Celebrate the Spring season with these beautiful crochet Cherry Blossoms! Easy and quick to make, and perfect for any Spring decoration!
You can use these crochet Cherry Blossoms to embellish different items – a hat, purse, kid’s blankets, or clothes. Also, you can use them for handmade cards or for scrapbooking.
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I used these beautiful flowers to make my Spring Crochet Wall Art. Also, I embellished my Crafter Granny’s apron with Cherry Blossom Flower.
If you like Spring flowers, you may also like crochet Dogwood flower, crochet Snowdrop, and crochet Lilac flower.
More crochet Cherry blossom ideas can be found HERE.
Cherry Blossom – Free Crochet Pattern, Video Tutorial
The pattern for this crochet Cherry Blossom is also available as a print-friendly, styled, and advertisement-free PDF file. The instructions also include the pattern for the Lilac and Dogwood Flowers. You can get it from my Etsy Shop.
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(See a list of crochet abbreviations used in patterns by yarn industry designers and publishers HERE)
Ch – chain
Rnd – round
SC- single crochet
Sl St – slip stitch
TR3tog – treble crochet 3 stitches together
- Crochet cotton threads size 10, color – orchid pink for the petals
- Crochet cotton threads size 10, color – burgundy red for the flower center
- Crochet hook 1.8 mm
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This crochet Cherry Flower is about 1-1/8” (3 cm) in diameter.
Copyright: This pattern is an original design by GoldenLucyCrafts. You may not copy, rewrite, redistribute or resell this pattern in any form, this includes making video tutorials. You may not translate this pattern to another language and publish the pattern or any parts of it.
With burgundy red color, Ch 5, join with Sl St to form a ring;
Rnd 1. Ch 1, 10 SC into the ring, join with Sl St into first SC, cut off burgundy red color. Fasten off.
Rnd 2. Join light pink color to first St of Rnd 1, *Ch 4, TR3tog in same St, Ch 4, Sl St in same St, skip next St, Sl St in next St*,
repeat from * to * 4 more times, last Sl St make in same St where you joined light pink color. Total – 5 petals.
How to make treble crochet 3 stitches together (TR3tog): *yarn over twice, insert hook into indicated St, yarn over, pull up a loop,
(yarn over, draw through 2 loops) twice,
repeat from * two more times – you will have 4 loops on your hook,
yarn over, draw through all loops on hook.
Crochet Cherry Blossom – Video Tutorial
Watch this video on YouTube.
I hope you enjoyed this Cherry Blossoms crochet pattern!
I am a little confused, when you are chaining 4 for the other time what do you do? Can you explain it a little better?
Like, okay here is where I mess up. After the second time I chain four, I now have a ‘tail’ which becomes the end of the petal right? Then SKIP the next of the nine that were put on the ring, and go to the next right?
Hello it’s saying after trc3tog ch.4 & slip stitch in same st to make each petal it begins with ch4 & ends with ch4 each one is a tr crochet if that makes sense good luck
These are beautiful! We live in Maryland, and every spring we attend the Cherry Blossom Festival in DC. My daughter-in-law is Japanese, so they have a special meaning for her. I can’t wait to surprise her with these and the tree on your other post!
I LOVE cherry blossoms!
The significance of the cherry blossom tree in Japanese culture goes back hundreds of years. In their country, the cherry blossom represents the fragility and the beauty of life. It’s a reminder that life is almost overwhelmingly beautiful but that it is also tragically short. I lost lost my best friend (an avid crocheter) to cancer last July, I made a basket full of these for all to take one in honor of her.
Do you have a video that shows you how to make it
Yes, I’ve added a video tutorial for the cherry blossom to this post and to my YouTube.
My flowers become way tidier when I chain 4 instead of 5 in step 1, and 9 instead of 10 SC in the ring. Maybe because of my tension or something, but I wanted to share 🙂
Thank you for the pattern, it’s lovely!