CROCHET PATTERNS (Crochet Flower Pattern #9 Gerbera) – 365 Flowers Bouquet Project


Crochet Gerbera Daisy

365 Flower Bouquet Project – PATTERN DIRECTORY,  the landing page of my blog contains links to all the flower crochet patterns I've designed so far.

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Louise has posted a pink gerbera on her page Louise Docker Photography. I love these flowers. Wikipedia says it is the fifth most used cut flower in the world and guess what?… I believe them. Their vibrant coloured petals are contrasting so beautifully against the black middle.



Gerbera Flower Pattern

Gerbera daisy pattern Crochet Gerbera pattern detail INSTRUCTIONS:

Yarn: tapestry cotton thread in colour A= black, colour B=pink

Crochet hook: 2.5mm

Details of components:

–         Lots of petals – pink, long and narrow

–         Black centre.


Centre: Stigma&Stamens Gerbera centre

Start: using A, make 3ch, join with sl st, 1ch

R1: make 8sc in the ring, join with sl st, 2ch

R2: (1sc, 1sc)x8 = 16st, join with sl st, change to B, finish off A

R3: using B, 2ch, (1sc, (1sc, 1sc))x8 = 24 st, join with sl st, 2ch

R4: (1picot, 1sl st in the front side of st)x24 , join with sl st, sl st onto the back side of st

R5: same  Gerbera crochet centre Petals R6: (14ch, turn, 1sc, 1hdc, 8dc, 2hdc, 1sc, sl st behind a sepal) x24, join with sl st. Finish off. Gerbera petals Gerbera petals before ironing

The petals should be straight, so it could do with a bit of ironing…

Crochet Gerbera Flower ready! Gerbera crochet flower top view Gerbera closeup Gerbera pattern detail

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12 Responses to CROCHET PATTERNS (Crochet Flower Pattern #9 Gerbera) – 365 Flowers Bouquet Project

  1. Cathy W. says:

    Thank you so much for these! I just discovered your site and have ‘collected’ all the first 9. They’re really lovely! Good luck!

  2. Helen Wilsher says:

    You are so nice to share. I am 76 years old and still twisting up thread (Crocheting)
    God Bless You and Your Family..

  3. I love your gerbera they are exactly like the flowers I had for my wedding, hot pink with black centres, you are so clever.

  4. Stacy says:

    Thanks for this! How big is the finished flower?

    • Camelia says:

      Hi Stacy,
      the Gerbera flower is 12cm diameter.
      Are you in process of making it? Do you find the pattern difficult?
      I’d love to see a picture when it’s done :-)

  5. Lisa says:

    Thank you so much for this pattern. I’m going to try it directly! Because I love these flowers so much…
    Lovely greetings,

  6. Caro says:

    Thank you for this lovely pattern. I searched in German and found nothing but here I found a lot of lovely patterns. It is now a beautiful flower on a pillow, it´s a gift.

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  8. Marcela says:

    Nice to meet you Camelia! Your crochet flowers are really amazing. You and your work are admirable!.

  9. Ingrid van Agtmael says:

    Hi Camelia,
    Love the gerbera (haven’t looked at the other flowers yet). I AM having a problem with understanding row 5 though. I do understand the tricot and sl st have to be the same as in row 4, but I cannot see where to attach these stitches to – in the back of the flower? I cannot see anywhere, either in the front or the back, where it would be logical to put the stitches of row 6 (do I make any sense, do you understand what I mean? Hope so).
    I’d be grateful if you were able to throw some light on this for me.
    Kind regards,

    • Camelia says:

      Hi Ingrid,

      Row4 and 5 are two rows of stamens worked in pink colour. The sl sts on R4 are worked on the front loops only from previous row. In that way, you can work R5 on the back loops only from R4. After that you’ll start working the petals. I hope the explanation makes sense.

      Happy crocheting!

  10. Claire says:

    Hi Camelia
    Lovely pattern x
    Just reading through it where do u work the petals as R4 & R5 are worked into R3 front and back loops where would the petals be worked into x


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