Loop Stitch Crochet Flower

loop stitch crochet flower

Loop Stitch Flower

Crochet Pattern by B. Hooked Crochet, Copyright 2016.

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This pattern is written in US crochet terms

03-intermediate web


Gather your supplies

  • Approximately 11 yds (flower) Caron Simply Soft, Ocean
  • Approximately 10 yds (leaf) Caron Simply Soft, Pistachio
  • 5.5mm Crochet hook  (flower)
  • 5 mm Crochet hook (leaf)
  • Darning Needle
  • Scissors

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Gauge and Sizing

Your finished flower will measure approximately 3″ across. This is a 3D design so your flower will measure approximately 1.5″ tall.


  • Ch – Chain
  • Slst – Slip Stitch
  • Sc – Single Crochet
  • Hdc – Half Double Crochet
  • Dc – Double Crochet
  • Tc – Treble Crochet
  • YO – Yarn Over

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

Crochet Abbreviations Quick Guide

Stitch Description:

Loop stitch – Wrap the working yarn around your index finger. If you are a right-handed crocheter, you will wrap the working yarn around your right index finger. If you are a left-handed crocheter, you will wrap the working yarn around your left index finger. Insert your hook into the next available stitch, yo and pull up a loop. Gently release the wrapped yarn from your index finger. YO and pull through two loops.


Written Instructions

Loop Stitch Flower Featured

Row 1: Ch. 60 + 1

Row 2: sc in second chain from hook and each stitch all the way across.

Row 3: Ch 1. Work a loop stitch into the next stitch available from the hook and all the way across.

Fasten off. Leave your tail end approximately 8 inches long.



I suggest blocking your loops for the best results. For a tutorial on how to block your project, check out:

All About Blocking

If you have a blocking board: Lay your work down flat and secure your crochet foundation row with pins being sure to stretch your work slightly as you pin. Pull each loop up so that they are oriented directly above the sc foundation and pin them one by one to the blocking board.  Saturate with a spray bottle filled with water. Allow to fully dry before assembling your flower.

Finger blocking: pull each loop straight up from the sc foundation row with your fingers. This will stretch the loops to their maximum size and train them to stand up. I found it helpful to feed each loop through a knitting needle and pulling on the sc foundation to stretch the loops uniformly.



Orient your work flat on a table with the loops facing towards you. With your left hand, press the loops upward starting on the right side of the work. With your right hand, begin to roll the work from right to left. As you roll your flower, be sure to move every loop so that they are facing upward. Once you have rolled the entire strip, use a darning needle to secure the base. I threaded the tails into my darning needle and stuck it in one side and fed it through to the other multiple times until the whole flower was secured.


Leaf Instructions

Ch. 8. SlSt into next chain from hook.

Sc into the next stitch.

Hdc into the next stitch.

Dc into the next stitch.

Tc into the next stitch.

Dc into the next stitch.

Make 4 Hdc into last stitch.

Dc into the next stitch.

Tc into the next stitch.

Dc into the next stitch.

Hdc into the next stitch.

Sc into the next stitch.

Sl St into the last stitch.

Bind off and use the tail to attach your leaf to the flower by securing it to the bottom with your darning needle and yarn.

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