Bubbie’s Flower Bookmark – A Free Crochet Pattern

Happy National Crochet Month! Today is my stop on the Tour through Crochet Country blog tour. To celebrate, I’m sharing a free crochet pattern today.

When I was young, my Bubbie (grandmother) would make flower bookmarks out of bits of yarn. She passed away a long time ago, and unfortunately, I don’t have any of the bookmarks she made. This is my best guess reproduction of her bookmarks.
free crochet flower bookmark pattern
Materials:
I used a G/6 4.00mm crochet hook and DK weight yarn*. Feel free to use whatever yarn you have on hand and the appropriately sized hook.

Guage:
Gauge is not critical.

Pattern:
Ch 40, or until ch is approximately 8 inches long.

Rnd 1: (2 dc, ch 2, sl st, petal made) in 3rd ch from the hook, (ch 2, 2 dc, ch 2, sl st, petal made) 3 times in same chain as first petal, end off.

Weave in the end, or use it to attach a pretty bead or button to the center of your flower.
stitch diagram crochet flower bookmark
Abbreviations:
Ch = chain
Dc = double crochet
Rnd = Round
Sl st = slip stitch

About Lindsey

Crochet & Knit Designer behind PoetryinYarn.com, Math Teacher, Mom
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4 Responses to Bubbie’s Flower Bookmark – A Free Crochet Pattern

  1. It’s very cute – what a delightful memory of your Bubbie! My Nan used to make crochet bears (this was way before amigurumi was hot).

  2. Amy Shelton says:

    Lindsey, thanks so much for being a fabulous stop on our blog tour!

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