Cosmic Carol Flower pattern and wreath tutorial. 

A while back I designed a star shaped 3D flower pattern. I worked up so many of them I decided to hold of on releasing it until I created a fun wreath to arrange the flowers on.

I have the free pattern below as well as links to the leaf patterns I used. I also included a picture tutorial and how to on how I created the wreath!

Free Pattern:

Cosmic Carol Flower.

6.5 mm hook

Red Heart super saver yarn.


With color 1, Ch4 Slst to join ring

Ch1, 9sc in center. Fasten off

Join With color 2,

In BLO Ch2 (counts as first dc), treble in same sp, dc in same sp

Slst in next sp

Dc,treble,dc in next sp

Slst in next

Repeat til five petals. Ending with Slst in bottom of first petal

Back of flower

Using color 3,

Join with Slst in the back loops of the magic circle.


Skip sp. slst. Ch3 skip sp. Slst.

Repeat around til you have five ch3 sp. Join to same sp you first put a Slst in

Ch1. Turn(this is so the right side of the stitches will show.)

In Ch3 sp and every ch3 sp, sc hdc dc tc ch2, picot, tc dc hdc sc.

Join to first sc with a Slst.

fasten off.

**Large Pumpkin leaf by Crochet Kim

pattern can be found HERE:

**Small leaf from Rose bud and leaf pattern by Petals to picots can be found HERE:

Wreath supplies and assembly:

You will need:

*Pre made Cosmic Carol flowers. I used 12 of them.

*Leaves. I used two Large and five small.

*Hot glue gun and glue sticks

*pins/needles to attach leaves and flowers for placement.

*blank wreath of choice. I up-cycled an old Glitter wreath from Michaels. It was on its last legs so I’d like to think I rescued it haha.

Pin flowers as leaves in desire pattern. One by one glue down flowers and/or leaves. I like to overlap the petals slightly. It’s really up to you on how the desired look and pattern turns out! Have fun! Go wild with it!

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