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Crocheted rose is one ot the most distinctive elements of irish crochet lace. And since the ICL is passing through the second boom of popularity, it is becoming popular motive even on regular knitting and crochet projects.
And mostly in ICL it can be fitted into hexagonal mesh motive like n this blouse
We will be crocheting this rose, but with small corrections: pattern is for 8 petals, and I'll make only 6
I've used Violet or Maxi yarn, but you can use any 10 size thread and 1 mm hook crochet.
To begin, make 5 chain stitches and make a circle with a slipstitch into a first chain. Do 4 chains
and *1 treble into a circle1 ch * make ** 5 times. Finish a row with a sls into the 3rd chain. We have a 6 ray weel
For the petals, work over the chains between trebles of a previous row in following pattern: 1 dc, 3 tr, 1 dc for each petal. Slipstitch at the end of a row
Once we finished the first set of petals, time to start a second layer. Just like with a first one, we need to make base loops for them. We'll be using a wrapping stitch. Insert the hook from the right side of a flower
and turn our work to the wrong side
make a dc and 3 chains. DO the same for other 5 loops
Petals are done in the following order: 1 dc, 5 trebles, 1 dc
Keep on working on other layers, increasing in each row chains by 1 chs and 2 trebles for petals. make as many layers as you need, and once work is done, leave about 4 inches thread and cut it. Fix the spare end inside the rose with a tapestry needle. We have a classic irich crochet rose done!