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Flower Fall (Knit and Crochet Now! Season 4, Episode 402)

Oct 07, 2013 24 Comments by

Flower Fall

Design courtesy of Premier Yarns Design Team

Supplies Needed:

•  Premier Deborah Norville Serenity Garden fine (sport) weight microfiber yarn (2 1/4 oz/185 yds/64g per ball): 3 balls #DN800-05 mountain heather
•  Size E/4/3.5mm crochet hook or size needed to obtain gauge

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24 Responses to “Flower Fall (Knit and Crochet Now! Season 4, Episode 402)”

  1. says:

    Clearly something is not right with the video or is it the pattern???…..they do not match up on row 2 of the flower. I tried both examples of instructions on the pattern & the video. Pattern calls for 3 dc for the cluster and totally different instructions than the video…….the video on TV calls for treble crochets, ch-5, scfp, ch-5. I like the video best because it is easier and the pattern comes out resembling more of a dimensional flower. The pattern flower looks starved of nutrients.

  2. CustomerService says:

    Here is the corrected description of the cluster stitch:

    Cluster (cl): Holding back last lp of each st on hook, 3 tr as indicated in instructions, yo, pull through all lps on hook.

    We’re in the process of updating the pattern instructions with this information.

  3. Sherry says:

    I’m online at your website now. How can I view the video for Flower Fall pattern?

  4. csearcher says:

    1 how do you connect the 2nd flower- make it first?
    2 how do you get to the next row?

    In the pattern notes, “join” is mentioned twice.

    You probably see that I’m a beginner but maybe I’ll be able to make it!

  5. Julie says:

    The corrected description of the cluster stitch still doesn’t match the description that was given on the show. Also, I was very disappointed in the show because the instructions stopped where many less experienced crocheters actually need the help to continue to make the scarf. This would be a great pattern for someone to learn joining if there were good instructions in the pattern. But a newbie can’t get from the first motif to the end product of a beautiful scarf with the instructions that are given. Instead of being a pattern that provides a new inroad into the wonderful world of crochet, this pattern serves to discourage learning a new technique and prevents members from being successful in their crochet journey. You can do better than this!

  6. Tina says:

    I am really lost on this project..

  7. Tina says:

    Finally got it right so proud of myself!!!!!

  8. Sharon says:

    Tina, what did you do? I’m a pretty experienced crocheter and these instructions still don’t make a bit of sense to me.

  9. Mary says:

    If I understand the instructions correctly, you make all the flowers individually, then attach them when you are done. Am I right?

    I am also having problems with the pattern for the flower. I watched the video on the television show and then tried to do it, but my flowers have rounded petals and the picture shows a pointed petal.

  10. Tina says:

    Sharon which part do you need help with

  11. Tina says:

    I joined the flowers using the chain 3 join stitch as I worked the scarf. And where it states to sc in next st I sc around the postof next st it gave a 3 D effect to fflower…

  12. CustomerService says:

    “Make 74 flowers, attaching flowers as you go with sl st following cluster on touching petals according to diagram.”

    After making the first flower, slip stitch in the appropriate petal (see diagram) and then begin the next flower. Continue attaching with slip stitches and creating new flowers to form the scarf, referring to the diagram for the petal you should attach to as you make new flowers.

    • csearcher says:

      I’m still not clear – after you make the first flower, you have to make another one and then connect it according to the diagram, don’t you?

      I should then continue to create the flowers and attaching them with slip stitch, referring to the diagram for the petal you should attach to as you make new flowers. ( the reverse of the above). This is the only solution I could come up with.

  13. Laurel Pedri says:

    After forming the ring, the pattern notes indicate the first chain 5 counts as the first double crochet and chain two. What does the chain 6 equate to in Round 2?

    In Round 2, is it correct to chain 5 and single crochet after making the cluster and then chain 4 after making the cluster? Seems uneven.

  14. Catherine says:

    Do you have a pattern for the wall hanging shown on the wall for Episode 402 (and others) Thanks

  15. Kathryn says:

    saw this on TV and it didnt look too hard, but am completely lost on this website. How can I find the TV episode again? Kathy

  16. csearcher says:

    Please explain how you connect the flowers. 1 slip stitch doesn’t secure the 2 + flowers very well. Would love to know.

  17. CustomerService says:

    We’ve made a few additions and corrections to the pattern and will be posting a new PDF soon. In the meantime, here are the additions and corrections.

    Cluster (cl): Yo twice, insert hook as indicated in instructions, yo, pull lp through, yo, pull through 1 lp on hook, [yo, pull through 2 lps on hook] twice, leaving last lp on hook (2 lps on hook), *yo twice, insert hook in same ch sp as last st, yo, pull lp through, yo, pull through 1 lp on hook, [yo, pull through 2 lps on hook] twice, rep from * once, yo, pull through all 4 lps on hook.


    Rnd 2: Ch 5, [cl (see Special Stitch) in next ch-2 sp, ch 4, fpsc (see Stitch Guide) around next st, ch 5] 5 times, cl in next ch-2 sp, ch 4, fpsc around beg ch-2 of rnd 1, join in first ch of beg ch-5. Fasten off.

    Make 74 Flowers, joining Flowers as you go by sl st into cl on adjacent Flower according to diagram after finishing corresponding cl in rnd 2.

  18. csearcher says:

    finally, the corrections make sense. Suggest next time compare instructions to video / show. Now, I have to redo what I’ve done. thanks.

  19. csearcher says:

    As pretty as this scarf is, I’m 1/2 done, the weight of the yarn pulls on the single connecting slipstitches thru out. After all this work, it may fall apart or rip. There are too many loose ends – 2 per flower. X 74. More thought should have gone into the design.

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