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Sunflower Pattern

Updated: May 8

Here's a fun pattern for those that prefer flowers that last forever!

I honestly can't keep a plant alive to save my life. I definitely prefer amigurumi flowers. The following is a list of all you need to make your very own sunflower!


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  • Yarn [weight: medium (4) 100% acrylic] or any comparable yarn will work just as well:

    • Green

    • Brown

    • Yellow

  • Hook: 2.5 mm

  • Tapestry needle

  • Scissors

  • Polyester fiberfill

  • Wire

  • Wire cutters

  • Paper tape


  • R - row/round

  • MR - magic ring

  • SC - single crochet

  • HDC - half double crochet

  • DC - double crochet

  • TR - treble crochet

  • Inc - increase

  • FO - finish off

  • Ch - chain

  • Sl st - slip stitch


Pattern is worked in continuous rounds.

Pattern written in U.S. terminology.

I place my marker on the last stitch of the round.

Finished size: 11" long.

Let's begin!


With green, ch 10. Sc, hdc, 2 dc, tr, 2 tr, tr, 2 dc, hdc, (sc, ch 1, sc) in last stitch. Turn, hdc, 2 dc, tr, 2 tr, tr, 2 dc, hdc, sc, sl st, ch 1. Sl st down the middle. Ch 6, FO.



R1: With green, MR6

R2-42: 6 sc. Add leaf after round 30.

R43: inc - 12 to form the base.

R44: 1 sc, inc - 18

R45: 2 sc, inc - 24, FO.

Prepare wire and insert into the stem.

If making for little ones or if you just want to leave the wire out, just stuff the stem firmly as you go so it doesn't flop over.

Sunflower Base

R1: With brown, MR6

R2: inc - 12

R3: 1 sc, inc - 18

R4: 2 sc, inc - 24, FO.

Sunflower Base

Flower Petals

Place brown base over green base with right side facing you. Attach yellow yarn and crochet through both brown and green base.

Ch 2. DC, TR in the same stitch. In the next stitch, TR, DC in the same stitch. ch 2, sl st. Repeat for a total of 8 petals. Stuff with polyester fiberfill before completing the final 2 petals.

You're Finished!

Completed Sunflowers!

That was super easy, barely an inconvenience! (If you get the reference PLEASE comment below!)

Thank you!

Thank you very much and happy crocheting! If you have any questions, need help, or just want to provide feedback, please post a comment below.

Be sure to share your work! #daygabrielcrochet

You are welcome to sell any items made from the use of this pattern. Please give credit to @daygabrielcrochet. No wholesale.

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* Do not sell, change or claim this pattern as your own. *

Designed by Annie Gabriel of DAY Gabriel Crochet™.

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