Saturday, 12 May 2012


Cotton Rose ring 
Pattern by Haylees Hats 

My crochet rose ring

Materials
 2 shades of 100% cotton 4 ply. 1 shade green and other shade rose colour of your choice.
Tapestry needle
scissors
3.00mm Hook
Stitches 
(Written in american terms)
HDC - Half double crochet
Ch - Chain
st - Stitch
Step 1
Starting with a slip knot Ch12 (to make a larger band Ch15)
Step 2
HDC in 2nd ch from hook and each st to end. ( 11HDC) for larger size (14HDC) fasten off leaving a long tail end to sew together the two ends to create a band. Insure you weave in your beginning tail end first.Weave in tail end and break away.
Step 3 (making the rose)
Start with a slip knot CH11
2HDC in 2nd ch from hook and each st to end (20HDC)
coil to make a rose shape and sew together to prevent it from uncoiling. Next sew the rose onto the band at the join (this is where you joined the two band ends together) Once your rose is secured to the band, weave in the end and break away.
Congratulations you have made your beautiful cotton rose ring. Enjoy!
Top Tip!
Keep your tail ends and use this to tie your ring to a card. This will look great as a gift or will look presentable for your customers.
You may sell the rings you make from this pattern. Please put a link with any photos of your ring to this blog pattern. This will help fellow crocheters to find this pattern and any other free patterns I create. This pattern may not be reproduced or sold. It is free and designed and written by Haylee Hibbert of Haylees Hats. 
Thank you.
Photo Tutorial

CH12
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11HDC

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weave in beginning tail end.


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Join the two ends sew together to form a ring.

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Weave in end and break away.
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20HDC

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Coil together to make a rose shape and sew together to prevent it from uncoiling.
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sew the rose to the band, weave in end and break away.
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Top Tip!

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Thank you to all my pattern testers.Thank you Michelle Jones for your quick response. Your ring turned out Lovely. xx


You can also watch a video tutorial by clicking here.

11 comments:

  1. Just Beautiful! The Perfect Mom's Day Present!

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  2. Thank you for you lovely comment, it is appreciated. I will be adding more patterns soon. Kind regards, Haylee

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  3. Beautiful ring, Haylee! Lovely work as always :) I can't wait to make some tiny rosettes!

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    1. Thank you Jenny, your comment is appreciated. I can not wait to see your little rosettes!

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  4. Hi Haylee,
    You have lovely patterns.I made one of the flower rings and my daughter now wants different colors. Its a fun item to make. I belong to the NYC Crochet Guild and I showed your flower ring pattern to our group Admin and I want to ask if it would be alright to use your pattern to teach it to our members at our meeting. I find this would be a great beginners first project. Please let me know if it would acceptible to print the instructions to use in our class.
    You can reach me at myrianprimera@hotmail.com
    Thank you
    Myrian

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  5. Hi Myrian,

    Thank you for your wonderful comment. This has made by day. You are very welcome to print it out and teach from the pattern. What a lovely Idea. It is a good beginner project. I taught my next door neighbour and she loved making these rings.

    Best Wishes,
    Haylee x

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  6. Hi Haylee,

    Juat wanted to say thank you for this beautiful beginners pattern! I found it easy to follow unlike some i've found on the net, i'm looking forward to more patterns

    best wishes
    Ashley
    from Guernsey channel Islands

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    1. Hi Ashley,

      Thank you so much for your reply. I am happy that you found my pattern useful and easy to follow. Well done. Sending love and best wishes from 'sunny' Scotland UK x

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  8. We are producing 100% cotton yarn of several counts ranging from 10/s up to 40/s for

    knitting and weaving.
    cotton yarn from

    Pakistan

    cotton carded yarn exporter in

    Pakistan

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  9. I would love to be able to construct the phenomenally designed ring and show it off to everyone letting them be in awe of the application. Thanx

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