Free Pattern: Pride Rainbow Flower Amigurumi

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Free Pattern: Pride Rainbow Flower Amigurumi

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June has arrived, which means two things – summer and Pride Month! To celebrate, I decided to create this cute little rainbow flower. The pattern is quick and easy, and includes instructions to add a keychain so you can carry it around all year. Or you could make a little bouquet of them as a gift! For now I just made a flower in the rainbow Pride flag colours, but I’m planning on making some in other Pride flag colours too – just like my Pride Flag Amigurumi Hearts.

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two crocheted flamingos sitting against a white background. One of the flamingos is holding out a crocheted flower to the other flamingo. The flower has rainbow-coloured petals and a happy face.

Feather the Flamingo is celebrating Pride Month by giving a rainbow flower to her girlfriend. Awww… Don’t they look cute together? 🙂

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Pride Rainbow Flower Amigurumi Pattern

Decorate your house for Pride Month with a bouquet of these cheerful rainbow flowers! This flower pattern is quick and easy to make, so you can whip up a mini garden in no time. You can also add a keychain and carry your flower with you every day!

Skill Level

Beginner

Finished Dimensions

Approx. 5″ tall

Supplies Needed

Optional Keychain:

Terms & Abbreviations

All details below are based on US crochet terms.
 
  • Mc: Magic Circle
  • Ch: Chain
  • Sl: Slip Stitch
  • Sc: Single Crochet
  • Inc: Increase
  • Dec: Decrease – I recommend using the Invisible Decrease

Pattern Notes

You will be working in a continuous spiral throughout. Use a stitch marker and do not join rounds or turn (unless otherwise stated).
 

When reading the pattern, (_,_)*x means that you repeat the instructions in the bracket “x” number of times. For example, (Sc 1, Inc)*6 means to repeat (Sc 1, Inc) 6 times. The number in brackets at the end of each row is the total number of stitches you will have when you finish that row.

Pattern Instructions

Middle of Flower

Using light yellow:
 

Round 1: Sc 6 in a a Magic Circle

Round 2: Inc*6 (12)

Round 3: (Sc 1, Inc)*6 (18)

Round 4: (Sc 2, Inc)*6 (24)

Round 5: (Sc 3, Inc)*6 (30)

Rounds 6-7: Sc around (30)

Round 8: (Sc 3, Dec)*6 (24)

Insert safety eyes between Rounds 3 & 4, approx. 5-6 stitches apart.

Round 9: (Sc 2, Dec)*6 (18)

Round 10: (Sc 1, Dec)*6 (12)

Begin stuffing the flower.

Round 11: Dec*6 (6)

Finish stuffing the flower, then finish off and weave in the ends.

Cut a length of black yarn and embroider on the mouth.

Petals (Make 6)

I made one petal each in red, orange, yellow, green, blue, and purple. You can use any colours you prefer, though!

Using petal colour:

Round 1: Sc 6 in a Magic Circle

Round 2: (Inc, Sc 2)*2 (8)

Round 3: (Inc, Sc 3)*2 (10)

Round 4: (Inc, Sc 4)*2 (12)

Round 5: (Inc, Sc 5)*2 (14)

Rounds 6-7: Sc around (14)

Round 8: (Dec, Sc 5)*2 (12)

Round 9: (Dec, Sc 4)*2 (10)

Finish off, leaving a long end – do not close up the hole. Weave in the end from Round 1 (the tip of the petal). Stuff the petal.

Stem

Using green and stuffing as you go:

Round 1: Sc 8 in a Magic Circle

Rounds 2-22: Sc around (8)

Finish off, leaving a long end – do not close up the hole. Weave in the end from Round 1 (this will be the bottom of the stem). Finish stuffing the stem, but leave the top couple of rows unstuffed.

Leaf

Using green:

Round 1: Sc 6 in a Magic Circle

Round 2: (Inc, Sc 2)*2 (8)

Round 3: (Inc, Sc 3)*2 (10)

Rounds 4-5: Sc around (10)

Round 6: (Dec, Sc 3)*2 (8)

Round 7: Sc around (8)

Round 8: (Dec, Sc 2)*2 (6)

Round 9: Sc around (6)

Finish off, leaving a long end – do not close up the hole. Weave in the end from Round 1 (the tip of the leaf). Stuff the leaf.

Assembling the Flower

Pin the petals around the middle of the flower. I recommend pinning all 6 in place before sewing any of them down, so you can make sure they are situated as you want them. Make sure there is a small gap between the bottom two petals. It doesn’t need to be as wide as the stem (which will be sewn on behind the petals), but you want a bit of a gap so the stem isn’t covered by a petal. Once you’re happy with the positioning of the petals, sew them into place.

Flatten the end of the stem and pin it to the back of the flower. Sew into place.

Finally, pin the leaf to the bottom of the stem and stitch in place. Finish weaving in all ends.

Read on if you’d like to make your flower into a keychain, otherwise you’re done!

a small crochet flower with a light yellow middle, black plastic eyes and a smiley face. There are 6 solid-coloured petals arranged in rainbow order: red, orange, yellow, green, blue, and purple. The flower is being held up against a white background
back view of a small crochet flower with a light yellow middle and a green stem with a small leaf. There are 6 solid-coloured petals arranged in rainbow order: red, orange, yellow, green, blue, and purple. The flower is being held up against a white background.

Optional: Adding a Keychain

To create a yarn loop for attaching the keychain:
 
Using preferred colour: Ch 11, then Sc into 2nd Ch from hook and Sc into the remaining 9 stitches (10)

Cut the yarn, leaving a long end.

The keychains I purchased consist of a split ring attached to a chain, and a separate open jump ring.  If you have something similar, follow my instructions for attaching an open jump ring to your flower.

If you have a keychain where the jump ring is already closed and can’t be easily opened, then skip to my instructions for attaching a closed jump ring to your flower.

If you have an OPEN jump ring on your keychain:  

Join the yarn into a loop and stitch it securely to the flower. To attach the keychain, insert the open jump ring through the chain of the keychain and then through the yarn loop you just made. Use pliers to close the jump ring tightly.

If you have a CLOSED jump ring on your keychain:

Do not sew the chains into a loop or stitch it to the flower yet. First, run the yarn through the jump ring. Then you can go ahead and sew the yarn into a loop and stitch it securely to your flower.

a hand holding a rainbow-coloured crochet heart and a small crochet flower with a light yellow middle, black plastic eyes and a smiley face. There are 6 solid-coloured petals arranged in rainbow order: red, orange, yellow, green, blue, and purple. The flower and heart are being held up against a background of greenery

My Pride Flower and my Pride Heart hanging out in my garden. 🙂 Grab my Pride Heart pattern here!

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If you have any questions about this pattern, please don’t hesitate to comment below or email me. And if you made your own Pride Rainbow Flower I would love to see a picture on Instagram! Make sure to tag me so I don’t miss it, @waywardpineapplecreations.

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