Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Veined Leaf ~ Free Crochet Pattern

Here's a simple pattern for creating a pretty Veined Leaf. You can also follow along with a complete YouTube tutorial. That video can be found here: How to Crochet a Veined Leaf

Veined Leaf Pattern

chain 10 leaving 8” beg tail
Side 1: working in back loops of beginning chain, 3 dc in fourth st from hook, dc in next 3 sts, hdc in next st, sc in next st, sl st in last st, ch 1, sl st in ch just made (leaf point made)
Side 2: working down the other side of the beginning chain in the front loops, sl st in next st, sc in next st, hdc in next st, dc in next 3 sts, work 3 dc in next st, join with sl st to top of beg ch 3

Stem: chain 4, sl st in second st from hook and in next two sts. sl st to next dc, finish off weaving in all loose ends


noelani said...

I've been struggling for a way to make a leaf that I really like and this is it! I love the way you end up with a neat chain around the outside on both sides, and the sharp point on the end. Thanks!

Dee Doutel said...

thanks for this pattern [as well as your zinnia & scarf]!!

just wanted to let you know that there's a glitch on the youtube video for this leaf pattern ... it stops at 1:58 so the last 4 mins. can't be watched. :(

Jenn said...

Thanks, I'll check into that video. :D

Gearhart Gang said...

Thank you for the pattern, can you believe I actually used it as an "ear" for my reindeer. :) I'll be sure to post back to your pattern on FB!

cathyspeakslewis said...

Thank you so much for this lovely little leaf. I will be making dozens of them!

Anonymous said...

Thank you so much! Great pattern & super easy to follow. First time trying a crochet leaf & it was a success!

Anonymous said...

... :O I can now finally finish the Oddish I have been working on for years! I've NEVER been able to find a leaf pattern that I liked. >_< But this is so cute! ♥ Brilliance!

Lee Ann said...

This looks like a terrific leaf pattern. Thank you very much! :)
Lee Ann H
Crochet...Gotta Love It! Blog
Crochet...Gotta Love It! Website (crochet names and rosary patterns)

Angela Skees said...

Thanks for the pattern! Was perfect (without the stem) for the Spock ears I needed for my project.

Anonymous said...

I have been searching for a leaf pattern for my rememberance poppy's and I have found it. many thanks for the pattern :)

Anonymous said...

Thanks so much for the pattern. Wish it had come up first when I searched :-D ! Now I can finish the roses for granddaughters slipper.

cynh said...

I love the look of this leaf! However, I am having problems with the end of row 1. I do the ch 1 and then I am suppose to slip stitch in the ch1. When I do that I can not seem to pull it thru the chain left on my hook help???

Jenn said...

Hi cynh, Maybe you could try making your ch a little looser. Also, go through the back loop of the chain. Another thing you could try is switching to a smaller hook just for the sl st.

Hope this helps,


Michelle (The Beartwinsmom) said...

What size crochet hook do you use for this?

Jenn said...

Hi Michelle, The most important thing is to use a hook that is appropriate for the weight yarn you have chosen. If you are working with worsted weight, an H or I would work well. If you are using a sport or DK, go a little smaller like a G.

Jenn :D

Anne Hamilton said...

How generous of you to share the pattern for this beautiful leaf. How pretty they would be also in fall colors, adorning a little hat for an autumn baby!


Coraleen Charles said...


lorna j. osborne said...

Thank you for this darling pattern, and such correct instructions! I have a pumpkin candy holder that I made, and was searching for a leaf that was as easy as it was cute! I love this pattern!!

lorna j. osborne said...

I love this leaf!! Adoreable and super simple. Is perfect on my pumpkin candy containers im crocheting, thank you!!

Unknown said...

No me es posible entender ppt o pb ?!😘😘

Unknown said...

Se me dificulta las abreviaturas no las comprendo.muchas gracias

Jenn said...

Here's a wonderful website for help with abbreviations and reading patterns:


Also, here is a Crochet Terms Chart with conversions to Spanish:


Hope this is helpful,

Jenn :D

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