CROCHET PATTERNS (Pattern #58 Clematis Brachiata) – 365 Flower Bouquet Project


Clematis brachiata, also known as Traveller’s Joy is a deciduous climber bearing masses of small scented white flowers between February to May. It is one of the only four varieties which are native to South Africa.

The name is derived from the Greek klema meaning a vine and the Latin brachiatta meaning branched at right angles. The name refers to the angle the branches come off from the stem. The flowers have 4 pointed sepals and a big puff of yellow stamens in the centre.


Clematis Brachiata Crochet Pattern

Clematis Brachiata

Crochet Clematis Brachiata

How to Crochet the Clematis Brachiata Flower?

Crochet Yarn

  • crochet cotton #5 colour A = white
  • embroidery cotton colour B = yellow.

Crochet Hook

  •  2mm steel hook.

Details of components

  • 4 pointed white sepals surrounding a big puff of yellow stamens.

Crochet Pattern


Start: using A loop the yarn 12 times over the tips of two fingers. 

Sepals (4pcs.)

Start: using A and 2mm hook, make 6ch, join in ring with sl st, 1ch,

R1: (1sc in the ring, 10ch, 1sl st in the 3rd ch, 1sc, 1hdc, 4dc, 1hdc) x4 = 4 sepals. Make 1 sl st in the first sc. Finish off colour A.


Turn the sepals on WS, so that the sepals will curl downwards.

Pull the stamens through the sepals’ ringand secure them at back of ring. Slit the loops open and spread the stamens. Colour the tips of the stamens with an orange/brown marker.


This is it!  The Crochet Pattern for the Clematis Brachiata Flower is ready!

Crochet Clematis Brachiata  Clematis Brachiata crochet flower

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Until tomorrow, I wish you all: Happy Crocheting!


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