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Rose Garden Stitch – FREE Crochet Stitch Tutorial

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The Rose Garden Stitch is a beautiful flower crochet stitch perfect to use for lots of different crochet projects. 

Use it as a border on a crochet project or make a full project featuring it. 

I’ve personally used in the Rose Garden Blanket Square

 

Let’s dive into the stitch tutorial! 

 

Rose Garden Stitch - FREE Crochet Stitch Tutorial

 

FOR THIS TUTORIAL I USED:


 

ABBREVIATIONS:


  • CA = color A
  • CB = color B
  • ch = chain
  • ch-5-space = refers to the space created by chains previously made
  • dc2tog = crochet together 2 double crochet stitches
  • dc3tog = crochet together 3 double crochet stitches
  • dc5tog = crochet together 5 double crochet stitches
  • prev = previous
  • sc = single crochet
  • sk = skip
  • st = stitch(es)

 

NOTES:


  • This pattern is a multiple of 6 stitches. Add 4 for base chain. 
  • Color A is cut after each odd row & then reattached on the beginning of the next odd row. 

 

STITCHES YOU WILL NEED:


CROCHET TOGETHER 2 DOUBLE CROCHET STITCHES:

Written description: *Yarn over, draw up a loop from place given, yarn over, pull through 2 loops*, repeat from *to* 1 time, yarn over, draw through all loops on hook. 

 

CROCHET TOGETHER 3 DOUBLE CROCHET STITCHES:

Written description: *Yarn over, draw up a loop from place given, yarn over, pull through 2 loops*, repeat from *to* 2 times, yarn over, draw through all loops on hook. 

 

CROCHET TOGETHER 5 DOUBLE CROCHET STITCHES:

Written description: Yarn over, draw up a loop from place given, yarn over, pull through 2 loops, repeat from *to* 4 times, yarn over, draw through all loops on hook. 

 

TECHNIQUES YOU WILL NEED:


CHANGING COLORS:

When changing from one color to another, you’ll never finish the stitch with the color you where working with.

Do all the steps of the stitch, then leave the last step unworked. Yarn over with the color for the next st & pull yarn through.

Repeat this every time you change colors to make the color changes look beautiful.

 

ROSE GARDEN CROCHET STITCH WRITTEN TUTORIAL:


NB! Photo tutorial further down on this page! 

 

With CA ch a multiple of 6 + 4.

 

Row 1 (RS):  With CB: dc2tog in the 6th ch from hook, with CA: ch 5, with CB: dc2tog in same st as last dc2tog, with CA: ch 2, sk 2 st, sc in next st, *with CA: ch 2, sk 2 st, with CB: dc2tog in next st, with CA: ch 5, with CB: dc2tog in same st as last dc2tog, with CA: ch 2, sk 2 st, sc in next st*, repeat from *to* until end of row, cut CA, turn. 

Row 2 with CB: ch 4, sk 2 st, dc2tog in next dc2tog from prev row, ch 2, dc 1 in prev dc2tog, sc in next ch-5-space, *ch 2, dc5tog placed as following: 1 around prev st, 2 in top of each of the next 2 dc2tog from prev row, close dc5tog, ch 2, dc in prev dc5tog, sc in next ch-5-space*, repeat from *to* until last ch-5-space, ch 2, dc3tog placed as following: 1 around prev st, 2 in top of next dc2tog from prev row, close dc3tog, turn. 

Row 3: With CB: ch 2, dc 1 in dc3tog from prev row, *with CA: ch 2, sc 1 in next sc from prev row, ch 2, with CB: dc2tog in next dc5tog from prev row, with CA: ch 5, with CB: dc2tog in same st as last dc2tog*, repeat from *to* until there’s half a rose left, with CA: ch 2, sc 1 in next sc from prev row, ch 2, with CB: dc2tog to in dc2tog from prev row, cut CA, turn. 

Row 4 with CB: Ch 5 st, dc5tog placed as following: 1 in 3rd ch from hook, 2 in top of each of the next 2 dc2tog form prev row, close dc5tog, *ch 2, dc 1 in prev dc5tog, sc in next ch-5-space, dc5tog placed as following: 1 around prev st, 2 in top of each of the next 2 dc2tog from prev row, close dc5tog*, repeat from *to* until last dc2tog from prev row, ch 2, dc in prev dc5tog, dc in first dc2tog from prev row, turn. 

Row 5: With CA: ch 3, with CB: dc2tog in middle of flower from prev row, with CA: ch 5, with CB: dc2tog in same st as last dc2tog, with CA: ch 2, sc in next sc from prev row, *with CA: ch 2, with CB: dc2tog in middle of flower from prev row, with CA: ch 5, with CB: dc2tog in same st as last dc2tog, with CA: ch 2, sc in next sc from prev row*, repeat from *to* until end of row, turn. 

*last sc is made in ch from beg of prev row. 

Repeat row 2 to 5 until project is desired size. 

 

 

ROSE GARDEN CROCHET STITCH – PHOTO TUTORIAL:


Please note that this photo tutorial does not cover ALL STEPS, but is created to help you get through the written instructions. 

 

ROW 1:


Rose Garden Stitch - FREE Crochet Stitch Tutorial
Step 1: With CB: dc2tog in the 6th ch from hook.

 

Rose Garden Stitch - FREE Crochet Stitch Tutorial
Step 2: With CB: dc2tog in the 6th ch from hook

 

Rose Garden Stitch - FREE Crochet Stitch Tutorial
Step 3: With CB: dc2tog in the 6th ch from hook

 

Rose Garden Stitch - FREE Crochet Stitch Tutorial
with CA: ch 5

 

Rose Garden Stitch - FREE Crochet Stitch Tutorial
Step 1 : with CB: dc2tog in same st as last dc2tog

 

Rose Garden Stitch - FREE Crochet Stitch Tutorial
Step 2: with CB: dc2tog in same st as last dc2tog

 

Rose Garden Stitch - FREE Crochet Stitch Tutorial
with CA: ch 2, sk 2 st, sc in next st

 

Rose Garden Stitch - FREE Crochet Stitch Tutorial
After repeating steps & finishing row 1.

 

ROW 2:


Rose Garden Stitch - FREE Crochet Stitch Tutorial
ch 4, sk 2 st, dc2tog in next dc2tog from prev row

 

Rose Garden Stitch - FREE Crochet Stitch Tutorial
Shows how it should look after following the steps, see next photos for more details.

 

Rose Garden Stitch - FREE Crochet Stitch Tutorial
ch 2

 

Rose Garden Stitch - FREE Crochet Stitch Tutorial
Part 1: dc5tog placed as following: 1 around prev st

 

Rose Garden Stitch - FREE Crochet Stitch Tutorial
Part 2: 2 in top of each of the next 2 dc2tog from prev row

 

Rose Garden Stitch - FREE Crochet Stitch Tutorial
Part 3: 2 in top of each of the next 2 dc2tog from prev row

 

Rose Garden Stitch - FREE Crochet Stitch Tutorial
close dc5tog

 

Rose Garden Stitch - FREE Crochet Stitch Tutorial
ch 2, dc in prev dc5tog

 

Rose Garden Stitch - FREE Crochet Stitch Tutorial
sc in next ch-5-space

 

Rose Garden Stitch - FREE Crochet Stitch Tutorial
How it should look after finishing row 2.

 

ROW 3:


Rose Garden Stitch - FREE Crochet Stitch Tutorial
With CB: ch 2, dc 1 in dc3tog from prev row

 

Rose Garden Stitch - FREE Crochet Stitch Tutorial
with CA: ch 2, sc 1 in next sc from prev row

 

Rose Garden Stitch - FREE Crochet Stitch Tutorial
ch 2

 

Rose Garden Stitch - FREE Crochet Stitch Tutorial
Part 1: with CB: dc2tog in next dc5tog from prev row

 

Rose Garden Stitch - FREE Crochet Stitch Tutorial
Part 2: with CB: dc2tog in next dc5tog from prev row

 

Rose Garden Stitch - FREE Crochet Stitch Tutorial
with CA: ch 5

 

Rose Garden Stitch - FREE Crochet Stitch Tutorial
with CB: dc2tog in same st as last dc2tog

 

Rose Garden Stitch - FREE Crochet Stitch Tutorial
with CA: ch 2, sc 1 in next sc from prev row

 

ROW 4:


Most of these steps are already familiar from row 2, but here’s how row 4 starts: 

Rose Garden Stitch - FREE Crochet Stitch Tutorial
Ch 5 st, dc5tog placed as following: 1 in 3rd ch from hook, 2 in top of each of the next 2 dc2tog form prev row, close dc5tog, *ch 2, dc 1 in prev dc5tog, sc in next ch-5-space

 

Rose Garden Stitch - FREE Crochet Stitch Tutorial
Here’s how it should look after finishing row 4.

 

ROW 5:


The steps should be familiar now. 

Rose Garden Stitch - FREE Crochet Stitch Tutorial
Here’s how it should look after finishing row 5.

 

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4 thoughts on “Rose Garden Stitch – FREE Crochet Stitch Tutorial”

  1. There seems to be a problem with row 3: There is a *to* clause in the description to indicate a repeat is coming, but no repeat clause is included.

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