The Backward Mini Rose Free Crochet Pattern
Don't You Love Miniature Roses?
I know I do... I'm always on the lookout for a pretty one to add to my little rose garden! Just as gorgeous as their big sisters, their perfection in miniature is so intriguing!
Well, our Backward Rose suite would not be complete without a Mini Rose either! So I have designed this perky little mini rose just for you. It's based on the same principle as my original backward rose, working inside outward then back to the center, but in different stitches than its big sister.
This little rose measures just a bit under 2 inches. I hope you enjoy making a bouquet of them in many colors. Wouldn't these make cute pen or pencil toppers? Hmmm... Maybe they deserve their very own doily! (Hint, hint!)
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What You Will Need
Crochet Hook size 8 or your preferred size
Small amount desired rose color and leaf color, #10 thread or your preferred
How To Make The Magic!
With leaf color, chain 6, join with sl st to form ring.
*Ch 5, SC in ring) 5 times. End with ch 5, sl st in first ch of beginning ch-5. (6 loops)
*CH 7, SC in next SC. Repeat from * around ending with ch 7, sl st in first ch of beginning ch-7.
*CH 8, SC in next SC. Repeat from * around ending with ch 8, sl st in first ch of beginning ch-8.
*CH 9, SC in next SC. Repeat from * around ending with ch 9, sl st in first ch of beginning ch-9.
Filling In Leaves & Petals
Slip stitch into next ch-9 space. *(CH 3, work 5-DCP. Ch 4, SC in top of popcorn just made. CH 3, sl st in ch-9 space) twice. CH 1, sl st in next ch-9 space. Repeat from * around ending with ch 1, sl st in first ch of beginning ch-3. (You should have two leaves per space, a total of 12). Fasten off.
Attach desired Petal color in any ch 8 space (we are working the next round of mesh inward). *CH 3, work 5-DCP. Ch 4, SC in top of popcorn just made. CH 3, sl st in same space. CH 1, sl st in next space. Repeat from * around ending with ch 1, sl st in first ch of beginning ch-3. (You should have one petal per space, a total of 6). Ch 2, slip stitch in next open round of mesh inward.
Continue in same manner as in round 6. When you complete one round of petals, ch 3 and move to the next open mesh round. When you're out of meshes, you're done! End with a ch-3, slip stitch in edge of next petal, Fasten off and weave in ends.
What Do You Think Of This Pattern? - Come On, You Can Tell Me!
Do you like this Rose?
A Bloom That Will Never Fade