How to Crochet the Flower Stitch - Stitchorama by Naztazia - Crochet Koozie

NEW Videos Wednesday! Hi I'm Donna Wolfe from Naztazia Today I'll show you how to crochet the flower stitch. This is a cute stitch pattern that resembles flowers, such as rose buds and tulips. It works great for blankets, scarves, shawls, and anything that needs some bright and colorful flowers! I'm using a worsted weight yarn, mostly odds and ends from my Red Heart Super Saver stash. And a size H 5 mm hook. I'm using an off-white color, hot pink, and a green yarn. Stitches used in this video include the chain, single crochet, double crochet, a V stitch comprised of double crochet stitches with a chain 1 in between, as well as a 3 double crochet puff stitch. There are several color changes, so be sure to check out two of my other important videos, including how to weave in ends and how to change colors. I hope you enjoy! You can find the written pattern at: How to Weave in Ends: How to Change Colors: Please click on the red SUBSCRIBE button to get notified of brand new videos from Donna Wolfe from Naztazia! Or click here to automatically subscribe: Want to post photos of your work You know you do! Share what you made on the Naztazia Facebook page: Other social media links: Website: Facebook: YouTube: Ravelry: Pinterest: Google+: Instagram: Help me translate this video into other languages: #naztazia #reviewsbysarah Pattern, text, photos, video © 2019 Naztazia® Music written and performed by Donna Wolfe