I love having some kind of plant life around, but this time of year I’m just waiting for everything to bloom. In the meantime, I keep some small artificial plants in these cute little crochet flower pots. It’s perfect if you want something decorative but low maintenance. You can get artificial flowers of all kinds, from the smallest budget up to silk flowers. They’re easy to transport from home to the office etc.

This free written pattern includes two sizes, basic and mini. If you would like the PDF printable version, it’s available for purchase on my Etsy and Ravelry shops. Hope you enjoy, happy crocheting 🙂

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Materials

Stitches used & code

  • ch = chain
  • st = stitch(es)
  • sc = single crochet
  • csc = center single crochet *crochet between the lags of the single crochet stitch in the previous row

Here’s the video tutorial for these flower pots

Notes: Place the stitch marker into the first stitch when you start new round.

Gauge unblocked: 6.5 st x 7.5 rows = 4″

Sizes and measurements

Mini size : 2.13″ tall x 7.38″ around/circumference ( 10 yards of yarn )

Bigger size : 2.66″ tall x 14.76″ around/circumference ( 30 yards of yarn )

Mini size pattern

Round 1 : make a magic ring, 6 sc into the ring space. Total of 6 st

Round 2 : 2 csc into each st around. Total of 12 st ( check picture below )

Round 3 – 6 : 1 csc into each st around. Total of 12 st

*If you want taller pots just keep adding more round/row

The end of round 6 cut the yarn and weave all end. Put the stones and the flower in the pot and you’re done. Congratulations on your mini pot!

Basic/bigger size pattern

Round 1 : make a magic ring, 6 sc into the ring space. Total of 6 st

Round 2 : 2 csc into each st around. Total of 12 st ( check picture below )

Round 3 : 2 csc into each st around. Total of 24 st

Round 4 – 8 : 1 csc into each st around. Total of 24 st

*If you want it taller just keep adding more round/row

The end of round 8 cut the yarn and weave the end. Put the stones and the flower in the pot and you’re done. Congratulations on your basic/bigger pot!

Congratulations, you did it! I’d love to see everyone’s work. if you want to share with me, just tag me on FB or IG. Happy crocheting!

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