Crochet Tutorial: How to crochet Irish rose

Posted by Ann Petrov on

The very iconic rose, and probably also very popular rose to make. It is very cute, wide and you can always make bigger and brighter. This rose als has been used lot in Irish lace or irish crochet.

In Ireland you can find wild roses, they are very common rose. The rose what hasn't been cut after blooming and has grown out of its english rose.Irish rose has symbolic meaning in celtic culture. English banned irish to use rose as their symbol, so on 16th century it became patriotic sign what is still used novadays.

how to crochet wild irish rose tutorial with free pattern

Irish rose is very easy to make, needs a little bit technique, so you can always watch video below. In video and method I make slip stitch to close off the chain row, but in chart they use single crochet. Both are fine to use. You can make every row with different colour, also you can use any type of wool. If you want more layers, then you can keep going with layers and adding 2 chains for chain rows every alternative row and 2 double crochets each row. 

YOU NEED:

  • DK wool if you like
  • 3mm or 3.5 mm hook
  • needle and scissors

METHOD:

Row 1: make a slip or magic ring, pick up and chain (ch) 2, now make 7 single (sc) crochet into the ring, pull from another end to close the ring and slip stitch (ss) to around ch 2 space.

Row 2: ch 2 and make 1 half double (hdbl) to same space, then make 2 hdbl to each sc, until you are back at the ch2 space, ss to top of the ch 2.

Row 3: ch 4 and sc to between two hdbl, * ch 3 and sc again between 2 hdbls, repeat from * until you are back at the beginning, ss to ch 1

Row 4: into each chain 3 space make as following: 1 sc, 1 hdbl, 1 dbl, 1 hdbl, 1 sc. Skip the sc space and repeat until you are back at the beginning. Slip stitch to close.

Row 5: work on behind the work: ss to bottom of the sc and then ss bottom of the hdbl and also bottom of the dbl, then * ch 3 and ss to the bottom of the dbl from row 3, repeat from * until you are back at the start, ss around ch 1 space.

Row 6: into each ch 3 space make as following: 1 sc, 1 hdbl, 3 dbl, 1 hdbl, 1 sc, skip the ss space and move straight into next ch space, work around until you are back at the start, ss to ss space.

Row 7: Work behind the petals: ss at the bottom of the work until you are on the second dbl crochet, ch 5 and ss to each of the second dbl crochets of each petal, until you are back at the beginning, ss around first ch 5 space

Row 8: Into each ch 5 space work as following: 1 sc, 1 hdbl, 5 dbl, 1 hdbl, 1 sc, skip the ss space and straight from the start to  next ch 5 space, work around until you are back at the beginning, ss to ss and fasten off invisibly.

CHART:

crochet irish rose free pattern tutorial

VIDEO:

 


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