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leaf sprout crochet tutorial

The leaf sprout crochet pattern can be used in various ways to add decorative elements to your crochet projects. Here are some examples of how you might use this pattern:

  1. Appliqué:
    • Attach the leaf sprouts to other crochet projects as appliqués. You can sew or crochet them onto blankets, scarves, hats, or bags for a natural and whimsical touch.
  2. Garland or Bunting:
    • Make multiple leaf sprouts and string them together to create a garland or bunting. This can be a lovely decorative piece for celebrations, parties, or as everyday decor.
  3. Jewelry:
    • Create smaller versions of the leaf sprouts and turn them into earrings, pendants, or even a unique bracelet. Use fine thread or yarn for a delicate and lightweight accessory.
  4. Coasters or Mug Rugs:
    • Combine several leaf sprouts to form a circular pattern, and you have a beautiful coaster or mug rug. This can add a touch of nature to your dining or coffee table.
  5. Home Decor:
    • Sew or attach the leaf sprouts onto throw pillows, pillowcases, or wall hangings to enhance the overall aesthetic of your home decor.
  6. Gift Embellishments:
    • Attach a leaf sprout to a gift package as a decorative element. It adds a handmade and personal touch to your gift presentation.
  7. Seasonal Decor:
    • Choose yarn colors that match the seasons (e.g., green for spring, red and orange for autumn) and use the leaf sprouts to create seasonal decorations for your home.
  8. Hair Accessories:
    • Incorporate small leaf sprouts into hairpins, headbands, or hair ties for a nature-inspired hair accessory.

Feel free to experiment with colors, sizes, and arrangements to suit your preferences and the specific project you have in mind. The versatility of the leaf sprout pattern allows for creativity and customization in various crochet applications.

leaf sprout crochet pattern
Crochet tutorial leaf sprouts

Here’s a written tutorial for crocheting a leaf sprout. In this tutorial I used dk weight yarn, and 3.0mm crochet hook.

You’ll Need:

  • Yarn (DK weight, any color that tickles your fancy)
  • 3.0mm crochet hook
  • Stitch marker
  • Yarn needle


ch: chain
sl st: slip stitch
sc: single crochet
hdc: half-double crochet
dc: double crochet
tr: treble crochet


  1. Prepare Yarn:
    • Measure approximately 50cm of yarn.
    • Make a slip knot 50cm from the end of the yarn.
    • Insert the crochet hook.
  2. Chain 10
  3. Create First Half of the Leaf:
    • Start from the 2nd chain from the hook.
    • Work the following stitches into each chain: sl st, sc, hdc, dc, tr, dc, hdc, sc, sl st.
  4. Repeat for the Second Half:
    • Use the same pattern to complete the other half of the leaf.
    • Do not cut the yarn after completing the second leaf.
  5. Make Second Leaf:
    • Continue chaining 10 and follow the same pattern to create the second leaf.
    • After finishing the second leaf, chain 1 and slip stitch across the middle of the leaf.
    • Place a stitch marker at the end of this slip stitch.
  6. Connect Leaves:
    • Without cutting the yarn, release the stitch marker.
    • Insert the hook, chain 15.
    • Start from the 10th chain from the hook, slip stitch in the back loops only.
  7. Finish Off:
    • Fasten off and cut the yarn.
    • Use a yarn needle to weave in any loose ends.

For a visual guide, watch the video tutorial on how to make a leaf sprout crochet.

Remember to adjust the chain length and stitch count based on your preference and the desired size of your leaf sprout. Enjoy your crochet project!

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