Field Flowers

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Field Flowers

  • Craft: Crochet
  • Free/Paid: Paid
  • Yarn Weight: Fingering
  • Yarn Base: Oasis Fingering
  • Yardage: 800+
  • Project Type: Shawls/Wraps
  • Difficulty: Advanced
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70” (178 cm) x 17” (43 cm), blocked


Expression Fiber Arts Oasis Camel Silk Fingering yarn

Sample shown in Boda Hues Oasis Camel Silk Fingering.

The sample shown used approximately 1592 yds/1456 m total: Color A: 706 yds/646 m, Color B: 404 yds/369 m, and Color C: 482 yds/441 m.

If those colors aren’t available, any from this category will work.


US size C (2.5 mm), or any size to obtain gauge.


Intermediate to Advanced - For the adventurous crocheter who loves to tackle something a bit more complicated. Skills/concepts include working behind stitches in same direction, assembling, and beading.

Notes from the Designer:

I created Field Flowers as a statement shawl. This design is a perfect fit for an elegant bride walking across a flower field on an outstanding, Spring wedding day or is meant to add that extra bit of elegance to any special occasion outfit.

  • Click the Videos tab to watch a video tutorial showing how to work the flowers featured in this pattern. 
  • Most rows begin with a ssc, which counts as a dc throughout the pattern.
  • Small beads are used to create more texture and interest at the centers of the flowers. Beginning with a sufficiently long starting tail will help to secure the beads before weaving it in.
  • The flowers are worked in the round, always moving in the same direction. However, pay close attention to which side (RS/BACK) the stitches are worked into. Most odd rounds tack chains behind the petals to provide a foundation to work the next round of petals.
  • To avoid an obvious color-block line in the flower portion, alternate as follows: one flower skein A, three flowers skein B. You could also alternate one-one, but the one-three option will leave only one partial skein at the end (as skein B will be entirely used).
  • The leaves are worked in rounds. The only “turn” will be to work back through the same starting chains but in the opposite direction. See diagram.
  • Gauge isn’t crucial, but will affect yardage. Nearly all of Color C will be used. If you are concerned about running out too early, you can remove Rows 9-10 of Part 4. 

Designed by Wardah Mdh

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"Raise your words, not voice. It is rain that grows flowers, not thunder.” – Rumi