Wagon Wheel Crochet Flower

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Wagon Wheel Crochet Flower Pattern

Crochet Pattern by B. Hooked Crochet, Copyright 2013.

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This pattern is written in US crochet terms

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Gauge and Sizing

This crochet flower pattern was designed to embellish any project. Your finished flower will measure approximately 3.5″ x 3.5″.

Abbreviations:

  • Ch – Chain
  • Slst – Slip Stitch
  • Sc – Single Crochet
  • Dc – Double Crochet

To print a list of all crochet abbreviations to keep in your crochet notebook, check out my quick guide here:

Crochet Abbreviations Quick Guide

Free Crochet Flower Pattern – How to Crochet the Wagon Wheel Flower

 

This tutorial is also available in a left handed version. Click the link below to be directed to the left handed video on my YouTube channel.

Free Crochet Flower Pattern – How to Crochet the Wagon Wheel Flower – Left Hand Tutorial

Wagon Wheel Crochet Flower Pattern

Round 1: Ch 4. Join with a slst to the first chain. Chain 1. Sc 7 times in the center of the ring. Join with a slst to the first stitch.

Round2: Ch 1. Sc twice in every stitch (14 Sc). Join with a slst to the first stitch.

Round 3: Ch 7. Skip two stitches and Dc into the third stitch. *Chain 4. Skip two stitches. Dc into third stitch. Repeat from * to last two sts. Ch 4 and join with a slst to the third ch.

Round 4: Remove your crochet hook from your loop, but continue to hold onto it with your opposite hand. Insert your hook into the open stitch directly to the right of the Dc post (from row 2). Keep your hook in front of the chain and pick up the loop from your hand. Pull this loop through the stitch. Dc 12 times into the chain 4 gap space. Wrap your crochet hook around the front of the Dc post and slst to secure the petal to the back.

*Ch 3. Remove your crochet hook from the loop. Insert your hook into the stitch directly to the right of the Dc post from row 2. Keep your crochet hook behind the petal and pick up your loop with the chain three in your opposite hand. Pull this loop through the stitch. Dc 12 times into the gap space. Wrap your crochet hook around the front of the Dc post and slst to secure the petal to the back.Repeat around. (5 petals)

To secure the last petal to the back, wrap your crochet hook around and through the first stitch of the first petal. Slst to secure.

Round 5: Slst one stitch to the left. Ch 9. Position your petals forward to expose the two stitches underneath the petals (from round 2). Skip to next petal and Dc into the right stitch of the two that are available. *Chain 6. Dc into the right stitch underneath the next petal.* Repeat from * to last petal. Ch 6 and join with a slst to the third ch.

Round 6: Remove your crochet hook from your loop, but continue to hold onto it with your opposite hand. Insert your hook into the open stitch directly to the right of the Dc post (from row 2). Keep your hook in front of the chain and pick up the loop from your hand. Pull this loop through the stitch. Dc 16 times into the chain 6 gap space. Wrap your crochet hook around the front of the Dc post and slst to secure the petal to the back.

*Ch 3. Remove your crochet hook from the loop. Insert your hook into the stitch directly to the right of the Dc post from row 2. Keep your crochet hook behind the petal and pick up your loop with the chain three in your opposite hand. Pull this loop through the stitch. Dc 16 times into the gap space. Wrap your crochet hook around the front of the Dc post and slst to secure the petal to the back. Repeat around. (5 petals)

To secure the last petal to the back, wrap your crochet hook around and through the first stitch of the first petal. Slst to secure.


Tip!

Your flower will look best if you finger block the petals – stretch and pull on them to get them to lay in the best position. Use the photos here for reference if you’re not sure!

24 thoughts on “Wagon Wheel Crochet Flower

  • Miriam

    Brittany,
    This such as awesome tutorial! I usually do not sit through tutorials because they sometimes drag. Yours did not!
    Making this flower was so easy as I watched and listened to you! Thank you for the pattern, I am so glad I found your website.
    Miriam

    • Hi Mirium! Thank you so much for that! I always try to find the proper balance between explanation and friendly conversation 🙂 I want to be respectful of your time as my viewer while being certain I’m explaining just what you need to know. I’m so glad you found me too!

  • Mary

    Just finish your flower, and am so happy to have watched your Video. Very easy to understand and follow. Had a hard time crocheting it without your help. Thanks for your help, love it.

  • Krista

    I’ve been watching a lot of these videos lately. Yours is really good!! I was intimidated after reading it, but your tutorial made it easy. Do you have a YouTube channel with more patterns? Thanks for offering thus free.

    Krista ??

    • Hi Krista! I’m so glad you enjoyed my tutorial and found that it resonated with your learning style. I have a YouTube channel with over 200 patterns (and counting!) You can find all of the resources right here on this website but I’d also encourage you to check out my channel on YouTube and subscribe if you’d like to see new tutorials when they come out. You can find my YouTube channel here:
      http://www.youtube.com/user/bhookedcrochet

  • Nichole

    Your tutorials are fantastic. You are literally teaching me how to crochet! I find your videos to be the easiest to follow. I noticed the green flower in the photo is smaller than the one in the tutorial. What modifications need to be made to make a smaller flower?

    • Hi Nichole! You can play around with yarn and hook size to modify the size. To make a slightly smaller flower, I would recommend using a lightweight yarn and a size 3.5 or 4mm crochet hook 🙂

  • Donna Bradshaw

    This video was very good, at times the camera was fuzzy but it didn’t last long. Thanks for the instructions and I love the outcome of the flower that I made per your video!

    • Thank you, Donna!

      I always cringe a little when I watch this video. It was the first one I ever published! I’m very proud to say my video, audio and speaking skills have improved greatly since this one! 🙂

  • Cindy Powell

    I really like your patterns. I want to make the roses but haven’t discovered how to print pattern. Help. is there a way to avoid the pictures when printing?

    • Hi Cindy!

      Currently, my patterns are only available online and not in a printable PDF download. If you need to print, you could always copy the pattern text, paste in a Word document and print that way. It’s not a preferred method but it will do in a pinch.

  • Wendy Lehner Hoffman

    This is really a great tutorial! You are a great teacher – I was easily able to figure everything out even as a lefty!! Thanks

  • Oma

    Did you come up with this pattern by yourself. If so, you’re a genius!!!! So glad I had the tutorial or I would never have figured it out!!! It’s beautiful! Thanks so much

  • Cindy Lange

    Thank you so much for the free directions! I get so much satisfaction out of making things myself, so again, thank you for making that possible.

  • Meri

    Great tutorial! You make beautiful flowers with such ease. I plan on making some to embellish the chemo hats I knit and donate to various charities. Thank you so much!

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