Sunny Day Sunflower Bowl / Container

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Sunny Day Sunflower Bowl / Container Pattern


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Crocheting: Sunny Day Sunflower Bowl / Container
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details







Skill Level:

little skill level requirement Novice

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • single crochet
  • back loop only
  • slip stitch
  • magic ring or chain 2 method

Pattern Description:

Need a flower to brighten your day or do you know someone who needs a flower. Then here is the perfect project to make. Very easy and fun to do. Imagine all the different colors you could make this.
4 ply worsted weight yarn
Bowl (I used Warm Brown in Red Heart Yarn) approx. 180 yards
Petals (I used Cornmeal in Red Heart Yarn) approx. 208 yards
G hook
Yarn needle
A very little amount of Poly fill stuffing (or your choice of stuffing) To stuff the petals if you want. I didn't in my but you can.
Stitch marker or small scrap of yarn

Stitch explanation:
(sc) single crochet
(ch) chain
(sc2tog) 2 sc together
(2sc) 2 sc in one sc
(F/O) fasten off
() repeat between
(BLO) back loop only
(sl st) slip stitch
Magic ring instructions

Please feel free to ask me any questions

I used Red Heart Yarn but you can use any 4 ply yarn you would like.


  • G hook
  • yarn needle
  • stitch markers or scrap of yarn

Suggested yarn:

350 yards of Worsted weight

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Red Heart

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About Designer

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by crochetingmom
Florence, Colorado
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I have been happily married of over 27 years. I am a mother of 5 (2 girls and 3 boys) who loves to crochet, sew and hangout with my family. I have a herd of dachshunds who owns us. (You never own a dachshund they own you). I love to try new projects and invent new ideas. My husband and kids are my inspiration.
Crocheting is my therapy when life starts getting crazy ( which is 99% of the time) I ...

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