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Patterns & Instructions
by Happy PattyCrochet
Hyacinth
Skill LevelSkill Needed
Advanced BeginnerCrochet
Introduction
Hello! Here I’ll show you how to crochet and make an elegant Hyacinth inflorescence.
This flowery branch is a favourite spring garden flower and would make a stunning
decor either by itself in a vase, or as a secondary element in an arrangement.
This pattern document includes pattern diagrams, instructions and detailed step by
step photo guides that will show you how to make this Hyacinth.
Enjoy!
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Front Materials
- Cotton thread size #40 (In purples):
- To be on the safe side, plan for a ratio of three 20g balls per 100 mixed blossoms.
- Cotton thread size #40 in Green. Two 20gr will make ~5 Leaves.
- Crochet Hooks in size 0.6mm & 1.0mm.
- Hot Glue.
- Florist stem (for the stem), gauge 24” (for the leaves) , Floral Tape.
- Metal wires in Gauges 0.35” (aka Stringing Wire) at ~12”/30cm per flower.
- Play Dough (See instructions and materials in Appendix B)
Abbreviations
sl-st - Slip Stitch
ch - Chain
sc - Single Crochet
hdc - Half Double Crochet
dc - Double Crochet
tc - Triple (treble) Crochet
qc - Quadruple Crochet trtr - Triple-Treble Crochet
qrtr -
Quadruple Treble Crochet
qrqr - Quadruple quadruple crochet
2-st tc inc - 2 Stitch TC Increase
(2 dc in same stitch)
3-st dc-tc-tc inc - dc followed by 2 tc,
worked in the same stitch yo - Yarn over
sk -
Skip
beg - Beginning
Pattern notes
In this e-book I first show a pattern diagram, and then
the instructions in American Standard Terms (You can see
conversion table for British terms at the end of the e-book).
After that you’ll find photo guides for how to assemble the
flower.
* I apologize for including copyright notices on diagrams - I
have recently found too many cases of my patterns being shared,
hopefully this will help. Thank you for understanding!
Materials note
If you cannot find the right thread – I’m selling thread size #40
& #20 in my Etsy store. Its the same thread I used to make this
Hyacinth. Please feel free to contact me with any questions re -
garding the thread or other materials.
Link: https://www.etsy.com/shop/HappyPattyCrochet?section_id=17647078
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Hyacinth
The Hyacinth inflorescence is made of blossoms and leaves. In this document you’ll
find patterns for 3 different blossoms (different sizes and shapes), which you’ll be
able to mix and match to make your own inflorescence.
Once all elements are prepared, the inflorescence is put together by adding the flow -
ers to a single stem (made of a florist stems).
The left branch in the photo (light purple) above has around 10 small flowers, 10 me-
dium and 15 open flowers (35 in total) , the branch in the middle (purple) has around
10 small, 15 medium and 30 open blossoms (55 in total).
This document first includes patterns and instructions, followed by detailed photo
guides, and finally a guide to how to assemble the inflorescence.
Finished height of the inflorescence is around 4-7”/10-12cm.
Open
Flowers
Close
Flowers
Half-
Open
Leaves
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Hyacinth Flowers
In this pattern you will find diagrams and instructions for 3 flower sizes, each flower
you will be able to shape as open, semi open or close. This will allow you to mix an
match a big amount of combination to make your inflorescence look the most unique
and natural.
A flower is crocheted in a single work and is made of 2 layers, each layer consists of
3 petals. Crocheting the flower is done in 2 steps - first crochet the outer layer, and
than the inner layer.
If you prefer to crochet with a diagram -
I’ve separated the diagram into 4 sub-dia -
grams: First 2 diagrams show the core and
edge of the outer layer, next 2 diagrams
show the core and edge of the inner layer.
Arrows show the direction of work.
The document first shows the diagrams and instructions for the large, medium and
small flowers. Next, you’ll find photo guides to how to crochet the flower, make the
middle and assemble the flower. It is recommended to go through the photo guide
before crocheting.
Step #1: Outer Layer Step #2: Inner Layer
Large Flower Medium Flower Small Flower
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Large Flower - Core Outer Layer
- Slip Stitch (sl-st)
- Direction
- Cut Thread - Double Crochet (dc)
- 2-st sc Increase
- 2-st hdc Increase - Chain (ch)
- Single Crochet (sc)
- Half Double Crochet (hdc)
Stitch Key / Abbr.
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Large Flower - Edge Outer Layer
- Slip Stitch (sl-st)
- Direction
- Cut Thread - Double Crochet (dc)
- 2-st sc Increase
- 2-st hdc Increase - Chain (ch)
- Single Crochet (sc)
- Half Double Crochet (hdc)
Stitch Key / Abbr.
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Large Flower - Instructions
The flower, as mentioned earlier is made in 2 steps. First we
crochet the outer layer, followed by the inner layer to complete
the flower.
Step #1: Outer layer
To crochet the outer layer, first crochet the core of the 3 petals
that make the layer, and than the edge of the petals.
Core: 23 Chains up, sk 1 chain and work in each chain head -
ing back - 22 sc. continue from last sc, 23 chains, sk 1 chain and
work in each chain heading back 22 sc. Again - from last sc,
crochet 23 chains, sk 1 chain, and work in each chain head back
22 sc. Complete the core with a sl-st to beg ch.
Next, we crochet the edge of the petals, working around the
core in each stitch.
Edge: [5 sc, hdc, 12 dc, 2 hdc, sc, sk 1 chain and the stitch at the
top and continue working - sl-st, sc, 2 hdc, 12 dc, hdc, 5 sc],
the first edge of the first petal is finished - repeat [] 2 more
times working each [] in each core element to complete the 3
petals. Complete the outer layer with a sl-st through the middle
of the element (steps 1 & 2 below), next, move the hook to be -
tween the opposite 2 petals (blue arrow to the right) by crochet -
ing 3 chains and sl-st through the middle (see photos below).
Outer layer’s core
Outer layer’s Edge
Step 1 - Hook through the middle Step 2 - YO and pull
through the middle. complete the sl-st Step 3 - Move the hook
by crochet 3 chains Step 4 - Repeat steps 1 &
2 to join the 3 ch to the element between the 2 opposite petals
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Large Flower - Instructions (#2)
Step #2: Inner layer
The inner layer is crochet similarly to the outer layer, starting with a core and finish -
ing with the edge. Only major different is that we’ll join each petal to the outer layer
with a sl-st through the middle (similar to steps 1 & 2 in the photos of the previous
page).
Core: [From last sl-st, 19 chains, sk-1 chain, work in each
chain heading back - 18 sc, join with sl-st through the
middle of the element], repeat [] 2 more times to complete
the core.
Next, we crochet the edge of the petals, working around
the core in each stitch.
Edge: [from last sl-st, 5 sc, 11 hdc, sc, skip 1 chain and the
stitch in the top, sl-st, sc, 11 hdc, 5 sc, join with a sl-st
through the middle], repeat [] 2 more times to complete the edges of the 3 petals.
Inner layer’s core
Inner layer’s Edge
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Medium Flower - Core Outer Layer
- Slip Stitch (sl-st)
- Direction
- Cut Thread - Double Crochet (dc)
- 2-st sc Increase
- 2-st hdc Increase - Chain (ch)
- Single Crochet (sc)
- Half Double Crochet (hdc)
Stitch Key / Abbr.
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Medium Flower - Edge Outer Layer
- Slip Stitch (sl-st)
- Direction
- Cut Thread - Double Crochet (dc)
- 2-st sc Increase
- 2-st hdc Increase - Chain (ch)
- Single Crochet (sc)
- Half Double Crochet (hdc)
Stitch Key / Abbr.
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Medium Flower - Instructions
This flower is crocheted in the same manner as the Large Flower
- starting with the outer layer, crocheting first its core and then
the edge of the petals, and finishing with the inner layer (core
and Edge).
Step #1: Outer layer
To crochet the outer layer, first crochet the core of the 3 petals that make the layer,
and than the edge of the petals.
Core: 18 Chains up, sk 1 chain and work in each chain heading back - 17 sc. continue
from last sc, 18 chains, sk 1 chain and work in each chain heading back 17 sc. Again
- from last sc, crochet 18 chains, sk 1 chain, and work in each chain head back 17 sc.
Complete the core with a sl-st to beg ch.
Next, we crochet the edge of the petals, working around the core in each stitch.
Edge: [4 sc, hdc, 8 dc, 2 hdc, sc, sk 1 chain and the stitch at the top and continue
working - sl-st, sc, 2 hdc, 8 dc, hdc, 4 sc], the first edge of the first petal is finished -
repeat [] 2 more times working each [] in each core element to complete the 3 petals.
Similar to the Large Flower, complete the outer layer with a sl-st through the middle
of the element, and move the hook to between the opposite 2 petals by crocheting 3
chains and sl-st through the middle.
Step #2: Inner layer
Core: [From last sl-st, 15 chains, sk-1 chain, work in each chain heading back - 14 sc,
join with sl-st through the middle of the element], repeat [] 2 more times to complete
the core.
Edge: [from last sl-st, 3 sc, 9 hdc, sc, skip 1 chain and the stitch in the top, sl-st, sc,
9 hdc, 3 sc, join with a sl-st through the middle], repeat [] 2 more times to complete
the edges of the 3 petals.
Fasten off thread.
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Small Flower - Core Outer Layer
- Slip Stitch (sl-st)
- Direction
- Cut Thread - Double Crochet (dc)
- 2-st sc Increase
- 2-st hdc Increase - Chain (ch)
- Single Crochet (sc)
- Half Double Crochet (hdc)
Stitch Key / Abbr.
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Small Flower - Edge Outer Layer
- Slip Stitch (sl-st)
- Direction
- Cut Thread - Double Crochet (dc)
- 2-st sc Increase
- 2-st hdc Increase - Chain (ch)
- Single Crochet (sc)
- Half Double Crochet (hdc)
Stitch Key / Abbr.
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Small Flower - Instructions
Similar to the Medium flower, this flower is crocheted in the same manner as the
Large Flower as well, starting with the outer layer, crocheting first its core and then
the edge of the petals, and finishing with the inner layer (core and Edge).
Step #1: Outer layer
To crochet the outer layer, first crochet the core of the 3 petals that make the layer,
and than the edge of the petals.
Core: 16 Chains up, sk 1 chain and work in each chain heading back - 15 sc. continue
from last sc, 16 chains, sk 1 chain and work in each chain heading back 15 sc. Again
- from last sc, crochet 16 chains, sk 1 chain, and work in each chain head back 15 sc.
Complete the core with a sl-st to beg ch.
Next, we crochet the edge of the petals, working around the core in each stitch.
Edge: [3 sc, hdc, 7 dc, 2 hdc, sc, sk 1 chain and the stitch at the top and continue
working - sl-st, sc, 2 hdc, 7 dc, hdc, 3 sc], the first edge of the first petal is finished -
repeat [] 2 more times working each [] in each core element to complete the 3 petals.
Similar to the previous flowers, complete the outer layer with a sl-st through the
middle of the element, and move the hook to between the opposite 2 petals by cro -
cheting 3 chains and sl-st through the middle.
Step #2: Inner layer
Core: [From last sl-st, 14 chains, sk-1 chain, work in each chain heading back - 13 sc,
join with sl-st through the middle of the element], repeat [] 2 more times to complete
the core.
Edge: [from last sl-st, 2 sc, 9 hdc, sc, skip 1 chain and the stitch in the top, sl-st, sc,
9 hdc, 2 sc, join with a sl-st through the middle], repeat [] 2 more times to complete
the edges of the 3 petals.
Fasten off thread.
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Crocheting the Flower
Step 2 - Skip 1 chain, and work your way back fol-
lowing the pattern diagram/instructions Step 1 - Start the core of the outer layer with a chain
row
Step 5 - And repeat 3-4 to finish the third petal’s core
Step 4 - Repeat step 2 to finish the second petal’s
core Step 3 - Continue to work the core of the second
petal, starting with a chain row
The Hyacinth flower is made of 2 layers,
outer and inner, each layer is made of 3
petals.
To crochet a single flower, first crochet
the outer layer, and then finish the flower
by crocheting the inner layer.
The flower is crochet in a single work.
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Crocheting the Flower
Step 8 - ... and pull through the complete the sl-st
Step 6 - Finish the core of the outer layer with a sl-st
through the beg chain of the first petal Step 7 - ...YO ...
Step 11 - Once the first half of a petal’s edge is fin- ished
Step 10 - ... Follow the instructions crocheting the
edge ... Step 9 - Continue, working in the same direction,
in the stitches of the first petal’s core, to crochet the edge
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Crocheting the Flower
Step 14 - Yarn over, and pull through all loops to
complete the sl-st.
Step 16 - ... And joining with a sl-st through the middle ...
Step 12 - Follow the instructions to complete the 3
petals of the outer layer Step 13 - Finish the layer with a sl-st through the
middle of the element
Step 17 - ... complete the sl-st where the blue arrow in step 15 points
Step 15 - Move the hook to between the 2 oppo-
site petals (blue arrow). Do so by first crocheting 3 chains ...
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Crocheting the Flower
Step 20 - Skip 1 chain and head back working in
each chain
Step 18 - From last sl-st start crocheting the inner
layer Step 19 - Similar to the outer layer, start the petal’s
core with a chain row
Step 23 - Once the core is done...
Step 22 - Pull through the complete the sl-st. From
sl-st, repeat steps 19-21 to crochet the rest of the Step 21 - Join the first petal’s core to the element
with a sl-st through the middle. Hook through the middle, and YO ...
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Crocheting the Flower
Step 26 - Once the layer’s edge is finished
Step 28 - And the flower is finished
Step 24 - Complete the inner layer’s core with a sl-st
through the middle Step 25 - Continue to crochet the layer’s edge, simi-
lar to the outer edge - working in the stitches of the core
Step 27 - Fasten off thread
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Making the Flower’s Middle
Step 2 - Dip one tip of the wire’s in white glue
Step 4 - Insert the wire through the dough and give the ball an elongated shape Material : Stringing wire, play dough in yellow color
and white glue
Step 5 - Make 6 anthers per flower.
Step 3 - Take a tiny ball of play dough (1-1.5mm
diameter)
Each Hyacinth flower has 6 anthers in its
middle, the anthers are small elongated
black-yellow structures. They are made of
play doug, please see Appendix B if you’re
not sure how to make play dough.
Once the play dough is ready, take a tiny
piece, about 1-1.5mm in diameter, and
glue it to a thin metal wire.
I recommend using stringing wire in
gauge ~0.35” and in length of ~2.8”/7cm.
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Making the Flower’s Middle (#2)
Step 8 - Next, we’ll add the anthers through the
middle of the flower.
Step 6 - Optional. To make the Anthers appear
more realistic, apply a bit of brown/black color to them.
Step 10 - Slide all 6 anthers through the hole Step 7 - The Anthers, once done
Step 11 - Slide the anthers until the yellow struc- tures are about 0.4-0.6”/1-1.5cm above the hole
Step 9 - You can make the hole in the middle bigger
with the hook, if its not big enough for all 6 anthers
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Flower Assembly
Step 14 - Next, glue the outer layer to the inner
layer’s petals - similar to the inner layer, the higher
you glue the outer layer the closed the flower would ap p e a r.
Step 12 - Apply a bit of hot glue to the base of the
anthers
Step 16 - View from the top, after all petals gave been glued (half closed flower) Step 13 - And press the inner layer petals against
the anthers, you can choose how open or close you want the flower to be by how to and high you glue the inner layer
Step 17 - A view from the side
Step 15 - Press the outer layer petals against the
glued part
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Flower Assembly (#2)
Step 18 - Wrap the stem with floral tape
Step 18 - A view from the top of 3 different shapes - fully close, close, and half open. Step 19 - And a view from the sideStep 19 - Finished flower
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Hyacinth Leaf
The Hyacinth leaf is thin and long with a flat bottom, its crocheted in the round,
starting with a chain row. The second row is crocheted around a metal wire.
If you prefer to crochet with a diagram - the diagram is separated to 2 sub-diagrams,
the first will show how to crochet a single inner half, while the second diagram is a
full diagram of the leaf.
In the diagrams, arrows show the direction of work, and numbers indicate how many
stitches to crochet (numbers *include* the stitches before and after the arrow).
It is recommended to iron and starch the element prior to assembly.
Important: The leaf is crocheted with 2 threads on hook, All stitches (
apart from sc
and sl-st) are worked between the stitches.
Finished leaf size is ~5.5”/14cm long and ~1.2”/3cm at the widest part.
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Leaf - Pattern diagram
Numbers indicate the
amount of stitches to
crochet. The numbers
include the stitches
before and after.
The Leag is
crocheted with 2
threads on hook.
All stitches (apart
from sc and sl-st)
are worked be -
tween the stitches.
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Leaf - Instructions
As mentioned earlier, the leaf is crocheted the round, starting with a chain row.
Important: The Leaf is crocheted with 2 threads on hook, All stitches (
apart from sc
and sl-st) are worked between the stitches.
Chain Row: 71 chains.
Rnd #1: Skip 1, Ch, hdc, 49 dc, 20 hdc, 2 ch (*), sl-st to beg ch of chain row, 2 ch (**),
and make your way towards the top with 20 hdc, 49 dc, 2-st hdc inc, sl-st to beg ch.
Rnd #2: Ch 1, hdc, 2-st hdc inc, 45 dc, 23 hdc, 2 ch (*), sc under * of rnd #1., sc under
** of rnd #1, ch 2 (**), and make your way towards the top with 23 hdc, 46 dc, 2-st
hdc inc, hdc, sl-st to beg ch.
Rnd #3: Ch 1, 4 hdc, 46 dc, 21 hdc, ch 2(*), sc under * of rnd #2, 2 sc, sc under ** of
rnd #2 (**), continue crocheting heading towards the top – 21 hdc, 47 dc, 4 hdc, sl-st
to beg ch.
Rnd #4: Ch 1, 2-st sc inc, 3 sc, 3 hdc, 44 dc, 20 hdc, ch 2 (*), sc under * of rnd #3, 4
sc, sc under ** of rnd #3, 20 hdc, 45 dc, 3 hdc, 3 sc, 2-st sc inc, sl-st to beg ch.
Rnd #5: Ch 1, 6 sc, 7 hdc, 59 dc, crochet another dc working it under the last dc, dc
under * of rnd #4, 6 dc, dc under ** of rnd #4, and make your way towards the top
with 2-st dc inc, 59 dcs, 7 hdc, 6 sc, sl-st to beg ch.
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Inflorescence Assembly
Step 3 - Wrap all stems tightly with Floral tape Step 1 - Prepare all the flowers
Step 2 - First, we make the stem, the Hyacinth stem is quite thick - so we’ll use three stems
Materials needed for assembly- flowers, leaves,
florist stems, floral tape, paper tape.
To assemble the main branch, we’ll need all the flowers completed, a thick metal wire
(3 florist stems, 15” / 40cm each), floral tape, paper towels and hot glue.
Normally, the lower the flowers are on a branch, the more open they are. At the top,
we normally find fully closed, or semi-open flowers, and as we head down, the flow
-
ers are more open. The more open flowers you use the more open the Inflorescence
will appear.
The branch shown in the photos contains 55 flowers in total - 30 large, 15 medium
and 10 small.
The photo guide is only one example on how to assemble a Hyacinth Branch, use this
example to make your own unique a branch! :)
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Step 6 - And another layer of floral tape Step 4 - Cover all stems with floral tape
Step 5 - Next, wrap a layer of paper towels around
the stem
Step 9 - And a last tight layer of floral tape
Step 8 - Add another layer of paper towels Step 7 - ... but the stem is still not thick enough ...
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Step 12 - Add the first flower to the stem at the tip,
make a hole if needed
Step 10 - Now the stem should be thick enough and
we can move on to add the flowers Step 11 - in nature the Hyacinth stems have a slight
‘S’ shape, bend the stem to give it this shape
Step 14 - Apply hot glue to the stem Step 15 - And insert the stem to the hole
Step 13 - Take a closed small flower, cut its stem to
around 2”/5cm
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Step 16 - Wrap floral tape to cover the hole, don’t
cut the floral tape yet, We’ll use it when we add the rest of the flowers
Step 18 - Fold the tip of the stem slightly Step 17 - Next, we add the first top layer of flower,
made of 4 flowers in total - in here we’ll add closed
flowers to add to this layer. Cut the flower’s stem to around 2”/5cm long
Step 21- And, wrap floral tape to set in place
Step 20 - Add another flower, opposite to the previ-
ous Step 19 - And add the flower, below the flower at
the top. Wrap floral tape around the stem to keep the flower in place
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Inflorescence Assembl )
Step 22 - Continue to add the remaining 2 flow-
ers of the layer, spreading them evenly around the stem.
Step 24 - Wrap floral tape around the stem with each flower Step 23 - Next layer is made of 4 flowers as well, po-
sitioned evenly around the stem and slightly below
the top layer. Place each flower between 2 flowers of the top layer.
Step 27 - Repeat steps 23-26 to add more layers,
adding the flowers of each layer between the flowers of the previous layer (slightly below)
Step 26 - And a view from the side. Step 25 - After all 4 flowers of the layer are added
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Step 28 - And wrap floral tape around each flower’s
stem Step 29 - Half way around, view from the side. the
lower the layers are, make sure the larger and more open the flowers are.
Step 31 - Tightly wrap floral tape around each leaf
Step 30 - Once the Inflorescence is finished. Step 31 - Next, add the leaves. Add the leaves so
their tips only slightly cover the bottom of the Inflo- rescence
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Step 32 - Keep adding the leaves, so they are op-
posite to each other and evenly placed around the stem Step 33 - And the branch is finished :)
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That’s it :) the Hyacinth is finished! Wow a friend or loved one, or brighten-up a
lonely corner. Crochet a few branches and add them as secondary elements to make
the perfect arrangement :)
I hope you enjoyed crocheting this Hyacinth!
If you have any question, please let me know and I’ll do my best to help.
Thanks and enjoy crocheting!
Happy Patty :)
This Pattern is my original and unique design, please do not resell, redistribute, copy or
rewrite this file, its text content or the included patterns/photos.
Feel free to include the finished flower in any project that you want, either for private
use or for sell. If you choose to sell the flower, please include a link to my shop and
credit Happy Patty Crochet as the original designer. Thank you for understanding!
Copyright Notice / Terms of Use
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ch
tc (dtr)
sc through blp
qc-tc Y stitch Cut Thread sc
qc, dtc (ttr)
3-hdc puff Start
sl st
2-st sc inc
2-st sc dec back post sc
back post schdc (htr)
2-st hdc inc
tss v#1 (misc #1)
Chain
Triple Crochet
Sc through back loop only Single Crochet
Quadruple Crochet
Slip Stitch
2 sc in same stitch
2 sc converge to same stitch Half Double
Crochet
2 hdc in same stitch
Variation on Tuni-sian Simple Stitch
dc (tr)
Double
Crochet
3-st hdc inc
3 hdc in same stitch
mr / ml
Magic Ring / Magic Loop
Appendix A
Crochet Symbols and Abbreviations
abbr (UK term)
Short description (if needed)
Crochet Symbol
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Appendix B
Making Play Dough
The Hyacinth flowers anthers are small and
smooth – a texture we cannot achieve with cro -
chet, it will require us to leave the crochet world
and step into the kitchen. We’ll make
the middle from, basically, play dough :)
There are plenty of Play Dough tutori -
als online, here I’ll include mine (which
was used for this blossom). You’ll need
(enough for ~100-150 flowers) :
- Corn starch (corn flour), ~2 table
spoons.
- Baby oil, ~2 table spoon.
- PVA glue (White glue), ~2 table spoons.
- Yellow Acrylic color.
First, we’ll mix & knead the corn starch, baby oil and the white glue together - until
the mixture becomes a soft, non-sticky, non-crumbly smooth dough.
Next, we’ll apply a bit of color and continue kneading until the dough fully absorbs
the color. Finally, we’ll use the dough to make the middle parts. Follow the photo
guide below for a complete tutorial :
Step 1 - Add 2 Spoons of Corn starch to a small bowl. Step 2 - Make a hole in the middle of the starch,
and add the oil and glue to it.
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Appendix B
Making Play Dough (#2)
Step 5 - Mix and apply pressure with the spoon,
do not knead yet, as the dough is too sticky at the beginning.
Step 3 - Add a table spoon of Baby Oil.
Step 4 - And a flat table spoon of white glue.
Step 8 - And, if its breaking, add more glue (don’t add big amounts, only a little bit).
Step 7 - If the dough is too crumbly, or too sticky.
add more oil. Step 6 - Occasionally feel the dough, and once it is
not too sticky, start kneading it (clean your hands!)
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Appendix B
Making Play Dough (#3)
Step 10 - Keep kneading, until the dough feels soft,
none sticky and very smooth.
Step 9 - Your hands will become dirty - that’s a good
sign!
Once the dough is ready. Add bit of yellow color to the dough to give it the needed
shade. Keep kneading, and add more color if needed, until the dough is consistently
smooth and yellow-ish.
Now, we’re ready to move on and make the flowers middle part.
The amount of dough that we’ve just made, is enough for 100-150 blossoms. You
can keep the dough for a long time as long and its in a sealed environment (prefer -
ably in a plastic bag, to prevent it from sticking).
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Appendix C
Tall Stitches
Tall stitches are any stitch above triple (treble) crochet. While triple crochet, and
maybe even its taller brother quadruple crochet, are common - anything taller than
that, is quite rare. I use them mostly when delicate shaping is required while main -
taining a level of bending flexibility and smooth appearance.
I will distinguish stitches here by the amount of yarn overs needed to make them -
for example, to make a double crochet, you need to do a single yarn over, before you
work in the loop and pull through. This can also be seen in the double crochet’s sym -
bol, which includes a single dash in its middle, marking the single YO.
What about the rest? Let’s cover here some tall stitches:
Triple (treble) Crochet (tc) - 2 Yarn overs.
Quadruple (double-treble) Crochet (qc) - 3 Yarn overs.
Triple-Treble Crochet (trtr) - 4 Yarn overs.
Quadruple-Treble Crochet (qrtr) - 5 Yarn overs.
Quadruple-Quadruple Crochet (qrqr) - 6 Yarn overs.
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