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Tulip crochet pattern


Translated by Danille Grondman - Danis Crochet Art
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2017 Translated by: Danille Grondman - Danis Crochet Art.


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Materials:
3mm crochet hook.
Yarn: light green, middle green, pink.
Safety eyes (There isnt a size in the pattern)
Scissors.
Needle and embroidery thread (black and red)
Fiber filling.
Flower pot (approx. 7cm)

The tulip is approx. 17cm high.

This translation is made by Danille Grondman Danis Crochet Art. This is a free pattern
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pattern. I made this translation out of logical thinking. I do not speak Russian/Chinese.
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Abbreviations
Ch = Chain
Sl st = Slip stitch
Sc = Single crochet
Inc = Increase (2 scs in sc)
2tog = 2 single crochets together
BLO = Back loop only
(..) x.. = Everything between (..) is crocheted as much as behind x..

Color chart
This color chart will make it easier to choose a different color scheme.

Color Pattern parts


Light green Body and main parts
Middle green Leafs
Pink Tulip

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Body (in light green and pink yarn)


Fill the body with fiber filling along the way.

Light green yarn:


Round 1: Magic circle 8 scs (8)
Round 2: (inc) x8 (16)
Round 3: (sc 1, inc) x8 (24)
Round 4: (sc 2, inc) x8 (32)
Round 5: (sc 3, inc) x8 (40)
Round 6: BLO: sc all (40)
Round 7-15: sc all (40)
Round 16: (sc 6, 2tog) x5 (35)
Round 17: (sc 5, 2tog) x5 (30)
Round 18: (sc 4, 2tog) x5 (25)
Round 19: (sc 3, 2tog) x5 (20)
Round 20: (sc 2, 2tog) x5 (15)
Round 21: (sc 1, 2tog) x5 (10)
Now youll start with the head.
Round 22: (inc) x10 (20)
Round 23: (inc) x20 (40)
Round 24: (sc 4, inc) x8 (48)
Round 25: (sc 7, inc) x6 (54)
Round 26-33: sc all (54)
Round 34: (sc 7, 2tog) x6 (48)
Round 35: (sc 6, 2tog) x6 (42)
Place the eyes between round 30 and 31. Keep 8 stitches free between the eyes.
Round 36: (sc 5, 2tog) x6 (36)
Round 37: (sc 10, 2tog) x3 (33)
Round 38: (sc 9, 2tog) x3 (30)
Round 39: (sc 8, 2tog) x3 (27)
Round 40: (sc 7, 2tog) x3 (24)
Round 41: (sc 6, 2tog) x3 (21)
Round 42: (sc 5, 2tog) x3 (18)
Round 43: (sc 4, 2tog) x3 (15)
Round 44: (sc 3, 2tog) x3 (12)
Round 45: (sc 2, 2tog) x3 (9)
Round 46-53: sc all (9)
Change to pink yarn. Now youll start with the tulip.
Round 54: (inc) x9 (18)
Round 55: (sc 1, inc) x9 (27)
Round 56-64: sc all (27)
Fasten off, leave a long tail.
Skip 8 stitches, weave the tail through the next stitch (1). Skip 8 stitches, weave the tail
through the next stitch (2). Now weave the tail through the first stitch of round 64 (3)
and pull tight.
Now you have 3 openings of 8 scs. Sew each opening together with 4 stitches.

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Arms (make 2x in light green yarn)


Fill the arms with fiber filling along the way.
I couldnt find the pattern of the arms, but looking at the pictures I would advise:

Round 1: Magic circle 8 scs (8)


Round 2-9: sc all (8)

Push round 9 flat. Crochet through 2 stitches at once to close the arms.
Do this with 4 scs.
Fasten off, leave a long tail for sewing.
Sew the arms between round 21 and 22 of the body.

Leaf (make 2x in middle green yarn)


Work around the chain.

Round 1: chain 11
Round 2: sc 10, ch 2, go on to the other side of the chain, sc 10, ch 1 (12)

Fasten off with a sl st in the ch where you made your first sc. Leave a long tail.
Sew the leafs between round 45 and 49 of the body.

Eyebrows, lashes and mouth (in black and read embroidery thread)
For the eyebrows and lashes: use black yarn.
For the mouth: use red yarn.
Look at the pictures below for the placing and shape of all the parts.

I wish you lots of fun with your tulip!

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2017 Translated by: Danille Grondman - Danis Crochet Art.