The lilac is such a beautiful flower and I love it especially for its amazing fragrance. Lilacs bloom only for a couple of weeks during spring at the same time as we celebrate Mother’s Day.
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The lilac also is my mom’s favorite, so I designed these small crochet lilac flowers to embellish a Mother’s Day card.
A card with lilac flowers is perfect not only for Mother’s Day but also for birthdays.
If you know somebody who celebrates their birthdays during a lilac blooming season or somebody who just loves lilacs – make for them this beautiful card with crochet lilac flowers!
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Lilac Flower – Free Crochet Pattern
The pattern for this crochet Lilac Flower is also available as a print-friendly, styled and advertisement-free PDF file.
The instructions also include the pattern for the Cherry Blossom and Dogwood Flower. 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
DC – double crochet
Rnd – round
SC- single crochet
Sl St – slip stitch
St (Sts) – stitch (stitches)
Materials and hooks:
- Aunt Lydia’s cotton crochet thread size 10, color – purple
- Aunt Lydia’s cotton crochet thread size 10, color – wood violet
- Aunt Lydia’s cotton crochet thread size 10, color – golden yellow
- crochet hook size 8/1.5 mm
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Lilac flower is about 1” in diameter.
Make a magic ring,
Rnd 1. (Ch 3, DC in ring, Ch 3, Sl St in ring) – 4 times. Close the ring, but do not tighten it up. You will need to be able to insert the hook into the ring when working on next Rnd.
Rnd 2. (Ch 3, SC in top of DC of previous Rnd, Ch 2, SC into same top of DC, Ch 3, Sl St in the ring) – 4 times. Close the magic ring tightly. Fasten off.
Center: using yellow color thread about 6” long, make a knot in the middle, bring the thread ends to the back side through the center of the flower leaving the knot on the front.
Your crochet lilac flowers are complete, now you can embellish with them your Mother’s Day card!
In addition to crochet lilac flowers, you also can embellish your card with beads, buttons or whatever you would like.
I used for my card tiny 6 mm heart-shaped buttons.
I hope you enjoyed this pattern for the crochet lilac flowers and Mother’s Day card!