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Crochet Ribbon Rose Pin

These are super easy, use just a tiny bit of ribbon yarn and whip up in minutes!



  • small amount of ribbon yarn (about the size of a golf ball)
  • crochet hook "H"


Chain 100 loosely. Starting in 2nd chain from hook, single crochet (sc) in each chain (ch) across. Turn. Chain 1, skip 3 sc, pull up a loop in 4th sc, draw yarn through both loops. Skip 3 sc, pull up a loop in 4th and draw yarn through both loops (basically a single crochet), across to end. Fasten off.

Starting at one end, coil about 1 inch into a circle for center "bud". Coil remaining strip around bud. Tack in place with matching thread or yarn. Put a pin on the back.

I really like the look of these for attaching to cardigans, bags, scarfs, etc. They are adorable attached to hair elastics, as well. Hope you have fun!

By joynchocolate from Landisville, PA

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September 9, 20100 found this helpful

What a great idea!
You could even use more then one ribbon if not enough of one.


How about adding beads? Or even using mod podge on them and even putting some glitter on them.
Thanks for the great pattern.

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February 24, 20110 found this helpful

I made several of these for my co-workers for Christmas! They loved them!

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