Bienvenue dans notre magasin En savoir plus

Nouveaux éléments ajoutés ! Apprendre encore plus

Achetez 3 puzzles, obtenez le 4ème GRATUITEMENT ! Achetez maintenant

Expédition forfaitaire de 99 ¢ sur les commandes de 39 $ ou plus

Maintenant jusqu'au 13/05/24. Expédition aux États-Unis uniquement.

How to Crochet a Rose

Roses, with their bright red or pink hues and lush petals, are always a welcome sight. They do a great job adding a blush of color anywhere they’re placed and envelope the whole space with feelings of love and romance. If only they didn’t wilt, then we could always carry a rose with us anywhere we went.

But roses don’t have to be real to bring color into your life. Crochet roses work just as well. You can sew them onto your clothes to add a touch of personality or use them to decorate your home or office. They even make wonderful gifts to friends and loved ones.

In this article, we’re going to show you how easy it is to crochet a rose. We provide step-by-step instructions and tips to customize and finish your project.

Materials Needed

To crochet a rose, you will need the following materials:

● A ball of yarn in your preferred rose color, whether red or dark pink. Worsted-weight yarn works best.

● A crochet hook that’s suitable for your yarn weight. For worsted-weight yarn, use size 9 (3.5 mm).

● A thin wire.

● A rubber-coated flex wire for the rose’s stem.

● Optional: Floral wrap or tape to coat the wire for the rose’s stem.

● A tapestry needle to weave in the ends.

● A pair of scissors.

● A wire cutter.

Crochet Stitch Refresher

A crochet rose uses three basic stitch techniques: a double crochet stitch (dc), a single crochet stitch (sc), and a slip stitch (sl st). Get yourself familiar with them before you begin your project.

Double Crochet Stitch

To create a double crochet stitch:

1. Yarn over then insert the hook into the next stitch. Yarn over once again and pull up a loop.

2. Yarn over then pull through two loops on the hook.

3. Yarn over again, pulling through both loops on the hook.

Single Crochet Stitch

A single crochet stitch is done by:

1. Inserting the hook into the next stitch, yarning over, and pulling up a loop.

2. Yarning over again and pulling through both loops on the hook.

Slip Stitch

To work a slip stitch, insert the hook into the next stitch, then yarn over, pulling through both the stitch and the active loop on the hook.

Crochet Rose Pattern

A crochet rose is created by working with several individual petals, which you will later connect together to create a single rose. You can make anywhere from six to eight petals or create more to yield a larger, voluminous rose.

Each petal is made with two rounds of double crochet stitches. followed by a round of single crochet stitches. The last round is worked around a piece of wire, allowing you to fold and shape the petals and gather them to create a rose.

Round 1: Create a magic ring and chain three stitches to make one double crochet. Work 15 more double crochet stitches all around the first double crochet. After, create a slip stitch to join the last double crochet stitch with chain three.

Round 2: Chain three stitches and double crochet into the same stitch. Create two double crochet stitches for each remaining stitch in the round. This will yield 32 double crochet stitches. Create a slip stitch to join the last double crochet stitch with the top of chain 3 in the round.

Round 3: Cut out a piece of wire long enough to go around the petal. Make a loop at one end of the wire to prevent the stitches from falling off. Going back to your petal, chain 1 to create a single crochet.

Create two single crochets in the next stitch, and then position the wire behind your hook. Then work one single crochet in the next stitch. The wire should now be inside your stitches and worked with your yarn. Follow with two single crochet stitches and then one single crochet stitch. Repeat this alternate pattern until you reach the end of the round.

Pull the wire to even out the ends and reshape the petal. Join the stitches in the third round with a slip stitch. Fasten off and twist the ends of the wires together. This will be attached to the stem later.

Finishing and Assembly

To finish the petal, weave in the ends with a tapestry needle, working inside the stitches. Cut the excess off. Repeat the process from rounds 1 to 3 to create more petals.

When you’ve made all of your petals, it’s time to assemble the rose. Take your flex wire and cut it to your desired length. Grab one petal and wrap the wires around the stem.

Curl the petal on itself to create the bud. Do the same for each of the petals, positioning them in a counterclockwise motion with the ends overlapping. Open up all the petals, curling them back to create a good shape for your rose.

If preferred, you can coat the stem with floral wrap or tape. Just wrap the tape around the stem from end to end, making sure it overlaps itself for a clean and realistic appearance.

Variations and Customizations

No two roses are one and the same — and this should also be true for your crochet rose. Make it your own by incorporating personal touches into your project. You can add to the pattern by making crochet leaves to attach to your stem. Or add more petals to create a larger rose with more volume.

The biggest way you can customize your rose is by playing around with different colors. Use shades of pink and red and create an ombre effect or try more unconventional color combinations like white and Fuschia! If you want, you can even add some beads or other embellishments to dazzle up your rose according to your tastes.


A crochet rose allows you to enjoy the beauty that lasts. It’s incredibly easy to make and can be customized according to your unique personal style. Feel free to get creative with this project and create a range of unique roses to decorate your home, style your outfits, or give as gifts to family and friends.