, can be the ideal gift to decorate the house (especially for those people who are not good at caring plants 😉 )

To crochet Margarita I used DROPS Safran yarn and a 2,25 mm crochet hook. For the pot I used DROPS Paris yarn and 4 mm crochet hook.

MATERIALS:

● 100% Cotton yarn: green, yellow, off-white (and some scraps of dark green for embroider the eyes – only if you do not use security eyes – pink for the cheeks and black to embroider the mouth).

● Crochet hook according to the thickness of the yarn used. In this pattern used a 2.25 mm crochet hook (You can use a 2.5mm hook and it will be the same) and 4 mm for the pot.

● Black safety eyes (you don´t need it if you make the eyes embroidered)

● Toy stuffing.

● Yarn needle.

● Scissors, sewing pins and stitch markers (if you don´t have  you can use a thread, a hairpin, a safety pin, etc.).

ABBREVIATIONS:

● Mr – Magic ring.    

Sc – Single crochet.      

Ch – Chain.   

St / sts – Stitch / stitches.       

Sl st – Slip stitch.

Dc – Double crochet.           

Inc – Single crochet increase (2sc in one st).          

Inv dec – Invisible single crochet decrease (2sc together, front loops only).               

Rnd – Round.     

● OBL – Only back loop. Crochet inserting the hook only in the back loop of the chain.

● OFL – Only front loop. Crochet inserting the hook only in the front loop of the chain.

[nº] – The number inside the brackets is the total stitches of the round. Ex: [12] means that in total, at the end of the round, there must be 12 stitches.

(…) xN – Repeat the instructions between the brackets N times. Ex: (1sc, 1inv st) x6, means that we should weave 1sc, 1inv dec 6 times.

LEGS (x2):

Start with green color

Rnd 1: 6sc in a mr [6]

Rnd 2: 6 inc [12]

Rnd 3: (1sc, 1inc) x6 [18]

Rnd 4: OBL. 18sc

Rnd 5-10: 18sc (6 rounds)

When finishing the 1st leg, fasten off. When finishing the 2nd leg, don´t cut the yarn, make 3 chains and join with the 1st leg with a sc to continue crocheting (mark this stitch as our new start of rounds).

HEAD & BODY:

Rnd 11: Make 17 sc more in the 1st leg, 3 sc in one side of the chain, 18 sc in 2d leg, 3 sc in the other side of the chain. At the end of the round the legs will be joined and you will have 42 stitches in total.

Rnd 12: 42sc

Rnd 13: (6sc, 1inc) x6 [48]

Rnd 14: (7sc, 1inc) x6 [54]

Rnd 15-18: 54sc (4 rounds)

Rnd 19: (7sc, 1inv dec) x6 [48]

Rnd 20: 48sc

Rnd 21: (6sc, 1inv dec) x6 [42]

Rnd 22: 42sc

Rnd 23: (5sc, 1inv dec) x6 [36]

Rnd 24-26: 36sc  (3 rounds)

Change to yellow color

Rnd 27: (5sc, 1inc) x6 [42]

Rnd 28: (6sc, 1inc) x6 [48]

Rnd 29: (7sc, 1inc) x6 [54]

Rnd 30: (8sc, 1inc) x6 [60]

Rnd 31-39: 60sc (9 rounds)

Rnd 40: (8sc, 1inv dec) x6 [54]

Rnd 41: (7sc, 1inv dec) x6 [48]

Rnd 42: (6sc, 1inv dec) x6 [42]

Rnd 43: (5sc, 1inv dec) x6 [36]

If you use safety eyes, place them now between rounds 32 and 33, centered, with approximately 12 stitches apart.

Stuff  the legs and body (then finish stuffing  the head).

Rnd 44: (4sc, 1inv dec) x6 [30]

Rnd 45: (3sc, 1inv dec) x6 [24]

Rnd 46: (2sc, 1inv dec) x6 [18]

Finish stuffing the head.

Rnd 47: (1sc, 1inv dec) x6 [12]

Rnd 48: 6 inv dec [6]

Close off* (in order to close off, pass the needle through the front loops of each stitch, from the outside towards the inside, making your way completely around. Pull tight and fasten off).

PETALS (make 9 or 10):

With off-white color

Rnd 1: 6sc in a mr [6]

Rnd 2: 6 inc [12]

Rnd 3: (1sc, 1inc) x6 [18]

Rnd 4: 18sc

Rnd 5: (3sc, 1inv dec) x3, 3sc  [15]

Rnd 6: (2sc, 1inv dec) x3, 3sc  [12]

Rnd 7: Make 1 ch. Fold in a half and work 5sc, 1 sl st through front and back sts [6] (see images below).

Fasten off leaving a long thread to sew it onto the head.

NOSE:

With yellow color

Rnd 1: 6sc in a mr [6]

Rnd 2-3: 6 sc (2 rounds)

Make a sl st and fasten off leaving a long thread to sew it onto the face.

ARMS (x 2):

With green color

Rnd 1: 5sc in a mr [5]

Rnd 2: 5 inc [10]

Rnd 3: (1sc, 1inc) x5 [15]

Rnd 4-5: 15sc (2 rounds)

Rnd 6: (1inv dec, 13sc)  [14]

Rnd 7: 14sc

Rnd 8: (1inv dec, 12sc)  [13]

Rnd 9: 13sc

Rnd 10: (1inv dec, 11sc)  [12]

Rnd 11-16: 12sc (6 rounds)

Don´t stuff the arms

Rnd 17: Make 1 ch. Fold in a half and work 5sc, 1 sl st through front and back sts [6] (see images below).

Fasten off leaving a long thread to sew it onto the body.

POT:

With brown yarn and 4 mm crochet hook

Rnd 1: 6sc in a mr [6]

Rnd 2: 6 inc [12]

Rnd 3: (1sc, 1inc) x6 [18]

Rnd 4: (2sc, 1inc) x6 [24]

Rnd 5: (3sc, 1inc) x6 [30]

Rnd 6: OBL. 30sc

Rnd 7-8: 30sc (2 rounds)

Rnd 9: (4sc, 1inc) x6 [36]

Rnd 10-16: 36sc (7 rounds)

Fasten off .

Rnd 17: Holding the pot upside down, join brown yarn in back loop of rnd 16. Make 3 ch, 36 dc. Join the last st with the first st with a sl st.

Fasten off.

ASSEMBLY:

1- If you are going to embroider the eyes: Embroider between rounds 31 and 34 with approximately 12 stitches apart. If you use security eyes, go to the next indication.

2- Sew the nose between the eyes.

3- Embroider the cheeks under the eyes.

4- Embroider the mouth and the details (use the images as a guide).

5- Sew the arms to the sides of the body between rounds 24-25 approximately.

6- Place the petals in the head, around the face (with the help of pins),  according to what looks good for you and sew.

Congratulations!

You´re done!

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THIS IS AN ORIGINAL KURUMI PATTERN. THE PATTERN IS FOR PERSONAL AND NON-COMMERCIAL USE. THE PATTERN CAN NOT BE REPRODUCED WITHOUT THE AUTHOR’S PERMISSION. THIS PATTERN CAN NOT BE SOLD.

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THANK YOU FOR RESPECTING MY WORK!

¡¡Greetings and happy crochet!!!

Thank you very much…… Greetings and happy crocheting!!

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