Crochet Rose Ring Tutorial

I made another rose ring today, and I thought Id write a tutorial, so you can make one too.

Crochet Rose RingIt really is a very quick project!

Using yarn of your choice and a corresponding hook, chain 17. Double crochet in the fifth chain from the hook. Chain 1 DC into the same stitch. *Skip 1 chain, DC, Chain 1, DC int the next stitch*, repeat across your chain- you should end up with 7 DC-chain 1-DC pairs.

Crochet Rose RingTurn your work. Chain 3, DC 5 times, ss into the first chain 1 space. Sc into the next space.

DC 6 times, ss into the next chain 1 space. Sc into the next space.

DC 7 times, ss into the next chain 1 space. Sc into the next space.

DC 7 times, ss into the next chain 1 space. Sc into the next space.

DC 8 times, ss into the next chain 1 space. Sc into the next space.

DC 9 times, ss into the next chain 1 space. Sc into the next space.

DC 10 times, ss into the next chain 1 space. Sc into the last space. Fasten off leaving a long end.

Crochet Rose RingRoll up your rose, starting with the smallest petals in the middle and finishing with the largest petals on the outside.

Crochet Rose RingSew your rose together securing all petals using the long end.

Crochet Rose RingCrochet leaves, to do this all I did was join a green yarn and chain 10 then slip stitch it back into the starting chain, repeat for as many leaves as you like.  Tie your ends together, and then weave all ends in.Crochet Rose RingI brought a pack of rings from spotlight for about $4, they have a large surface with holes which makes them perfect for crochet embellishment.Crochet Rose Ring

Using a small needle and thread sew the rose to the ring:

Crochet Rose RingThat’s it, all done!

Crochet Rose RingIf a ring is not your thing, this would also make a nice brooch (not too big), or hair tie.  I made one for Maia, simply sew the rose securely to the hair tie before you weave in your ends.

Crochet Rose RingCute! A hair tie…

Crochet Rose RingOr a ring…

Rose ring crochetHave a rosy rest of your weekend!
Janette xoxo

41 thoughts on “Crochet Rose Ring Tutorial

  1. warezgarden says:

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  2. Leslie says:

    Hi I love this project … a great way to use up those leftovers that I can’t seem to part with … I am having some trouble finding the rings … any suggestions? Thanks so much!

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    • Janette says:

      Hi Leslie, I got mine at Spotlight which is a craft store here in NZ, but if you are elsewhere there are loads online which could be shipped, they don’t weigh much do I don’t imagine it would be expensive. Try Etsy or just google for ring blanks. Hope that helps! Janette

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      • Leslie says:

        Yes of course … why didn’t I think of that!! Thanks for the advice … found them and a few other things at ARTON BEADS in Toronto … Leslie

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  3. Beth says:

    Small pony tail holders can make a good base if you can’t find the metal ring. Or chain a loop the perfect size for your finger.

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  4. Martha Wegner says:

    I love both, ring and ponytail holder. I will make them for my 3 granddaughters. The ponytail holder can be used for napkin holder. I’m having my family over for Easter and I will make some with Easter colors with Easter napkins that found at the Dollar Store, they will look beautiful! Thank you sooooo much. My email is marthawegner@yahoo.com

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  5. Marthaw says:

    I love the ponytail tie and ring. You can also use the ponytail tie for napkin holders. I will make some for Eastet with spring colors and they will look beautiful! Thank you sooo much .

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  6. Martha wegner says:

    I love the ponytail tie and ring. You can also make napkin holders. I will make some for Eastet with spring colors. Thank you sooo much!

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  7. Josee says:

    Using yarn of your choice and a corresponding hook, chain 17. Double crochet in the fifth chain from the hook. Chain 1 DC into the same stitch. *Skip 1 chain, DC, Chain 1, DC int the next (SHOULD SAY SAME) stitch*, repeat across your chain- you should end up with 7 DC-chain 1-DC pairs.

    Ive tried this over and over and realized that I felt bad because I had to leave a constructive comment. However all the people that commented before me have said they were “going to try this” rather than actually accomplishing it. You cannot get 7-DC-chain1-DC pairs without putting them into the same stitch.

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