Tulips: THE hallmark of spring and of the Netherlands! After I finished a crocheted jar-cover for my children, I also wanted hook one for myself. Well, I wanted to redo the cover again to check the pattern and then I thought ‘I’m going straight for a crocheted jar for myself’.  On  Pinterest  I had already seen a nice stitch in a blanket that created such cute flowers. I wanted to use those flowers – they look like tulips (or even like roses) –in this pattern for a crocheted jar-cover. I want to share the crochet pattern for free,  so that you can also crochet such nice tulips  and get some spring in your house!

Necessities

  • crochet hook 5mm
  • leftover stylekraft special DK
  • Leftover (cotton) yarn for the tulip
  • small Olvarit jar (4 months snack)
  • stitch marker
  • darning needle
  • scissors




Pattern

Crocheted a pot:

Crochet with needle 5mm and stylecraft special DK color white as follows:
Make a magic ring. Crochet the pattern in rounds

Row 1. Hook 7 single crochet (SC) into the ring.
Row 2. Crochet 2 single crochet in each stitch = 14 single crochet (SC)
Row 3. * 1 single crochet(SC), 2 single crochet (SC)in 1 stitch * repeat from * – * until the end of the row = 21 single croc het (SC)
Row 4. * 2 single crochet(SC), 2 single crochet(SC) in 1 stitch * repeat from * – * until end of the row= 28 single crochet (SC)
Row 5. * 3 single crochet, 2 single crochet(SC) in 1 stitch * repeat from * – * until end of round = 35 single crochet(SC)
Row 6. Crochet 1 single crochet(SC)= 35 single crochet(SC)
Row 7. Crochet in the back loops, in each stitch 1 single crochet(SC)= 35 single crochet(SC)

Row 8 to 14. Crochet 1 single crochet(SC)= 35single crochet(SC)
In the last stitch of round 14 you attach a new color to the last strike: green

Row 15. Crochet 2 chain, skip 1 stitch and * crochet 1 half double crochet (HDC)1 chain 1 half double crochet (HDC)in the same stitch, skip 2 stitches *
Repeat from * – * until the end of the row. In the base of the beginning of 2chain, work 1 slipstitch (sl.st.), 1 chain.
Now take both the current thread and the new color on top of the first crocheted stitch. From here you go crochet with the color pink.

Row 16. make a chain of 4, crochet between the 2 half double crochet (HDC) of the previous row 4 double crochet (DC), the first one does not finish completely.
You do this as follows: pick up your thread, insert, pick up your thread, pick up your thread and pull the thread through 2 loops, pick up the thread and pull the thread through 1 loop, now you have 1 not completely finished double crochet (DC) .
Now work 2 more double crochet (DC) as usual, hook 1 double crochet (DC), but with your last cancellation, you now also pass through the last loop on your needle. You have now 4 double crochet (DC) in 1 stitch.
You can crochet a cluster of 4 double crochet (DC) between every 2 half double crochet (HDC) from the previous row (where the 1 chain is) as described above.
When you have arrived at the beginning of 4 chain, you have to crochet between the last 2 half double crochet,  3 double crochet as described (change from color back to white) and slipstich (sl.st.) in your start 4 chain. This now counts as a double crochet (DC)

Row 17. hook 2 chain = 1st single crochet (SC), * hook on the 4 cluster stick 1 single crochet (SC), hook between the clusters on the 2 chain, 2 single crochet (SC) *
Repeat from * – * until the end of your row = 35 single crochet (SC)

Row 18. * Crochet 2 single crochet(SC) together, crochet 5 single crochet(SC) * repeat from * – * until the end of the row
= 30 single crochet (SC)

Row 19. * Crochet 2 single crochet (SC) together, crochet 4 single crochet (SC) * repeat from * – * until the end of row
= 25 single crochet (SC)

Row 20 and 21. Crochet 1 single crochet(SC) = 25 single crochet (SC)

I hope you like the pattern and maybe you will also crocheted a pot! Also nice as a gift for example the teacher, who can use a number of pens and pencils! But what you do with it, I will not decide for you 😉

Love,
Zusjeknus

 

5 Comments

  1. Wat een ontzettend leuk tulpenpotje. Heel erg mooi.
    Bedankt voor het patroon.
    Fijne vrijdag.

    Lieve groetjes,
    Emily
    (casacreaemilia.blogspot.nl)

  2. Mooi, zo’n potje! En altijd bruikbaar hé. Ik vind alle bloemen mooi, maar roze bloemetjes zijn het allermooist 🙂

    • oow echt he! Momenteel staan er weer zoveel mooie roze bloesem boompjes… zucht! Prachtig!

      Dankjewel! Xxx

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