3D Crochet Flower Granny Square



Pretty pink puffy petals! I’ve come up with a large 3D Crochet Flower Square that would make a gorgeous stand-out piece in a granny square afghan and it was created specifically for the Moogly CAL!  Thank you Tamara for the opportunity to be one of the designers this year! The flower portion is not as complicated as it may look. The entire pattern is made up of chains, SC, and DC stitches plus I have a detailed photo tutorial in addition to the written pattern. There are so many color combinations you could use! Can’t wait to see what you come up with!

3D Flower Granny Square


  • Size I Crochet Hook
  • Lion Brand Vanna’s Choice Yarn in
  1. Eggplant (purple)
  2. Raspberry (pink)
  3. Fern (green)
  4. Beige
  • Tapestry Needle

SC = Single Crochet
DC = Double Crochet

Finished Square 12×12. May need light blocking. If you’re square comes out smaller than 12x 12 you can continue to add another round or two of SC stitches.


Magic ring, chain 1 and make 8 SC in ring, join, chain 2

Round 2: 2 DC in each stitch around, join and attach pink yarn.

Round 3: chain 3, skip one stitch, join with slip stitch, chain 3, skip one, join with slip stitch, repeat around, join in original sl st. You should now have 8 chain spaces

Round 4: Slip stitch into chain-3 space, * chain 2 + 2 DC + chain 2 and join with slip stitch in same space; slip stitch into next chain-3 space and continue from * around. You should now have 8 petals. Fasten off and weave in ends.

Round 5: Attach green yarn to back loop of any skipped stitch from Round 2. (the purple loop behind any pink petal – see photo tutorial below). Chain 3, slip stitch to join to purple loop under next petal, repeat around. Join to bottom of first chain 3. You should now have 8 chain spaces.

Round 6: Slip stitch into first chain-3 space, * chain 2 + DC + chain 3 and slip stitch in first chain of the chain-3 + DC + chain 2 and join with slip stitch all in the same chain-3 space, slip stitch into next chain space, repeat from * in each chain space. You should now have 8 green leaves. Fasten off and weave in ends.

Round 7: With green yarn, attach to chain space at top of first leaf, chain 6, SC to join to tip of next leaf, repeat around. Join to bottom of first chain 6, Fasten off and weave in ends.

Round 8: With beige yarn, attach to first chain 6 space, *make 6 SC over chain space, chain 1 (to skip over leaf tip), 3 SC + chain 2 + 3 SC in next chain space (this is your corner), chain 1; repeat from * around. You should have 4 corners and 4 edges. Join to your first SC, chain 2

Round 9: DC in each stitch around (including a DC over the chain-1 spaces from previous round), make a DC + chain 2 + DC in each of the corner chain 2 spaces. Join to first DC, chain 2.

Round 10: DC in each stitch around making a DC + chain 2+ DC in each of the chain-2 corner stitches. Join to first DC, attach pink yarn and chain 1

Use yarn colors in this order for rounds 11-15: Pink, purple, green, purple, pink

Round 11-15: SC in each stitch around making a SC + chain 2 + SC in each of the chain 2 corner stitches. Join to first SC, chain 1. Chain 1 additional on Round 15 only.

Round 16: With beige yarn DC in each stitch around making a DC + chain 2 + DC in each of the chain-2 corners, join, chain 1

Round 17: SC in each stitch around making a SC + chain 2 + SC in each of the chain-2 corners, join to first SC. Fasten off and weave in ends.


Round 2:


Round 3:



Round 4:

FlowerSquare_Rd4 FlowerSquare_Rd4_2

Round 5 (back of flower shown):

FlowerSquare_Rd5 FlowerSquare_Rd5_2

Round 6:


Round 6 (back):


Round 6 (front):

Round 7:

FlowerSquare_Rd7 FlowerSquare_Rd7_2

Round 8:

FlowerSquare_Rd8 FlowerSquare_Rd8_2

Round 9:


Round 10:


Round 11, 12, 13:



Finished Square:



Big thanks to Veronica for translating the pattern to French. CLICK HERE to download the French translation.
Also thanks to Karen Walker for testing out the pattern and making some tech edits!

This is block #2 in the 2016 Moogly CAL. See more on this project HERE.

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  1. Mel says

    This website contains links to a virus which was installed on my Mac. It is a tape snake virus. I think it came from one of your pop up advertisers.

  2. Kari says

    Your square was really fun to make! Thank you so much for sharing and being part of the CAL! I love seeing others’ crochet talent and creativity <3

  3. Katherine says

    Hi Sarah,
    Would it be possible to add this square to Raverly so those of us who like to thoroughly document their CAL adventures can add it to their MooglyCAL2016 Afghan project? Thanks so much!!! Also, your owl hat was my VERY first crochet project and got me hooked 😉

  4. says

    Sarah, I was looking around sites and saw your Moogly CAL Flower square, it’s gorgeous! Looked around your site and found it interesting. I think I’ll join my first CAL. I was wondering if you’re doing the whole quilt or just the one square? I was hoping to use the colors you chose, if that’s okay with you, with maybe a lavender to bring them all together, or a dark green. What do you think? Thank you for your time and attention. Sincerely, Jen

  5. megan Weilacher says

    Sorry to ask but does the chaining at. The beginning of the rounds (like round 2 for example) count as a stitch?

  6. Carol Collier says

    I have just started crocheting again after many many years. I just stumbled on this CAL project and am trying to catch up. I haven’t even finished this square, but I have to tell you, I love this little flower. I made mine with a dark brown middle with yellow petals. I will probably use a beige for the main part of the square. So cute. Thank you!

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