*** edit to the original pattern and cuz I tried to make one and it looked so funny i thought i better check the patter and sure enough...Here it is straig from the site and it looks much better when you do it right
ch 4 leaving a tail 3-4 inches. Join with sl st to form loop.(Ch 3, Sc 1 into loop) 4 times.Ch 3. Join with sl st to base of first ch 3. (You now have five petals.Fasten off, leaving a tail 3-4 inches.Using the two tail ends, attach flower to garment. Pull both ends up to the front of the flower through the center. Knot. Trim ends to approximately 1/4 inch. Fray ends to fluff the center of the flower.Jo McClelland said:
updated by @izzy-licious: 02/05/15 10:12:49AM
that seems pretty simple, I'm definitely going to try that
Thanks!! Izzy-licious said:
i found an awesome really easy pattern for simple little flowers I added one on my new hat I made but used twine instead of warn so it is a different texture
start with your slip knot on your hook but make sure you have a 3 inch tail.
chain 4 and join using a slip stitch.
chain 3 and join to original chain in the first chain with a slip stitch.
chain 3 and join to original chain in the second chain with a slip stitch.
chain 3 and join to original chain in the third chain with a slip stitch.
chain 3 and join to original chain in the fourth chain with a slip stitch.
tie off final stitch and cut leaving a 3 -4 in tail again. I worked my 2nd tail across so that it was opposite my first tail. * you use the tails to attach it to the work you are putting the flower on. I will try to make some pictures of this today! :D